Fox has axed comedy LA to Vegas after one season. The show is set to premiere on Fox8 in Australia on June 3.
Once Upon a Time creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis have signed on as the showrunners for Apple’s upcoming reboot of Amazing Stories. The final episode of OUAT aired in the US last week.
Have the CW always aired shows on Sundays?
No, interesting article on that change here
The CW next season is reclaiming Sunday night to expand its lineup to six nights and 12 hours of original programming – all of it scripted. “Starting in October, we will have 12 hours of original scripted series on our schedule – more than any other broadcast network besides CBS,” said Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW.
CBS has axed Code Black after three seasons. The show currently airs late nights on Seven in Australia.
This makes me sad.
FX has renewed Legion for a third season. The drama, which is linked to the X-Men movie franchise, is shown in Australia on Foxtel.
TV Land has renewed Younger for a sixth season, ahead of the fifth season premiere. The show is streamed in Australia on Stan.
FX has renewed Atlanta for a third season. It is shown in Australia on SBS Viceland.
Production of new episodes of The Jerry Springer Show has stopped for now in the US. Repeats and pre-produced episodes of the show will air on The CW from this northern autumn, although the network could order new episodes.
Lucifer, which was axed by Fox last month, has been picked up by Netflix for a fourth season.
Whenever a daytime show moves to the CW it gets canned. Tyra, Bill Cunningham etc.
American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy has revealed the upcoming eighth season will be a crossover of season one’s Murder House and season three’s Coven.
NBC is the first broadcaster to reveal premiere dates for the 2018-19 Fall season. Most of its shows will launch in the first week of the season (week of September 23).
September 24: The Voice, Manifest (new)
September 25: The Voice, This is Us, New Amsterdam (new)
September 26: Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD
September 27: The Good Place, Law & Order: SVU
October 4: Superstore, Will & Grace, I Feel Bad
October 12: Blindspot
October 26: Midnight, Texas
Elizabeth Debicki (The Great Gatsby, Peter Rabbit) to star in new HBO drama Lovecraft Country.
The CW has revealed premiere dates for the 2018-19 Fall season, including the reboot of Charmed.
October 8: The Flash, Black Lightning
October 10: Riverdale, All American (new)
October 11: Supernatural
October 12: Dynasty, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
October 14: Supergirl, Charmed (new)
October 15: Arrow
October 22: Legends of Tomorrow
October 25: Legacies (new)
NBC has axed Timeless for the second and final time. NBC briefly cancelled the show last season before reversing course and ordering a second season. The broadcaster and production company Sony are still in discussions about a two-hour movie to wrap up cliffhanger at the second season finale.
Fox has revealed premiere dates for the 2018-19 Fall season.
September 9: Rel (new)
September 23: 9-1-1
September 24: The Resident, 9-1-1 (regular night)
September 25: The Gifted, Lethal Weapon
September 26: Empire, Star
September 27: NFL Thursday Night Football
September 28: Last Man Standing (new network), The Cool Kids (new), Hell’s Kitchen
September 30: The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy
History has axed military drama Six after two seasons.