Caffeine – TV News – March 29th Edition

Caffeine – TV News – March 29th Edition

This week’s TV news, like virtually everything else in the world, is pretty coronavirus-centric. But before we get there, how are you all doing? What are you bingeing to get through this? Personally, I caught up on Nancy Drew and now I’m finally watching Miss Fisher.

As we said last week, virtually all TV production has ceased, and we’re just starting to see how that will shake out as far as scheduling. Here are some show-specific updates:

FBI: Season ending March 31st
The Flash: Season will be pausing in mid-May
Grey’s Anatomy: Season ending April 9th
Law & Order: SVU: Season 21 shortened, with two “prominent” returns not happening
Legacies: Now on hiatus until an unspecified date
New Amsterdam: Season ending April 14th; they’ve also pulled a pandemic episode
The Resident: Season ending April 7th
Supernatural: Going on hiatus until an unspecified time
The Undoing: Pushed to fall
The Walking Dead: Season ten finale delayed

Premiere dates:

April 12th: Killing Eve (new date)
April 16th: In the Dark (new date)

May 17th: Hightown
May 19th: Stargirl (new date)



Other headlines:

Will & Grace‘s series finale is set for April 23rd.

Ordered to series:

AMC: Musical anthology family drama National Anthem

In development:

Blonde Mamba/Mad Rabbit: An adaptation of queer fashion industry novel An Innocent Fashion
Federation Entertainment: Laila Marrakchi Casablanca-set comedy/drama Casa Girls

Guest stars:

FBI: Tracy Spiridakos
Genius: Aretha: Ethan Henry


How to Get Away with Murder: Cicely Tyson


Genius: Aretha: T.I., Antonique Smith, Tina Fears
How to Get Away with Murder: Anne-Marie Johnson
The Mandalorian: Michael Biehn

(Image courtesy of CBS.)

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