Here are some new pictures from the first episode of eighth season of The Walking Dead, which tell us exactly nothing:
And here are some generic pictures for the season, mostly of bad ass bitches being bad ass:
The premiere of season 8 will be the 100th episode of The Walking Dead. Here is a celebration of survivors:
Fox hosted their TCA panel yesterday:
Fox is talking about a King of the Hill reboot, no doubt inspired by the political climate. If they were really clever, they’d turn Idiocracy into a series.
Chris Carter has rethought not having any female writers on this season of The X-Files. Good. The X-Files‘ new season will feature only two mythology episodes which, just based on last season’s misfires, is probably for the best, honestly.
The fourth season of Empire is going to feature a Prince tribute. Apparently, he watched the show religiously when he was alive. And now I’m upset about his death ALL OVER AGAIN. Empire promises to bring the focus back to the family this season, and Terrence Howard still sounds like a handful. Meanwhile, Taraji P. Henson should be added to the writing staff. Lee Daniels never saw Star as part of Empire. Oh, OK.
Neither Fox nor Seth MacFarlane are worried that CBS is going to sue The Orville for being too Star Treky. I guess we’ll see. And don’t expect The Orville to be Family Guy in Space; MacFarlane intends to tackle serious topics. OK.
The Passage will undergo reshoots and won’t happen until at least fall 2018.
Fox is also trying to claim that they didn’t want to bring American Idol back because it would have been “fraudulent” and not because American Idol didn’t want them anymore.
Oh, you thought 24 was cancelled? It’s not cancelled.
Oh, you thought Wayward Pines was cancelled? It’s not cancelled.
Disney just realized they can start their own streaming service. How this took them so long, I’ll never know.
Ryan Murphy really is doing his part to bring more opportunities for women and minorities behind the camera.
Though The Dark Tower was a disaster in theaters this weekend, a series still has a chance.
Hope you weren’t excited about DeMario being on Dancing with the Stars. (You probably shouldn’t have been, as I’m sure that was just a rumor being spread by his agent.)
Here’s a long interview with David E. Kelley about Mr. Mercedes which debuts tonight. He also suggests that Big Little Lies 2 might be happening. We’ll see.
- Insecure and Ballers have both been renewed by HBO for third seasons.
- Snowfall has been renewed for a second season on FX.
- That How I Met Your Mother spinoff might still have some life in it yet. Also, 20th Century Fox is looking into possible Modern Family and Empire spinoffs. You don’t let a good thing go, guys.
- WGN has bought three new series: 100 Code, which stars Dominic Monaghan; Shoot the Messenger; and Pure.
- Discovery has ordered new reality series Garage Rehab which is exactly what it sounds like.
- Hooray! Atlanta starts filming next month!
- Maya Rudolph is going to be the mom in Fox’s live A Christmas Story.
- Jane Lynch is going to start in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
- Peter Krause will star in Ryan Murphy’s new 9-1-1 series.
- Brad Garrett is joining the cast of Bull.
- Philip Winchester is taking his Chicago Justice character over to Law & Order: SVU.
- Tamberla Perry is joining Bosch; John Hans Tester joins The Man in the High Castle.
- James Carpinello is joining the cast of The Blacklist and Ruffin Prentiss is joining The Arrangement.
- 13 Reasons Why has added Anne Winters, Bryce Cass, Chelsea Alden, Allison Miller, Samantha Logan, Kelli O’Hara and Ben Lawson to the cast.
Mr. Mercedes: This new series is based on a Stephen King novel about a homicide detective who is haunted by his last case, a killer who drives his Mercedes into crowds of people. Series premiere. Audience
The Story of Diana: In markets that aren’t Houston, ABC will air this two-part look into Princess Diana as we near the 20th anniversary of her death. In markets that are Houston, you get a Texans pre-season game. 8 p.m., ABC
The Carmichael Show: Jerrod and Maxine have a disagreement about money in the series finale. 9:30 p.m., NBC
Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Brie Larson, Marlon Wayans, Brett Eldredge Late Night with Seth Meyers: Colin Jost, Michael Che, Brian Knappenberger, Venzella Joy The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Robert Pattinson, David Tennant, Niecy Nash The Late Late Show with James Corden: Elizabeth Olsen, Maya Rudolph, James Blunt Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jim Parsons, Damson Idris, the War on Drugs Conan: Wesley Snipes, Louie Anderson Watch What Happens Live: Billy Eichner, Bridget Everett
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