Katie Holmes is returning to network television in a potential series regular role. The actress has just joined the cast of a still-untitled FBI drama series and will play an FBI agent smacked in the middle of a controversy.
Netflix’s zombie horror comedy series “Santa Clarita Diet” has finally nabbed a return date for season 2. The show, which stars Drew Barrymore (Shiela) and Timothy Olyphant (Joel), will launch on the platform on March 23, and there will be new faces joining the couple.
‘Grace and Frankie’ Season 5 Air Date, News and Update: Netflix Confirms New Season with RuPaul as Guest Star
“Grace and Frankie” will return for season 5. Netflix confirmed the show’s renewal and also announced that RuPaul will join Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin in the new season.
The CW has released its character descriptions for the “Charmed” reboot. Gone are familiar characters like Prue, Piper, Phoebe and Paige. In their place are the new witches named Macy, Mel and Madison, and there will be an LGBT twist…
Amazon is beefing up its streaming content with the addition of “Conan.” The series is based on the work of Robert E. Howard about the iconic character Conan the Barbarian. Attached to this project with Amazon are “Game of Thrones”…
Two familiar faces are returning on “Arrow” season 6 – Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law) and Roy Harper (Colton Haynes). Both will show up at some point moving forward but their appearances are in no way connects.
Things are expected to get more interesting once “Gotham” Season 4 returns for its midseason. Before the show went on break, many may have caught that scene when Penguin (Robin Taylor) shared a cell with Jerome Valeska (c). And with those two together, one can only imagine the chaos about to ensue.
“Riverdale” is finally back after the holiday break, kicking off 2018 with Chapter Twenty –Three titled “The Blackboard Jungle.” The show started off with the Southside High being closed, forcing the Serpents to move to Riverdale.
The final season of “Game of Thrones” will feature veterans of the show behind the scenes when it airs in 2019.
The Fox broadcasting network, home to “The Simpsons” and “The Orville,” will continue to air scripted entertainment after the Fox TV studio’s sale to Disney, Fox executives said Thursday.