Caffeine – TV News – July 2nd Edition

Caffeine – TV News – July 2nd Edition

Happy Canada Day and/or Independence Day weekend! Let’s catch up on the week’s TV news and get you back out to your celebrations.

Premiere dates:

July 31st: Breeders

August 23rd: Invasion
August 29th: A Murder at the End of the World

September 13th: The Morning Show

October 15th: World on Fire




Reservation Dogs (after the upcoming third season), Breeders (after the upcoming fourth season), The Other Two, Single Drunk Female, The Watchful Eye, High Desert

Other headlines:

Home Economics is still on the bubble, but ABC has extended the cast’s options.

Dan Trachtenberg will direct an episode of the final season of Stranger Things.

Anna Foerster will direct multiple episodes of Dune: The Sisterhood.

Ordered to series:

Amazon Prime: Undead bounty hunter action series The Bondsman starring Kevin Bacon
BBC: An adaptation of Enid Blyton’s Famous Five stories
Disney+: A thriller based on Alex Dahl’s novel Playdate
Paramount+: British thriller The Serial Killer’s Wife
Yes TV: Spy thriller Maggiore based on recent events

In development:

UCP: An adaptation of Caroline O’Donoghue’s novel The Rachel Incident

Not moving forward:

Showtime: Gattaca, Seasoned, Split, Sweetness


The Abandons: Gillian Anderson
All Creatures Great and Small: Neve McIntosh, James Anthony-Rose, Tony Pitts, Imogen Clawson, Paul Copley; Cleo Sylvestre, James Bolam, Will Thorp, Sam Retford
The Chi: Lynn Whitfield
Dreaming Whilst Black: Jessica Hynes, Akemnji Ndifornyen, Isy Suttie, Peter Serafinowicz, Roger Griffiths, Martina Laird, Jo Martin, Steve Furst, Ovie Soko
Dune: The Sisterhood: Olivia Williams, Jodhi May
The Gentlemen: Max Beesley
Monsters: The Lyle and Erik Menendez Story: Cooper Koch, Nicholas Chavez
Squid Game: Park Gyu-young, Jo Yu-ri, Kang Ae-sim, Lee David, Lee Jin-uk, Choi Seung-hyun, Roh Jae-won, Won Ji-an

(Image courtesy of Apple.)

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