CBS has renewed its top-rated drama series NCIS for its 17th season.
HDNET Movies has enlisted acclaimed Cherokee actor and activist Wes Studi to host its three-movie Summer of Westerns event.
Studi (Geronimo: An American Legend) will perspective on films ranging from Jere,miah Johnson to The Outlaw Josey Wales – and reflecting on his career as one of the defining actors in the modern Western genre.
HDNET Movies’ Summer of Westerns premieres on May 19th.
A young heart attack survivor becomes consumed by the mystery surrounding the heart that saved her life in season one Netflix’s new chiller, Chambers.
Netflix has released a hallucinatory trailer for the show’s premiere season.
Chambers premieres on April 26th.
Not so much a hard reboot as a continuation, Netflix’s Tales of the City – based on the stories by Armistead Maupin – follows a new generation of residents of 28 Barbary Lane, beginning with Laura Linney’s Mary Ann returning to San Francisco after twenty years.
Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City premieres on Netflix on June 7th.
BBC America has renewed its spy vs. assassin series Killing Eve for a third season – the day after the series’ second season premiere.
The third season will also have a new showrunner – its third (each season will be run by a different woman).
Suzanne Heathcote will be head writer and showrunner for Season 3.
‘I love the smell of extortion in the morning’
The more-than-just-nails artists of Claws are well on their way to ‘running Florida’ in the show’s third season – but it won’t always be smooth sailing.
TNT’s Claws returns on June 9th.
Season 2 of Amazon Prime Video’s The Tick is everything a superhero satire/spoof should be.
HBO is ramping up the excitement (and the dread) for the final season of Game of Thrones with three new teasers.
The first two repackage footage for the season’s first trailer – with additional, illuminating dialogue.
The last suggests that no matter who wins, there won’t be a lot of celebrate (are we surprised? No!).
Game of Thrones: Season 8 premieres on Sunday, April 14th.
Shudder has announced the casting of three genre veterans/legends in the Creepshow adaptation of Stephen King’s Gray Matter.
Adrienne Barbeau, Giancarlo Esposito and Tobin Bell will star in the ep – directed by another genre legend, Greg Nicotero.
USA Network has announced a second season pickup for the hit unscripted series Miz & Mrs. – an exclusive glimpse into the A-List lifestyle of married WWE Superstars, The Miz and Maryse™.
Netflix has renewed its offbeat superhero series The Umbrella Academy for a second season.
Check out the announcement video below.