Two of the stars of CBS’ hit comedy series, “Big Bang Theory,” will be working together again. Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik are going to be behind the new comedy series “Carla,” which is set to air in the fall of FOX in 2020.
Despite dying in the last Avengers movie, Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr is apparently putting on his suit yet again for the standalone movie Black Widow. The prequel starring Scarlett Johansson is set for a May 2020 release.
Amazon’s billion-dollar budget TV series, “Lord of The Rings,” based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic fantasy novels, will finally start production in New Zealand. The studio announced that its central location will be in Auckland in the coming months.
Kiefer Sutherland has found his next series after the cancellation of “Designated Survivor” on Netflix. The actor will play a legendary detective in the upcoming drama, “The Fugitive,” which will be featured on the mobile-only streaming service Quibi.
Nearly five years after the end of “Sons of Anarchy” on FX, star Charlie Hunnam is back on television. The actor has been recently cast in the Apple TV+ series “Shantaram,” which is based on a novel by Gregory David Roberts.
HBO Max, the upcoming streaming platform from HBO and Warner Media to compete with Netflix, is developing a new limited drama series starring Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o. The show, titled “Americanah” will be adapted on the small screen by actress and showrunner Danai Gurira. It will be based on a novel with the same title written by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
Fans of “A Million Little Things” may be able to watch the opening scene of the second season ahead of its premiere. The show will release a heartbreaking clip that fans will have to unlock on Twitter.
The post-apocalyptic story of “The Stand,” which was written and published by Stephen King in 1978, is getting a TV treatment. CBS All Access will air the program with a cast that includes Whoopi Goldberg, Amber Heard, Alexander Skarsgard and James Marsden.
Amanda Peet (“The Romanoffs”) and Christian Slater (“Mr. Robot”) are going to lead the cast of “Dirty John” season 2. The next installment in this anthology series will be called “Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story.”
The movie treatment of the period drama “Downton Abbey” has finally premiered in London and there could be follow-up according to creator Julian Fellowes. However, the sequel will depend on how the fans are receptive for the film.