His TV show “Constantine” may have been scrapped by NBC but Matt Ryan is still going to play the role as the actor will make a guest appearance on The CW series “Arrow” this coming season.
The 2004 film “The Notebook,” which was based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks and starred Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams may be getting a TV show. The author, along with Warner Bros. Television, is in talks to develop the series on The CW.
Fans of the “X-Men” franchise may have yet another thing to look forward to as negotiations for an “X-men” TV series featuring real-life actors, as opposed to cartoon versions, is underway between Fox and Marvel.
While “Empire” has been the most-watched new series last season based on ratings, it was mostly snubbed by the Emmy’s. But the Television Critics Association (TCA), which handed its annual awards over the weekend, has named the Fox drama “Program of the Year.”
It is finally confirmed. “Prison Break” is returning to television. According to Deadline, the show will be back on Fox as a limited TV event and will run for 10 episodes. It will be “a bit of a sequel, it picks up several years after the end of the series,” Fox executive Dana Walden told the news outlet.
NBC has finally announced the actress who will lead ‘The Wiz’ Live Musical! Newcomer Shanice Williams, 18, will play the role of Dorothy for the network’s live production, which is set to debut on television on Dec. 3.
“Hannibal” actor Hugh Dancy has been cast as the lead in the Hulu drama “The Way,” which is created by “Parenthood’s” Jason Katims. The show, which is set to begin production in September in New York, centers of the members who are involved in a charismatic cult.
“Legends of Tomorrow,” which is slated to premiere on The CW this coming mid-season, has found its Hawkman. Actor Falk Hentschel, whose TV credits include Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Reckless, has been cast in the role of Carter Hall, a.k.a. Hawkman.
PBS and BBC have earlier announced that this upcoming season will be the final one for “Downton Abbey.” As the cast and crew gathered in California for the annual Television Critics Academy event to meet with the press, the actors revealed details on what the sixth season will be like and where the show goes on after this.
Talks are brewing between The CW and Michael Weatherly about the possibility of adapting “Little Women” into a TV Show. The 1868 novel written by Louisa May Alcott is a well-loved classic and the network hopes that the adaptation will be “hyper-stylized” and “gritty”.