Netflix has renewed “Lucifer” for the fifth season. The supernatural drama series starring Tom Ellis as the Devil is expected to wrap up in 2020.
Following a break-out premiere season, Spectrum Originals has greenlit a second season for their debut series, “L.A.’s Finest.
Production has been underway for Netflix’s “The Umbrella Academy” season 2. Graphic novel and series creator Gerald Way has actually posted a video to confirm that work has started on the set.
Famous for playing Harry Potter in the franchise, Daniel Radcliffe will star in the interactive special for “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” on Netflix.
CBS All Access, CBS’ digital subscription video on-demand and live streaming service, today announced Paul Wesley will return to star in season two of its original series TELL ME A STORY.
Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington are starring in a new series on Hulu titled “Little Fires Everywhere.” The show, set for a 2020 debut, is currently filming and a first look photo from the set has been released as a teaser.
Oscar winner Sandra Bullock is venturing into television once again. The “Bird Box” actress is developing a TV show for Amazon Prime that will be loosely based on her college life.
The spy series “Condor” on the Audience Network is returning for a second season. Filming has begun for the series that stars Max Irons as a CIA agent Joe Turner.
Critically acclaimed drama series “Queen Sugar,” from creator and executive producer Ava DuVernay (“When They See Us,” “13th,” “Selma”), has announced the addition of five female directors to the season line-up: Lacey Duke, C. Fitz, Pratibha Parmar, Deborah Kampmeier and Stacey Muhammad.
The 1980s sitcom about a foster child, “Punky Brewster,” is getting a sequel with its original star Soleil Moon Frye. The actress will be serving as executive producer together with the show creator David Duclon.