“Transformers” director Michael Bay and “Lost” producer Carlton Cuse are teaming up and developing a TV show based on Jack Ryan, the hero of the best-selling novels by Tom Clancy.
It’s Emmy’s night! The 67th Prime Time Emmy Awards will once again bring together TV’s top stars, creators and writers. The night of hoors, which will be hosted by Andy Samberg and airing on Fox, will begin broadcasting live at 8 p.m. EST.
“The Transporter” star Jason Statham is heading to television in what would be his very first TV show.
And so another film is being done for television. The remake of “Behind Enemy Lines,” a military movie starring Owen Wilson and Gene Hackman that came out in 2001, is being set for a TV series run on FOX.
British actress Helena Bonham Carter will headline the TV show based the novel by Nina Stibble called “Love, Nina.”
Oscar-winning singer John Legend and his wife, model Chrissy Teigen, are set to have their own TV show. The series will be inspired by the interracial couple and it will be developed by Kenya Barris for ABC.
The superhero series bandwagon is not about to end as NBC has announced it will be joining the fray with a potential superhero comedy series called “Powerless.” If all things go to plan, the show will be included in the TV season slate for next year.
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.
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.
“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.