Caffeine – TV News – November 27th Edition

It’s been a quiet holiday week for TV news, but we’ve got a few more winter premiere dates and other bits and pieces to catch up on!

Premiere dates:

January 1st: Kaleidoscope
January 5th: Copenhagen Cowboy
January 6th: BMF
January 12th: Vikings: Valhalla

February 9th: YOU (new date)

Other headlines:

Nzingha Stewart will direct the first two episodes of James Patterson series Cross.

Creator Diane Ademu-John has stepped down as co-showrunner of Dune: The Sisterhood.

Ordered to series:

Amazon: A limited series about the FTX scandal from the Russo brothers
Disney+: Swedish historical mystery To Cook a Bear

In development:

Buccaneer Media/Halcyon Studios: An adaptation of C.J. Tudor’s upcoming post-apocalyptic novel The Drift
CBS: Latinx family workplace comedy Family Insurance, romantic comedy Mixed Signals, crime drama Peculiar, a legal drama
Fremantle: An adaptation of Tess Gunty’s novel The Rabbit Hutch
Made Up Stories: An adaptation of Hayley Krischer’s YA thriller The Falling Girls
Patrick Irwin: Victorian detective drama Fitz & Merryweather


Accused: Keith Carradine, Jason Ritter, Betsy Brandt, Wrenn Schmidt, Bebe Wood, Josh Hamilton, Emma Nelson, Joanne Boland, Brad Austin, James Udom, Anne Bedian, Matthew James Thomas, Evan Gamble, Skywalker Hughes, Lyla Porter-Follows, Skylar Gaertner, Janet Porter, Damon Redfern
Dr. Death: Mandy Moore
Home Economics: Eddie Cibrian, Daniella Pineda
Mayor of Kingstown: Ash Santos
More: Ana Ortiz (replacing Veronica Falcón)
This Town: Michelle Dockery
Tokyo Vice: Takayuki Suzuki

(Image courtesy of Netflix.)

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