Hulu is set to become the exclusive VOD home to popular programming from Adult Swim and Cartoon Network – as well as select shows from TNT and TBS.
The deal was announced today and includes past seasons of TNT’s The Last Ship and Murder in the First; Adult Swim’s Ric & Morty and Black Jesus and Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe and Clarence (available on Hulu Kids) . Prior seasons of Adult Swim and Cartoon Network favorites like Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Ben 10 will also be included.
The deal also gives Hulu exclusive SVOD rights to stream select future Turner shows like the upcoming TBS series, Angie Tribeca. For further details (including more titles included in the deal), follow the jump. Continue reading Hulu and Turner Broadcasting Come To Multi-Year Agreement!
The crew of the U.S.S. Nathan James will returning home in season two of The Last Ship (TNT, Sundays, 9/8C). Their reception is not what they might have been hoping for.
Check out the season two trailer after the jump. The Last Ship returns on Sunday, June 21st.
Continue reading The Chosen Trailer: The Last Ship!
TNT has unveiled a summer schedule that features ten original series – including three new shows: Proof, Public Morals and Cold Justice: Sex Crimes.
Returning hits include: The Last Ship, Rizzoli & Isles, Major Crimes, Murder in the First, Legends, Cold Justice, and the final season of Falling Skies.
Follow the jump for further details.
Continue reading TNT Touts Ten Original Series On Summer Schedule!
TNT has turned the page to Chapter Two, ordering another season of magical dramedy series The Librarians. The fantasy series proved to be one of the hottest shows on cable last season, pulling in an audience approaching 11.4 million each week.
The Librarians’ second season will, once again, be ten episodes and will premiere later this year. For more, follow the jump.
Continue reading Second Chapter: TNT Orders More The Librarians!
If you can’t get enough of the Winchester boys, then you will want to know about February’s five Supernatural marathons on TNT.
TNT is running Supernatural Superfan Wednesdays with select adventures of Sam and Dean from 1/12C – 8/7C. On President’s Day, the network will present the Supernatural Super-Meta Marathon from noon/11am C to 10/9C.
The Supernatural Superfan Marathon themes are: Why So Serious? (Feb. 4); The Bobby Singer Story (Feb. 11); Killing Time (Feb. 18th), and The Lighter Side of Dean (Feb. 25th). (The Supernatural Super-Meta Marathon pretty much says it all to the show’s true fans…).
Check out episode titles and times following the jump.
Continue reading TNT Loads Up On Winchesters! Five Supernatural Marathons In February!
When TNT & TBS air the 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards®, they will be making it a very social event – the networks will have a team of social media correspondents and influencers to provide behind-the-scenes play-by-play before and during the ceremony using the hashtag #sagawards.
In addition, the networks are teaming up PEOPLE.com to webcast the SAG Awards Red Carpet Pre-Show – which will include the announcement of this year’s honorees for Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Film and in a Television Series.
The 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will be simulcast on TNT & TBS on Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015 (8/7C).
Continue reading TNT and TBS Ready to Turn 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® Into Digital and Social Media Experience!
TNT has ordered an 18-episode sixth season for Rizzoli & Isles, its hit series based on the bestselling mystery series by Tess Gerritsen. After five seasons, Rizzoli & Isles continues to be one of basic cable’s Top 5 scripted dramas.
The series stars Angie Harmon as hard-headed, brilliant detective Jane Rizzoli and Sasha Alexander as smart, impeccably dressed medical examiner Maura Isles. In their case, opposites fight crime together.
Season six of Rizzoli & Isles is set for a summer 2015 launch. For more, follow the jump.
Continue reading TNT Orders Sixth Season of Rizzoli & Isles!
TNT has resurrected The Library and Librarian Flynn Carsen. Thankfully, the two-hour series premiere – The Librarians and The Crown of King Arthur/The Librarians and The Sword in the Stone –hew closer to the delightfully odd first TNT movie, The Librarian: Quest for the Spear than its sequels in terms of quality. If the first two episodes are a fair sampling, then The Librarians (TNT, Sundays, 8/7C) is deliciously sly and deliriously fun.
Continue reading The Librarians Brings a Sense of Wonder and Pure Fun!
Martin Odum – who may or may not actually be Martin Odum – will be back for a second season. TNT has given Legends a ten-episode second season. So it may be awhile before series star Sean Bean adds to that impressive death reel on YouTube!
Bean’s Odum, of course, is a master at sliding into new identities – called legends – to do undercover work as a member of the FBI’s Deep Cover Operations (DCO) division. When he is told by a mysterious man – with his dying breath, no less, that Martin Odum is a legend, he begins to have doubts about his real identity.
Follow the jump for more.
Continue reading TNT’s Legends Renewed – Sean Bean Still Not Dead!
Kevin Reilly has been named President of TNT and TBS – and Chief Creative Officer, Turner Entertainment.
During Reilly’s time at other networks (NBC, FX, FOX, etc.), he championed touchstone series like Glee, The Office, 30 Rock, The Sopranos, The Shield, Nip/Tuck, ER, Homicide: Life on the Street and Law & Order. Current FOX shows Brooklyn Nine Nine, New Girl, The X Factor and Gotham were also developed under his leadership.
He was also a leader in championing year round development slates at networks. For more, follow the jump.
Continue reading Kevin Riley Named President of TNT & TBS!
Sharon Stone will co-star as Vice-President Natalie Maccabee, America’s first female VPOTUS – and commander of a secret agent who is so secret that even the President doesn’t know of his existence, Agent X. That agent is John Case, played by Jeff Hephner, who handles assignments that involve national security, global crises and problems within the ‘palaces of intrigue of Washington DC.
Gerald McRaney also stars – as Chief Steward of the Vice-President’s mansion and keeper of secrets. It is he who introduces Maccabee to Case, the current Agent X.
TNT has ordered ten episodes of Agent to debut in the second half of 2015. The pilot was written by William Blake Herron and directed by Peter O’Fallon. Further details follow the jump.
Continue reading TNT Orders Agent X Starring Sharon Stone!