Caffeine – TV News – March 31st Edition

We’ve got spring premiere dates as well as a nice assortment of other TV news this week!

Premiere dates:

April 26th: Chambers

May 6th: State of the Union
May 10th: Easy
May 21st: Blood & Treasure
May 23rd: Elementary, Vida
May 28th: Animal Kingdom
May 31st: Swamp Thing

June 2nd: NOS4A2, Fear the Walking Dead
June 5th: grown-ish
June 16th: Instinct
June 18th: Good Trouble

July 11th: Siren

Finale dates:

April 25th: Gotham, The Orville

May 6th: The Resident, Shadowhunters
May 8th: Empire, Star
May 10th: Last Man Standing, The Cool Kids, Proven Innocent
May 13th: 9-1-1


Law & Order: SVU, Marvel’s Runaways, 9-1-1, The Resident, Better Things, Burden of Truth, The Order


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Other headlines:

The Shadowhunters finale will be two and a half hours long.

Apple has released new titles and information for some of its upcoming shows.

Craig Shapiro and Elizabeth Kruger are taking over as Charmed showrunners.

Michael Cudlitz is directing an episode of The Walking Dead in season ten.

Lou Diamond Phillips will direct an episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Chris Harris will EP/showrun comedy pilot Our House.

Pilot directors:

The Unicorn: John Hamburg

Ordered to series:

A&E Networks International: Historical crime drama Miss Scarlet and the Duke
Netflix: Turkish supernatural drama The Gift
Netflix/Channel 4: Mae Martin semi-autobiographical comedy Mae & George

In development:

Amazon: Octavia Butler adaptation Wild Seed
HBO: Fantasy comics adaptation Asunda
History: Sylvester Stallone period cop drama The Tenderloin
Lifetime: Miniseries Salt-N-Pepa
Paramount TV: A Sex and the City followup
Red Planet Pictures: Real estate nightmare adaptation Our House
ShinAwiL: Contemporary crime drama Kill, 1919-set aviation drama Flying Blind, paranormal tween drama Tara and the Humanimals

Leaving their shows:

Arrow: Emily Bett Rickards
The Blacklist: Mozhan Marnò
Law & Order: SVU: Philip Winchester

Promoted to series regular:

grown-ish: Diggy Simmons

Guest stars:

Law & Order: SVU: Orlando Jones, Snoop Dogg, Amber Stevens West, L. Scott Caldwell
NCIS: Los Angeles: David James Elliott


Animal Kingdom: Vinny Chhibber
Courthouse: Lindsay Mendez, Ruthie Ann Miles
Deputy: Mark Moses
The Emperor of Malibu: Max Willems, Taylor Louderman
From Riches: Izzy Diaz
Game of Thrones prequel: Marquis Rodriguez, John Simm, Richard McCabe, John Heffernan, Dixie Egerickx
God Friended Me: Derek Luke
Homeland: Hugh Dancy
Interrogation: Pat Healy, Melinda McGraw, Michael Harney
Katy Keene: Zane Holtz, Katherine LaNasa
The Many Saints of Newark: Michela De Rossi
Motherland: Fort Salem: Ashley Nicole Williams (replacing Kelcey Mawema)
Our House: Nancy Lenehan, Phil Hendrie
El Presidente: Karla Souza
Snowpiercer: Rowan Blanchard
Station 19: Birgundi Baker
Strange Angel: Marquise C. Brown
Super Simple Love Story: Ronny Chieng, Susan Wokoma
To Whom It May Concern: Adhir Kalyan (replacing Raymond Ablack)
Triangle: Lorenzo Richelmy
The Undoing: Edgar Ramirez, Lily Rabe, Ismael Cruz Cordova, Matilda De Angelis
The Unicorn: Rob Corddry, Michaela Watkins, Omar Benson Miller, Maya Lynne Robinson, Ruby Jay
Utopia: Javon “Wanna” Walton
Village Gazette: Tommy Dewey
Why Women Kill: Leo Howard, Alicia Coppola
Wu-Tang: An American Saga: Anthony Chisholm, Armen Garo, Caleb Castille
You: Charlie Barnett
Untitled ABC Hannah Simone comedy pilot: Art Malik
Untitled FOX fertility doctor drama pilot: Victoria Cartagena

(Image courtesy of CBS.)

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