Caffeine – TV News – October 4th Edition

Happy Sunday! Still waiting for the fates of the new shows, but the verdict is in on some summer shows. That and more TV news ahead¬†…

Premiere dates:
October 9: The Enfield Haunting
November 13: Unforgettable
December 1: Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, Real Rob

Renewed: Zoo

Cancelled: Graceland, Chasing Life

NBC has ordered nine more scripts for Blindspot.

Esquire will air ITV drama Beowulf in the U.S.

There’s a Strike Back movie in the works.

Ordered to series:
ABC Family: A Nicki Minaj autobiographical comedy
Amazon: A Jack Ryan series
BBC Three: Young adult Doctor Who spinoff Class
Televisa: Spy drama Duality

Pilot orders:
USA Network: Tim Kring supernatural drama The Wilding

In development:
ABC: Car dealership comedy Wheeler Dealer, criminal law/media drama Notorious, Marvel comedy Damage Control
CBS: Liz Feldman comedy Hello Again, Michael Crichton medical drama Genes, sibling comedy The Happy Peppers, a MacGyver remake, a retired athlete comedy from Tina Fey
FOX: A comedic crime drama procedural from Hart Hanson and Gene Hong, a Lethal Weapon series
HBO: A Watchmen series
Lionsgate: A series based on Patrick’s Rothfuss’s Kingkiller Chronicle books
National Geographic: Kevin Bacon WWII miniseries In Harm’s Way
NBC: Men’s group comedy Manhood, post-WWII miniseries The 43
Spike TV: Pandemic drama Nightrise

NBC is not going forward with its 1970s miniseries from Adam Levine.

Guest stars!
The Affair: Cynthia Nixon
black-ish: Amber Rose
Blue Bloods: AJ Buckley
Dr. Ken: Will Yun Lee
Grandfathered: Bob Saget
The Grinder: Carl Edwards, Nathan Fielder

Returns:
Once Upon a Time: David Anders

Casting:
The Deuce: Margarita Levieva, Lawrence Gillard Jr, Dominique Fishback
The Family: Grant Show
Flaked: Christopher Mintz-Plasse
The Flash: Vanessa Williams (the one from Candyman)
The Fosters: Kelli Williams, Rob Morrow
Fuller House: Michael Campion, Elias Harger, Soni Nicole Bringas
Game of Thrones: Robert Aramayo, Joe Naufahu
The Get Down: Zabryna Guevara
Graves: Helene York
Home: Bethany Joy Lenz, Bruce Greenwood, Benito Martinez, Nicole Munoz, Roberta Colindrez
I’m Dying Up Here: Stephen Guarino
Jane the Virgin: Adam Rodriguez
Madiba: Laurence Fishburne
Morning Has Broken: David Schwimmer
Nashville: Scout Taylor-Compton
Orphan Black: Joel Thomas Hynes
The Path: Minka Kelly
Peaky Blinders: Paddy Considine, Dina Korzun, Jan Bijvoet
Powers: Michael Madsen, Enrico Colantoni
Queen of the South: Peter Gadiot
The Ranch: Elisha Cuthbert
Shameless: Kelly Le Brock
Snowfall: Andrea Bogart
SS-GB: Kate Bosworth, Sam Riley
Twin Peaks: Robert Knepper

(Image courtesy of CBS.)

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