A new “Jack Ryan” series, starring John Krasinski, has landed a series greenlight at Amazon with a 10-episode order, Variety has learned.
True Blood alumna Anna Paquin is set to star opposite Sarah Gadon in Alias Grace, a six-hour miniseries on Netflix and the CBC.
Another San Diego Comic-Con came to an end this Sunday and it came with so much TV news and trailers. It seemed like TV was really the star of the con and for the first time overtook film at the big event. There were first looks at highly anticipated new series, teasers for upcoming seasons and news on some of our favorite long running series. Take a look at all the trailers and enjoy.
Legion – FX
FX’s series Legion is a new X-Men series from Marvel that had its coming out party at Comic-Com this weekend with the release of its first trailer. The series is an origin story of David Haller, who comic book fans know as the mutant Legion. The series will premiere some time in 2017.
Teen Wolf will end with a final Season 6 after 100 episodes; watch the new trailer for the last season, which debuted at Comic-Con.
Love Taye Diggs. Hope his presence elevates some of these struggle performances on the show. I also hope they don’t over do the guest stars this season.
Supergirl will touch down on her new home sooner than planned, now that The CW has announced its plan to encore every episode from Season 1
Hulu has renewed Casual for a third season. The streaming network’s original series starring Michaela Watkins (Trophy Wife, Enlightened) and Tommy Dewey (The Mindy Project, Code Black) just started releasing episodes for its second season. The show was a surprise for me as I didn’t expect much from it but it’s a pretty good series that’s well done and I’m slightly obsessed with Michaela so I can only say good things about her and the show.
Big numbers for Greenleaf. The premiere was the number two cable original of the night behind the season premiere of OWN’s The Haves And Have Nots. It’s also the second highest premiere on the year behind FX’s American Crime. This just shows that if you build it, they will come. All these networks that are gun shy about having diverse people in front and behind the camera need to wake up because there is an audience hungry for it.
Archer has been renewed for three more seasons, FX announced today. That will bring the animated spy now P.I. series to 10 seasons by around 2019.