It was a relatively light week for TV news because of the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S., but let’s see what we’ve got!
January 2nd: LA to Vegas
January 9th: The Haves and the Have Nots
January 10th: The Magicians, If Loving You Is Wrong
January 12th: Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams
January 16th: The Paynes
January 21st: The Resident (special debut)
January 22nd: The Resident (regular timeslot)
BET is no longer planning a second season of The Breaks.
Jeffrey Tambor has left Transparent because of sexual harassment allegations.
Law & Order: SVU will be doing a Harvey Weinstein episode.
Marja-Lewis Ryan will showrun the L Word revival.
Carl Franklin will direct two episodes of One Day She’ll Darken.
Ordered to series:
Acquired for North America:
ABC: Soapy drama Grand Hotel from Eva Longoria
Dynamic Television: Sci-fi adaptation Stryx
E!: Fashion drama Juicy Stories
NBC: Legal drama J.S.I.D., space alien comedy American Alien
Propagate Content: An adaptation of ripped-from-the-headlines thriller Poison
TNT: Multigenerational sports mothers drama East of Jingletown
Blue Book: Michael Harney, Ksenia Solo
Chicago Med: Arden Cho
City on a Hill: Mark O’Brien
Designated Survivor: Breckin Meyer
Dynasty: Hakeem Kae-Kazim
The Little Drummer Girl: Alexander Skarsgard
Miracle Workers: Sasha Compere
One Day She’ll Darken: Connie Nielsen
Quantico: Alan Powell
Scorpion: Shantel VanSanten
Timeless: Michael Rady
Too Old to Die Young: Billy Baldwin
(Image courtesy of Fox.)