Looks like Arrested Development season five is about to start filming if Jason Bateman’s tweet is any indication:
Also not going away anytime soon: American Gods. THANK GODS.
It looks like American Crime Story: Katrina is on indefinite hold. It was supposed to film at the same time as Versace, but then Ryan Murphy got distracted or something. Related: How bad do you suppose Murphy’s ADD is?
Jensen Ackles has a very sad ending in mind for Supernatural.
You’re going to be shocked by this, but the folks over at Transparent don’t like Donald Trump’s military transgender ban very much.
The Trump victory messed up The Girlfriend Experience. This is not very surprising.
You’d think that Donald Trump would make late night writers’ lives easier. He has not.
Katy Perry is going to host the VMAs which are still happening.
Speaking of Star Trek, here’s something I bet you didn’t know.
All of TV, Please Cast Niecy Nash in Everything. There. Your headline, I fixed it for you.
TBS is going to do a light binge of Search Party when it returns November 19.
So what’s happening over on CBS’s Zoo? OK. Carry on.
- UnREAL has been renewed for a fourth season, and Mary Kills People has gets a second season on Lifetime.
- Harlots has been renewed for a second season on Hulu.
- Hallmark has renewed The Good Witch for a fourth season.
- Netflix ordered a second season of Castlevania.
- Stephen Colbert’s animated Trump is getting his own series on Showtime.
- MTV is bringing TRL back, you guys. True story: I worked across the street from MTV back in the heyday of TRL, and you could hear the teens screaming from 23 stories up.
- Devil’s Bargain, that book about Steve Bannon and Donald Trump, is being turned into a series.
- Starz has picked up Stephenie Meyer’s The Rook.
- ABC is developing a Bollywood comedy.
- AMC has given Dietland a straight-to-series order.
- AMC bought a bunch of projects, including one from Rainn Wilson about an alien, a horror anthology series from a Walking Dead producer, and a dark pop-culture series from Chris Hardwick.
- IFC is developing 11 new comedies, including How to Rig an Election and NGO.
- Lifetime is going to make a Simone Biles biopic.
- I Am Elizabeth Smart will air on Lifetime.
- Hulu has greenlit a Barbie documentary.
- Sundance ordered Back, a dark comedy from a Veep producer.
- PBS is launching The Great American Read in an effort to find America’s favorite book. Y’all are adorable.
- Sundance has picked up Unspeakable, a miniseries about a tainted blood supply. And Top of the Lake is returning on September 10.
- HBO has picked up All Def Comedy from Russell Simmons.
- Van Jones is working on a political drama.
- At Home with Amy Sedaris will debut on truTV on October 24.
- PBS has greenlit Luna Around the World, a new animated children’s series.
- Romper Stomper is being turned into a series down in Australia.
- Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston are going to co-star in a series about a morning talk show, YES PLEASE.
- Maria Bello is going to join the cast of NCIS.
- Toni Braxton is going to star in Faith Under Fire, a Lifetime movie.
- Michael Emerson is going to recur in Mozart in the Jungle.
- Mark Moses is your new Gil Garcetti in Law and Order: True Crime.
- Garcelle Beauvais is joining The Arrangement.
- Aaron Taylor-Johnson is going to star in the Netflix movie Outlaw King.
- Kelly Stables has joined the cast of Superstore.
- Mark Povinelli and Helena Mattsson are joining the cast of My Dinner with Hervé which feels like it has been casting for years now.
- Dhafer L’Abidine is joining The Looming Tower.
- Usman Ally is joining the cast of Suits.
- Desmond Harrington is joining the cast of Elementary.
Sam Shepard, actor
Patti Deutsch, actress on Laugh-In and Match Game
Jeanne Moreau, actress
The Bachelorette: The rejected men are back to whine about being rejected. 7 p.m., ABC
CBSN: On Assignment: CBS’s new news magazine explores ISIS, and Japanese robots in its premiere episode. Series premiere. 9 p.m., CBS
So You Think You Can Dance: The top 10 are announced. 7 p.m., Fox
Planet of the Sharks: Kinda like Planet of the Apes, but, you know, with sharks. 11 p.m., Syfy
Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Idris Elba, Ali Wentworth, Tame Impala Late Night with Seth Meyers: Molly Shannon, Matthew Rhys, Bleachers The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Matthew McConaughey, Vanessa Bayer The Late Late Show with James Corden: Chris Bosh, Mark Duplass, Jay Duplass Jimmy Kimmel Live: Channing Tatum, Elisabeth Moss, the Killers The Daily Show: Kathryn Bigelow Watch What Happens Live: Molly Shannon, Shannon Beador
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|FOX||So You Think You Can Dance
|NBC||American Ninja Warrior