Caffeine – TV News – July 3rd Edition

Happy belated Canada Day to our Canadian readers and early Independence Day to our U.S. readers! As usual, this holiday week was fairly quiet for TV news, but we’ve got some premiere dates, casting, and more!

Premiere dates:
August 23rd: Halt and Catch Fire
September 6th: Queen Sugar
September 20th: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
September 21st: The Goldbergs, Speechless, Modern Family, black-ish, Designated Survivor
September 22nd: Grey’s Anatomy, Notorious, How to Get Away with Murder
September 23rd: Last Man Standing, Dr. Ken
September 25th: Once Upon a Time, Secrets & Lies, Quantico
October 3rd: Conviction
October 11th: The Middle, American Housewife, Fresh Off the Boat, The Real O’Neals

Renewed: Hap and Leonard, Baby Daddy, Preacher, 12 Monkeys

Superstore will get a special post-Olympics episode on August 19th.

Connie Britton, Hayden Panettiere, and others are set to return for the new Nashville season on CMT.

Ordered to series:
Netflix: A Lost in Space remake

Pilot orders:
USA Network: 1930s saga Damnation

In development:
MTV: Music workplace comedy The Hippo
Paulist Productions: A limited series based on true crime book The Innocence of Joan Little

CBS comedy pilots Furst Born and My Time/Your Time are not quite dead.

Same with Cruel Intentions at NBC.

Promoted to series regular:
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce: Retta
Midnight, Texas: Jason Lewis

Guest stars:
Arrow: Cody Rhodes
Roadies: Matt Passmore
Shooter: William Fichtner

American Crime: Felicity Huffman
American Horror Story: Cheyenne Jackson

Alias Grace: Sarah Gadon
American Gothic: Bethany Joy Lenz
Arrow: Tyler Ritter, Carly Pope
Brockmire: Tyrel Jackson Williams
Carters Get Rich: James Van Der Beek
Code Black: Noah Gray-Cabey, Emily Tyra, Nafessa Williams
Dimension 404: Megan Mullally, Constance Wu
First Wives Club: Vanessa Lachey
The Flash: Tom Felton
Girlboss: Ellie Reed
Guerrilla: Freida Pinto
Ray Donovan: Tara Buck
Roadside Picnic: Matthew Goode
The Royals: Jules Knight
Shameless: Tate Ellington
Younger: Noah Robbins, India de Beaufort

(Image courtesy of AMC.)

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