TNT has released a seven-minute sizzle reel showcasing two new drama series: Good Behavior (above) – based on the Letty Dobesh novels of Blake Crouch (Wayward Pines), and Animal Kingdom – an American adaptation of an Australian film about a tightly knit family that flourishes as a result of their hard-nosed criminal activities.
TBS is launching its new cop show satire, Angie Tribeca, with a 25-hour marathon/launch party beginning Sunday, January 17th (9/8C).
Over the twenty-five hour bash, hosted by Deon Cole, TBS will run the first season Angie Tribeca commercial-free. Between episodes, stars from Angie Tribeca and other TBS shows will pop up – along with special guests, surprise appearances, music, comedy and much, much more. For details on the Binge-A-Thon: 25 Hours of Commercial-Free Angie Tribeca Episodes Plus Comedy with the Cast and Friends in Studio LIVE!, follow the jump.
M. Night Shyamalan and TNT are developing a two-hour block of horror and suspense programming that will feature both long and short form tales and will be built around a new Tales from the Crypt series based on the EC horror comics of the 50s.
The horror block is scheduled to premiere in Fall 2016. Follow the jump for further details.
Despite moving into darker dramatic realms, TNT is maintaining its balance between darker and lighter with the renewal of The Librarians (the lighter), Murder in the First (the darker) and Major Crimes (somewhere in the middle).
TNT has greenlit two new series for 2016: an American adaptation of Australian crime family film Animal Kingdom (above) and Good Behavior, based the Letty Dobesh novels of Wayward Pines author Blake Crouch.
Animal Kingdom follows a 17-year old boy who moves in with some relatives after his mother dies – and discovers their indulgent lifestyle is fueled by crime. Ellen Barkin and Scott Speedman lead the cast.
Good Behavior follow thief/con artist Letty Dobesh, whose life is always one bad choice away from implosion. Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery is Letty Dobesh. For further details, follow the jump.
TNT hit New York Comic-Con 2015 this week with three of its fall shows. On Thursday, Sean Bean and executive producer Ken Biller screened the first episode of the completely reimagined spy thriller Legends. On Friday, Rebecca Romijn and the cast of The Librarians took the stage with executive producer Dean Devlin to talk about the second season of the blockbuster hit. And Jeff Hephner popped in to introduce and sneak peek of TNT’s spy drama Agent X (above).
Check out some of the highlights following the jump.
TNT & TBS are bringing stars from five of their most anticipated upcoming shows to New York Comic Con 2015 in October.
Sean Bean (Legends); Rashida Jones, Jere Burns and Andree Vermeulen (Angie Tribeca); Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, John Kim, Lindy Booth, John Larroquette (The Librarians), Jason Jones, also executive producer (The Detour) and Jeff Hephner (Agent X) will all be attending to take part in panels and sneak peeks.
Also in attendance for the panel discussions will be a number of executive producers: Ken Biller (Legends), John Rogers (The Librarians), Samantha Bee (The Detour) and Ira Ungerlieder (Angie Tribeca). Follow the jump for details.
New York Comic Con 2015 runs from October 8th-11th.