Jennifer Lopez's 'Shades of Blue' Renewed at NBC
The heavily time-shifted cop drama will see a second season.
Maggie Q, Natasha McElhone, Kal Penn, Italia Ricci to Co-Star in ABC's Kiefer Sutherland Drama
Kal Penn will also receive consulting credit on straight-to-series drama 'Designated Survivor.'
Netflix Orders Comedy Based on Sophia Amoruso Best-Seller '#Girlboss' to Series
'Pitch Perfect's' Kay Cannon and Charlize Theron will exec produce the fashion series.
Fox Revisiting Saturday Sketch Comedy With Lonely Island's 'Party Over Here'
The series comes from Lonely Island's Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone and actor-comedian Paul Scheer.
Dan Stevens, Aubrey Plaza, Jean Smart to Star in FX's 'X-Men' Take 'Legion'
The 'Downton Abbey,' 'Parks and Recreation' and 'Fargo' alums join previously cast Rachel Keller (also from 'Fargo') in the Noah Hawley drama pilot.
'Gilmore Girls': Matt Czuchry Returning for Revival
'The Good Wife' star appeared on the final three seasons of the family drama as Rory's boyfriend, Logan.
- Lee Daniels On #OscarsSoWhite Controversy: "If You're Doing a Job For an Oscar, You're Doing the Wrong Job"
- Image Awards: Stacey Dash Responds to Anthony Anderson's Jab
- CBS Orders Medical Drama From Ridley Scott
- Mike Minor, Actor on TV's 'Petticoat Junction,' Dies at 75
- 'Animals': TV Review
- H. Read Jackson, Former Fox Sports Net Exec, Dies at 71
CBS Orders Medical Drama From Ridley Scott
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'Vinyl': TV Review
This propulsive new music industry series from HBO rocks hardest when focusing on the music itself, but excels overall thanks to a brilliant Bobby Cannavale performance.
'Grease: Live': TV Review
Director Thomas Kail's ambition will be hard to top for future live TV musicals.
'You, Me and the Apocalypse': TV Review
This NBC comedy starring Megan Mullally and Jenna Fischer is flying under the radar, but is funny enough to warrant seeking out.
'11.22.63': TV Review
If this time-travel thriller from Stephen King and J.J. Abrams works, it's because James Franco goes all-in with his performance as a small-town teacher tasked with stopping the assassination of JFK.
'Animals': TV Review
HBO's little animated project about various animals in New York City lands in a field crowded with other shows that share its comic sensibility.