“Fresh Off the Boat,” the lone long-running and groundbreaking Asian series in Hollywood, is ending after six seasons on ABC. The network has announced that the show will air its hour-long series finale on Friday, Feb. 21, 2020.
Marvel is getting a third “Ant-Man” film. Star Paul Rudd and director Petyon Reed have confirmed they will be back for the movie and even Michael Douglas is set to reprise his role as Hank Pym.
James Dean is going to be starring in a new Vietnam War movie 64 years after his death. The screen icon and star of “Rebel Without a Cause” is going to be featured via CGI in “Finding Jack,” which will cover the story of 10,000 abandoned military dogs following the war.
Shonda Rhimes, the creator of the long-running medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy,” snagged a lucrative deal with Netflix and will soon start filming the limited series “Inventing Anna.” The show’s main cast has been recently confirmed with David Frankel helming the first two episodes.
While it has yet to be released on Dec. 20, “The Witcher” showrunner Lauren Hissrich plans for the upcoming Netflix fantasy series to be going for seven seasons. Starring Henry Cavill, as the monster hunter Geralt of Rivia, “The Witcher” is a fantasy series based on popular novels by Andrzej Sapkowski, which has also been turned into a successful video game.
“Joker” starring Joaquin Phoenix was planned as a one-off movie. It’s star, however, thinks there’s still a story to be explored from his character, Arthur Fleck, who is also known as Batman’s nemesis in the DC Comics world.
“Jack Ryan” season 2 was supposed to arrive on the Amazon streaming platform on Nov 1. However, star John Krasinski announced on his social media pages that viewers may already watch a full new season on Halloween night, Oct. 31.
“Pennyworth” has gotten a second season renewal from Epix. The Batman spinoff series, which focuses on the life of butler, Alfred Pennyworth, will begin filming season 2 in the U.K. in January 2020.
HBO has decided to drop the spinoff to “Game of Thrones” which stars Naomi Watts. The cable channel is no longer putting the project up after screening the pilot episode last summer.
The CW is developing another superhero series with Greg Berlanti, the creator of the Arrow-verse. “Superman & Lois” will star Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch, who have been playing the characters, Superman/Clark Kent and Lois Lane, in “Supergirl” and the rest of the franchise’s crossover episodes for the last couple of years.