Season two of Sneaky Pete finds Marius so close to freedom that he can taste it, when two ‘colleagues’ of Real Pete threaten to kill the family unless he leads them to Real Pete’s mom, Maggie – and the millions she stole from their mysterious employer…
An Amazon Prime Original, Sneaky Pete returns on March 9th with ten new episodes.
ABC’s The Good Doctor has been given a full season order after being the top-rated new drama on broadcast television – and also being the biggest gainer in TV playback (the series premiere’s audience jumped 5.5 million in non-linear).
One is an accomplished escape artist, the other created Sherlock Holmes: together they solve crime! (I’ve always wanted to use that line!)
Houdini & Doyle will star Michael Weston (House, Burn Notice) and Stephen Mangan (Episodes, I’m Alan Partridge) as the eponymous Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, as they tackle crimes with a supernatural slant.
The series is slated to run on England’s ITV and on FOX in america in 2016. For further details, follow the jump.
CBS mid-season dramas Battle Creek and CSI: Cyber have premiere dates. Battle Creek will debut on Sunday, March 1, 2015 (10/9C) and Battle Creek, David Shores expansion on a series idea by Vince Gilligan (Breaking Bad) will premiere on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 (10/9C).
Fox’s long-running hit, House (8/7C), concludes its run this evening with a one-hour retrospective entitled Swan Song, followed by the shows series finale, Everybody Dies.
Recently I had the opportunity to take part in a conference call Q&A with series creator – and director/co-writer of the series finale, David Shore. Although spoilers were virtually non-existent, Shore spoke about the way that House took on a life of its own and became this huge hit when he’d been expected it be cancelled before it even concluded its first twelve episodes.