Michael C. Hall is back on television. After starring for eight seasons on the Showtime crime drama “Dexter,” the actor will debut his new series on Netflix called “Safe” on Thursday, May 10.
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CBS has renewed one of its longest running series for another run. “NCIS” is getting a season 16 but one original cast member won’t be back.
AMC announced today that it has greenlit a new supernatural horror series, “NOS4A2,” based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Joe Hill, who will also executive produce the series. Jami O’Brien (“Fear The Walking Dead,” “Hell On Wheels”) created the show for television, and will serve as showrunner and executive producer along with executive producer Lauren Corrao, Co-President of Tornante Television. The series is produced by AMC Studios in association with Tornante Television. The series will premiere with 10 episodes in 2019.
HBO’s critically acclaimed Western series “Deadwood” might soon roll the cameras for its movie iteration but will its star Timothy Olyphant return to reprise his role as Seth Bullock?
Roseanne Barr’s Hitler photos from 2009 resurface; ‘Roseanne’ producer urges viewers to ignore ‘background noise’
Some photos of comedienne Roseanne Barr as Adolf Hitler, which were taken from a 2009 photoshoot, have conveniently gone viral on social media this week and as netizens call for a boycott of her rebooted ABC series, a “Roseanne,” producer appealed to viewers to look at the controversy with an open mind.
“Black Panther” star Chadwick Boseman is hosting “Saturday Night Live” for the very first time this April, while stand-up comedian and former SNL writer John Mulaney will also hit the SNL stage in his debut appearance as host in the following week.
Is Connie Britton no longer returning to “9-1-1″ season 2 on FOX? The actress has recently been cast in the lead role of the “Dirty John” anthology drama series on Bravo.
It doesn’t look like Alex O’Loughlin is finished with “Hawaii Five-0″ on CBS after all. The actor suggested in a recent interview that he’s actually open for more seasons.
“Mission: Impossible” actor Ving Rhanes is joining the women of the “Cagney and Lacey” revival on CBS. The series will headline former “Grey’s Anatomy” actress Sarah Drew (Cagney) and “Blindspot” actress Michelle Hurd (Lacey) as the two female detectives.
USA Network’s “The Sinner” was originally meant to be a one-season series. Since earning rave reviews, top ratings and nominations at the Golden Globes, however, the network has been exploring bringing it back.