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TCA 2016

Rainn Wilson, Greg Nicotero, Chris Hardwick Developing Scripted Dramas for AMC

The cable network has put seven scripted projects in development and is looking to Jason Blum to develop an unscripted horror anthology.

28 TV Network Chiefs on Dream Casting, the Reboot Craze and What Happens Under President Trump

Top executives reveal their candid thoughts on everything from Peak TV ("When some network decides to reboot 'Cop Rock'") to the value of awards ("I like a good afterparty").

THR TV Critics Debate: The Highs, Lows and Dumpster Fires of TCA Summer Press Tour 2016

From John Landgraf's wonky stats to the CBS diversity debacle, worrying over 'The Man in the High Castle' to cautious optimism about broadcast offerings, THR's TV critics recap a busy 16 days.

TCA Summer Press Tour Day 16 Quotes: ‘Arrow’ Flashbacks and Quinn’s ‘Homeland’ Status

Plus, how much of David Lynch's 'Twin Peaks' reboot have Showtime execs seen?

‘Homeland’ Creator Says New President is Parts Trump and Clinton, Answers Quinn Question

Alex Gansa also notes that, should they be able to, he'd like to see the final season film in Israel.

Frankie Shaw to Adapt Short Film ‘SMILF’ as Showtime Comedy Pilot

The 'Office' duo of Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky will exec produce the ABC Studios pilot starring the 'Mr. Robot' favorite alongside Michael London.

Showtime Renews ‘Ray Donovan’ for Season 5

Production on the 12-episode season is set to begin next year.

‘No Tomorrow’ Team Talks Pre-Apocalyptic Comedy: “We Have a Plan”

The series centers on a woman who meets a free-spirited man who thinks the end of the world is nigh.

TCA Summer Press Tour Day 15 Quotes: Joel McHale’s House, ‘MacGruber’ Influences ‘MacGyver’ and Crickets

Plus, CBS' diversity justification blunder, Kevin James' earnestness and more.

CBS All Access’ ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ to Be Captained By a Woman, Feature Gay Character

The reboot will be putting a new spin on Captain Kirk with the central character played by a woman.

Kevin James’ CBS Sitcom ‘Kevin Can Wait’ Plays “Familiar Notes” From ‘King of Queens’

However, the actor stressed that his new multicamera half-hour is "its own thing" as he plays a father on TV for the first time.