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‘Rebel,’ ‘Clarice’ and More of the Biggest Surprises From the Broadcast Networks

The bulk of the renewals, cancellations and new series pickups are in, and the five broadcast networks largely played it safe by greenlighting what you’d expect them to: extensions of well-known and easily sold franchises and reboots of their own IP. That said, there were still some surprises. Here are the six biggest ones. ABC […]

‘Clarice,’ ‘SEAL Team’ Eye Move to Paramount+ From CBS

Should SEAL Team and Clarice make it to the 2021-22 season, it may not be on CBS — at least not entirely. Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that the two dramas, produced by CBS Studios (MGM also produces Clarice), are in discussions to move to Paramount+ next season. The ViacomCBS streaming service is continuing to […]

Critics’ Conversation: ‘It’s a Sin,’ Omar Sy and Other Winter TV Wonders (and Blunders)

THR’s TV critics break down a sleepy small-screen season that still offered treasures — including Omar Sy, Fran Lebowitz, 'It's a Sin,' 'The Lady and the Dale' and 'The Great North' — for those willing to seek them out.

Jenny Lumet on ‘Man Who Fell to Earth,’ Telling Lena Horne’s Story and Why She Hates Directing

The 'Clarice' co-creator opened up in a wide-ranging interview with THR's 'TV's Top 5' podcast about finding a kindred spirit in Clarice Starling.

TV Ratings: ‘Clarice’ Has Decent Start for CBS

MSNBC and CNN again lead coverage of the second impeachment trial of former President Trump.

‘TV’s Top 5′: How a #MeToo Experience Led Jenny Lumet to CBS’ ‘Clarice’

During this week's podcast, hosts Daniel Fienberg and Lesley Goldberg are joined by Heat Vision editor Aaron Couch to explore what's next for embattled producer Joss Whedon and actress Gina Carano.

‘Clarice’: TV Review

Clarice Starling gets a solo series spotlight on CBS in Alex Kurtzman and Jenny Lumet's one-year-later sequel to Jonathan Demme's 'The Silence of the Lambs.'