The big TV news of the week is certainly the networks’ new fall schedules – and we have them all rounded up for you network by network. Click through for NBC, FOX, ABC, CBS, and the CW. And now let’s see what else is going on …
The Suits spinoff starring Gina Torres is now called Second City.
The new Arrested Development season will be split in half.
NCIS: New Orleans showrunner Brad Kern is out after sexual misconduct allegations and will be replaced by Chris Silber.
The next Arrowverse crossover will introduce Batwoman.
The Spanish Princess has set an all-female director lineup.
Co-showrunner Whitney Cummings is leaving Roseanne.
Jon Collier will showrun the new CW show In the Dark.
Hulu has picked up German drama Bad Banks for the U.S.
Ordered to series:
Amazon Studios: Nazi hunting series The Hunt from Jordan Peele
Channel 4: Sharon Horgan comedy Happy AF
DC Universe: A live-action Doom Patrol series from Greg Berlanti and Jeremy Carver
Epix: Batman universe series Pennyworth
Freeform: Pretty Little Liars spinoff The Perfectionists, Kenya Barris comedy Besties
Hulu: True crime anthology The Act
Netflix: Horror anthology Guillermo Del Toro Presents 10 After Midnight
Showtime: Kevin Bacon crime drama City on a Hill
Leaving their shows:
Promoted to series regular:
Dynasty: Nicolette Sheridan
9-1-1: Jennifer Love Hewitt
Blood & Treasure: Sofia Pernas
The Boys: Elizabeth Shue
Lethal Weaspon: Seann William Scott (replacing Clayne Crawford)
Narcos: Tenoch Huerta, Joaquin Cosio, Jose Maria Yazpik, Teresa Ruiz, Alyssa Diaz
The Neighborhood: Max Greenfield (replacing Josh Lawson)
Search and Destroy: Brad Morris, Leah Harvey, Jessica Hecht, Imogen Tear
Sex Education: Gillian Anderson, Asa Butterfield
The Spanish Princess: Charlotte Hope, Angus Imrie, Stephanie Levi-John, Georgie Henley, Harriet Walter, Laura Carmichael, Ruairi O’Connor, Elliot Cowan, Alexandra Moen, Philip Cumbus, Nadia Parkes, Aaron Cobham, Alan McKenna, Richard Pepper, Olly Rix, Jodan Renzo, Daniel Cerqueira, Alicia Borrachero
Summer of Rockets: Toby Stephens, Keeley Hawes, Linus Roache, Timothy Spall
The Tick: John Hodgman
(Image courtesy of ABC.)