Caffeine – TV News – November 29th Edition

Happy Sunday, and happy Thanksgiving weekend, U.S. readers! It was a slow holiday TV news week, but we’ve got some winter premiere dates and more.

Premiere dates:
January 21st: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The 100
January 25th: The Fosters, Recovery Road
February 3rd: Young & Hungry, Baby Daddy

The Vampire Diaries and The Originals will move to Fridays as of January 29th.

Renewed: Fargo, Girl Meets World

The CW has given five more episodes to Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and six to iZombie.

Matthew Weiner will direct an episode of Orange Is the New Black.

Pilot orders:
Comedy Central: Workplace comedy Corporate

In development:
ABC: Groundhog Day-esque comedy Laid Off
Archery Pictures: Thriller novel adaptation Rattle, Cote d’Azur family crime drama Riviera
CBS: 1970s African-American Boston police drama Soul Patrol
HBO: An adaptation of Israeli comedic thriller Nevelot
NBC: College sex scandal drama Fated
Our TV: Riddick universe series Merc City
Universal Cable Productions: A Tremors reboot starring Kevin Bacon

Guest stars!
Arrow: Tom Amandes
Grandfathered: Drake Bell
My So-Called Wife: Brian Benben, Katherine LaNasa, Adam Korson, Mark Harelik, Megan Park
True Manuscript: James Le Gros, Chris Butler, Chelsea Zhang
Younger: Matthew Morrison

Teen Wolf: Michael Hogan

Code Black: Ellia English
Greenleaf: Terri J. Vaughn
The Last Tycoon: Matt Bomer
Luke Cage: Sonia Braga
My So-Called Wife: Inbar Lavi, Rob Heaps, Parker Young, Stephen Bishop
Quantico: Lenny Platt, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Li Jun Li
Taboo: Michael Kelly, Jonathan Pryce, Oona Chaplin, David Hayman, Jessie Buckley, Ashley Walters, Jefferson Hall, Ed Hogg, Leo Bill, Christopher Fairbank, Richard Dixon, Jason Watkins, Nicholas Woodeson
True Manuscript: Olivia Grant, Jaime Ray Newman, Stephen Friedrich, James Ransome, Ana Coto

(Image courtesy of the CW.)

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