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Kelly Reilly is also named as one of the five series regulars.
NBC cuts off the freshman season of DC’s occult comic book hero, but a second season may still be in the cards.
Tina Fey’s “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” lands a two season deal on Netflix after NBC drops the show.
The long-awaited “Breaking Bad” spinoff will arrive in February 2015 with a two night premiere on AMC.
Warren Ellis’ comic book series gets a third shot at television, courtesy of Jerry-Bruckheimer and the creator of “Farscape.”
Elba signs on to reprise his role, but not in the recently announced American version on Fox.
Krysten Ritter and Alexandra Daddario are among the top contenders for Jessica Jones, as Luke Cage is rumored to appear in that series as well.
Dick Grayson’s parents will appear this season, and so will the Scarecrow.
Vancouver native comes out on top in the season finale against seven other finalists for the coveted title.
Haven midseason finale to air December 11th.
Streaming services up the ante in battle with Netflix.
Netflix is finally heading Down Under and is bringing some exclusive programing content with it.
The acclaimed BBC drama will get a new incarnation and a new star on Fox.
Capaldi is confirmed for the next season of “Doctor Who.” But is Jenna Coleman coming back?
Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s Jack the Ripper epic may become a TV series on FX.
The updated adaptation of Michael Crichton’s film will premiere next year on HBO.
Pratt is open to the idea of guest starring as Peter Quill for Marvel Studios’ first TV show.
WWE Superstar Christian and WWW Hall of Famer Edge guest star on fan fave series.