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Better Call Saul may be over, but Vince Gilligan and Rhea Seehorn aren't done working together. Apple TV+ has given an untitled project from Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad creator Gilligan a two-season, straight-to-series order. Seehorn will star as the lead. No plot or character details are known yet, though it's rumored to "be set in our world while putting a tweak on it, bending reality and focusing on people and exploring the human condition in an unexpected, surprising way." Gilligan is reportedly taking a break from the world of drugs and crime.
Dead to Me isn't dead quite yet. Netflix announced today that the dark comedy will return for its third and final season on November 17, bringing the saga of Jen (Christina Applegate) and Judy (Linda Cardellini) to a close. The series, which premiered in 2019, began with the two women...
Trailer Premiere: Naomi Watts and Bobby Cannavale Move Into a House of Horrors in Netflix's The Watcher
For anyone who read the 2018 article "The Watcher" in New York Magazine, the prospect of a filmed TV series based on the unsettling series of events depicted therein likely sends a chill down your spine. The true story of Derek and Maria Broaddus, who bought their dream home in Westfield, New Jersey, only to begin receiving a series of ominous and threatening notes from someone called The Watcher, is the stuff of classic American horror stories, so of course it's Ryan Murphy who's come to adapt the series into a star-studded tale of terror.
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Jon Hein knows TV. In the late 1990s, he coined the phrase "Jump the Shark" when he founded the site of the same name. Since then, he's written about television everywhere from The New York Times to TV Guide. In his column for Primetimer, he shares his thoughts on what's new and good on TV and the shows on his radar for the coming week.
Alert the Ton: Netflix has released the first footage from its upcoming Bridgerton prequel series Queen Charlotte. Set decades before the events of Bridgerton, Queen Charlotte follows the queen's rise to power and her marriage to King George, which sparked both a great love story and a societal shift in the Ton.
Reservation Dogs is getting a third season. Ahead of the show's Season 2 finale on September 28, FX has announced that the acclaimed series will be back for Season 3. It will be released in 2023 exclusively on Hulu. Reservation Dogs, the first series to feature an all-Native team of...
Celebrity Jeopardy! kicked off last night with Mayim Bialik officially taking her place as host, and the evening took more than a few unexpected twists and turns. Simu Liu (Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings), Ego Nwodim (Saturday Night Live), and Andy Richter (Late Night with Conan O'Brien) began the night with the first of nine quarterfinal games, each competing for the charity of their choice.
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The White Lotus is returning soon to a screen near you. Fresh off a 10-Emmy victory for its first installment, the HBO original has announced it will return for Season 2 on Sunday, October 30. The second season of the social satire will abandon its tropical Hawaiian setting and head to Italy, introducing us to an entirely new cast (with the exception of Emmy winner Jennifer Coolidge and costar Jon Gries).
The reality TV mash-up is alive and well today as Hulu premieres Chefs vs. Wild, in which chefs must forage for ingredients in the wilderness and then create five-star dishes. Two episodes of the back-to-basics cooking competition drop today. Also today: Netflix explores infinity in a min-bending new documentary, Dancing...
Get ready to head back into the Fold — Netflix has just released a first-look video for Shadow and Bone Season 2. It's been almost two years since this lush fantasy adaptation, developed by Arrival scribe Eric Heisserer and based on Leigh Bardugo's Grishaverse book series, debuted on Netflix.
The cast of True Detective: Night Country is growing. HBO has added British TV staples Fiona Shaw (Killing Eve, Andor) and Christopher Eccleston (Dr. Who, The Leftovers) to the cast, as well as John Hawkes (Deadwood), Finn Bennett, and Anna Lambe. The group joins previously announced series leads Jodie Foster and Kali Reis.
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Ask anyone who was there for the early-aughts golden age of reality TV, and they'll tell you that The Mole was one of the elite reality competitions. But while its contemporaries like Survivor, Big Brother, and The Amazing Race have all kept churning out new seasons over the course of two decades, The Mole vanished in 2008.
Victims' families aren't the only ones upset about Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. Kim Alsup, who worked as a production coordinator on the set of the Netflix original, says she was "treated horribly" on set. In tweets that have since been made private, she wrote "I worked on this project and I was 1 of 2 Black people on the crew and they kept calling me her name... We both had braids. She was dark skin and 5'10. I'm 5'5. Working on this took everything I had as I was treated horribly. I look at the Black female lead differently now too."
Netflix's Tudum fan event shared a ton of new information and fun sneak peeks this weekend, from premiere dates for new series to trailers for returning faves. Netflix originals like You and Dead to Me got new teasers and release dates for their upcoming seasons, while highly-anticipated new series including Bridgerton spin-off Queen Charlotte and Ryan Murphy's true-crime series The Watcher debuted first looks.
The fall premieres keep coming tonight as Bachelor in Paradise returns for its eighth season and The Rookie universe expands with Niecy Nash-Betts’ Feds spinoff. Plus, Kerry Washington produces and directs Hulu legal drama Reasonable Doubt, Nick Kroll makes his Netflix stand-up special debut, La Brea Season 2 sets up new mysteries, and more. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy on TV this Tuesday:
Husband-wife duo Jerry O’Connell and Rebecca Romijn bring The Love Boat into the real world today with a new CBS series. The Real Love Boat sees 10 singles gather for a month aboard a cruise ship, where they will compete in challenges designed to help them find a lifelong partner.
Two years after his weekly series Patriot Act was canceled by Netflix, Hasan Minhaj returns to the streamer with a new comedy special, The King’s Jester. Also today: Fat Joe emcees the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards, PBS explores the history of Black America, Bachelor in Paradise brings new surprises, and more. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy on TV this Tuesday: