Top-rating show ‘Top Gear’ isn’t having Jeremy Clarkson back. Following an incident with his producer a couple of weeks ago, BBC has decided it will no longer renew the presenter’s contract.
Last Monday, the internet was already buzzing with news of a possible “The X-Files” revival. The rumors say that FOX was going to greenlight the series and today, the network has made the official announcement. The show will be returning to television for a limited six-episode offering. Read on.
Pursuing its push for more quality scripted series following the success of “Vikings,” the History Channel is planning to develop the story of the Knights Templar into a TV series. Jeremy Renner’s production company is reportedly behind the project.
The CW is intending to adapt the “Friday The 13th” movie franchise into a television series, according to a report from Uproxx. This has been rumored for quite some time now, and it looks like the small screen project is pushing forward with Sean Cunningham, the director and producer of the original film, running the whole thing. Here’s what the details are for the TV show so far:
HBO has added two new cast members for its second season and The Hollywood Reporter (THR) calls this move “unorthodox” as the actresses hired are apparently porn stars. Read on.
“Empire” will hold its 2-hour season finale on FOX tonight. Since the show’s premiere last January, it has become a ratings powerhouse, prompting the network to immediately renew the series for a second season.
The Swedish horror thriller “Let The Right One In” is getting an adaptation for television from A&E. “Teen Wolf” showrunner Jeff Davis is going to take part in the project with Brandon Boyce as the writer. The network won the rights to the story after a fierce bidding war with Showtime. Read on.
Betty White, now 93 years old, is unstoppable. The beloved actress, who up until recently, is still quite visible on television in the TV series “Hot In Cleveland,” and she’s still as spunky as ever. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences this morning announced she will be this year’s recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 42nd Annual Daytime Emmys. Read on.
Has the “Twin Peaks” revival run into problems even before the show could get started? According to the show’s director, David Lynch, it may not get made after all. Read on.
Andy Samberg, the star of “Brooklyn Nine Nine” on Fox, has been picked to host the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony, which will air on the network on Sept. 20, 2015. Read on for the details.