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'Abby's' Star Natalie Morales: 'TV Hasn't Represented Many People for a Long Time'

Mar 28, 2019, Thursday 06:32 PM

Natalie Morales is known for scene stealing work on television series such as “The Middleman,” “Parks and Recreation,” “The Grinder” and “Santa Clarita Diet” but now she is stepping into the spotlight as the lead and titular character on new NBC sitcom “Abby’s.” What does being the lead of a show in today’s television landscape mean to you? I have this great opportunity... more

Paramount TV and Anonymous Content Sign Dana Fox to Overall Deal

Mar 28, 2019, Thursday 06:31 PM

Writer and showrunner Dana Fox has signed a multi-year overall development deal with Paramount Television and Anonymous Content, Variety has learned.  Fox currently serves as co-creator, showrunner and executive producer on the Paramount Television and Anonymous Content co-production “Home Before Dark... more

'Euphoria' Teaser: Zendaya and Drake Team Up to Find That Elusive Feeling

Mar 28, 2019, Thursday 06:31 PM

Get ready to feel the “Euphoria.” Drake and Future the Prince’s upcoming teen drama starring singer and actress Zendaya (lately of “The OA” and “The Greatest Showman”) will be coming to HBO later this year. If a teaser the network released on Thursday is any indication, it’s going to be quite a trippy ride. Set to the song “Hex” by Ark Patrol, the teaser gives a hint of some of the fun — and trouble ... more

"Killing Eve" & "A Very English Scandal" Dominate BAFTA TV Nominations

Mar 28, 2019, Thursday 02:30 AM

The BBC America drama and the BBC/Amazon co-pro have scored the most nominations for the event, which takes place at the Royal Festival Hall on Sunday 12 May. Killing Eve has scored 14 nominations for the TV awards and the TV craft awards, which takes place on Sunday 28 April at The Brewery, London, while A Very English Scandal has picked up 12 nominations. Patrick Melrose has secured six nominations across the two events, while Bodyg... more

What to watch tonight - Thursday, Mar 28, 2019 - Grey's Anatomy, Legacies, The Other Two, Station 19

Mar 28, 2019, Thursday 12:00 AM

What to watch on Thursday, Mar 28, 2019 8:00pm ... more

Perfectionists Offers Surprise Update: Which Pretty Little Liars Got Married?

Mar 27, 2019, Wednesday 10:32 PM

Wednesday’s episode of Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists unearthed a handful of dirty secrets, but the two biggest reveals were saved for the end of the hour… and had nothing to do with the show’s ongoing murder mystery. Mona ended the episode by catching up with her old frenemy Hanna Marin. (Or is it Hanna Rivers now?) “How’s Caleb?” Mon... more

'Jane The Virgin' Boss Breaks Down Michael's Return in Final Season Premiere

Mar 27, 2019, Wednesday 10:32 PM

It took five seasons but the CW’s take on a telenovela finally delivered one of the biggest genre tropes: amnesia. Picking up immediately from where the third season left off, Jane (Gina Rodriguez) was confronted by the fact that Michael (Brett Dier) was actually alive, after Rose (Bridget Regan) faked his dead, burned off his fingerprints and put him through electroshock therapy of his hippocampus and temporal lobe so that he would forget who he was. ... more

'Happy!' Season 2 Review: Syfy's Demented But Charming Black Comedy Takes on Easter

Mar 27, 2019, Wednesday 10:32 PM

There are a ton of shows out there right now, but it’s safe to say that “Happy!” is, by far, the very best one about an ex-cop-turned-hitman and his imaginary best friend. Christopher Meloni’s violent hero and a CGI blue unicorn/pegasus voiced by Patton Oswalt are just trying to get by in a dark, twisted New York City, but that’s not the only reason that the Syfy original series stands out. It’s got seasonal edge to spare, and a good hea... more

TV Review: 'The Twilight Zone'

Mar 27, 2019, Wednesday 10:32 PM

TV has been trying to recapture the magic of “The Twilight Zone” for decades. Since it went off the air for the first time in 1964, the CBS anthology series that merged horror with humanity has been revived twice — in the 1980s and in the early 2000s. Lately, the series’ formula, pasting genre tropes over a rigorous and somewhat didactic moral position, has been adapted by “Black Mirror,” the Netflix series whose vision of a technology-a... more

Freeform Sets Good Trouble Season 2 Premiere, grown-ish and Siren Returns

Mar 27, 2019, Wednesday 06:32 PM

Freeform will get into more Good Trouble this summer: Season 2 of the Fosters spinoff will premiere on Tuesday, June 18 at 8/7c, it was announced Wednesday at the Second Annual Freeform Summit. Good Trouble, which stars Maia Mitchell and Cierra Ramirez as Fosters siblings Callie and Mariana, wraps up its freshman run next Tuesday, April 2 at 8 pm. In other scheduling news, the black-ish offshoot grown-ish... more

History Developing 'Tenderloin' Drama With Sylvester Stallone

Mar 27, 2019, Wednesday 06:32 PM

History has teamed with Sylvester Stallone to develop “Tenderloin,” a police drama set in New York in the early 1900s. Stallone is set to executive produce and direct multiple episodes of the series through his Balboa Productions and A+E Studios. “Sons of Anarchy” alum Stephen Kay is penning the pilot. “Tenderloin” was part of a number of projects History ... more

'Veep' Boss on How the Changing World of Politics Influenced Its Final Season

Mar 27, 2019, Wednesday 02:31 PM

Both the worlds of television and the world of politics have changed a lot in the two years since “Veep” was last airing on HBO. For its seventh and final season, showrunner David Mandel says he wanted to take advantage of that change in politics to inform the storytelling. “If you look back at the previous six seasons, so much of the show was, ‘Oh my God, this is what a politician is like behind cl... more

Sex and the City 'Sequel' Series In the Works at Paramount Television

Mar 27, 2019, Wednesday 02:31 PM

Slip on your priciest pair of shoes and order yourself a cosmopolitan, because Sex and the City is making a comeback — of sorts. A follow-up to HBO’s romantic dramedy is in the works at Paramount Television. Per our sister site Deadline, Paramount and production company Anonymous Content have acquired the rights to Is There Still Sex in the City?, an upcoming novel from Candace Bus... more

"Game of Thrones" Prequel Adds Five More Series Regulars

Mar 27, 2019, Wednesday 02:31 PM

Marquis Rodriquez, John Simm, Richard McCabe, John Heffernan, and Dixie Egerickx have all been cast in series regular roles. As with all things “Game of Thrones,” the exact nature of the characters each will be playing is being kept under tight wraps. Rodriguez will next be seen starring in the Netflix miniseries “When They See Us” from director Ava DuVernay, which is based on the true st... more

'Animal Kingdom' Season 4 Trailer & Premiere Date: It's A Crime-Family Affair

Mar 27, 2019, Wednesday 02:31 PM

TNT is returning to the scene of the crimes. The WarnerMedia-owned network has set a May 28 premiere date for Season 4 of its flagship drama Animal Kingdom and unveiled the first trailer. There’s no shortage of goings-on in the ever-crooked Cody clan. Here is the Season 4 logline: Smurf (Ellen Barkin) is back on top and reminding her boys who’s boss no matter whom she hurts in the process. Trapped with Smurf and becoming increasingly unhin... more