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Posted Tuesday 6/12/18 at 1:37PM EDT
Netflix orders three new unscripted series: The Fix, Westside and Sugar Rush
On The Fix, British comedian Jimmy Carr will be joined by "permanent team captains" D.L. Hughley and Katherine Ryan as they host guest comics and experts who attempt to solve the world's problems. Westside will follow musicians in Los Angeles as they try to make it in the music business while working together on an original performance. And Sugar Rush will challenge bakers to create treats in a limited amount of time.
Posted Wednesday 5/30/18 at 1:00AM EDT
Here are the most-watched and least-watched upfront trailers
NBC's Manifest and New Amsterdam trailers have had 6.5 million and just over 5 million views respectively on YouTube. On the flip side, CBS' The Neighborhood, FBI and God Friended Me have had just under 60,000 YouTube views.
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Posted Tuesday 5/15/18 at 6:27PM EDT
Watch ABC's new show trailers
ABC has released trailers for fall shows The Rookie, A Million Little Things, Single Parents, The Kids Are Alright, as well as midseason shows Whiskey Cavalier, The Fix and Grand Hotel.
Posted Friday 5/11/18 at 6:52PM EDT
ABC picks up Marcia Clark's The Fix, which is loosely based on the O.J. Simpson prosecutor's life
Robin Tunney stars as a version of Clark in the "part legal thriller, part confessional and part revenge fantasy." Here's how it's described, according to Deadline: "After losing the biggest case of her career and being shredded by the media, former prosecutor Maya Travis (Tunney) has left Los Angeles for a quiet life in rural Oregon. Eight years after her devastating defeat, the murderer strikes again, forcing Maya to return to L.A. to confront him one more time."
Posted Monday 3/12/18 at 2:09PM EDT
Robin Tunney lands lead role on Marcia Clark's ABC legal drama pilot The Fix
The Mentalist alum joins Merrin Dungey, Scott Cohen and Breckin Meyer on the ABC pilot, playing a former prosecutor who leaves Los Angeles for rural Oregon after losing the biggest murder case of her career. She is compelled to return eight years later when the killer strikes again.
Posted Thursday 3/08/18 at 7:46PM EST
Netflix's Sabrina series enlists Perfect Strangers alum Bronson Pinchot
The "Balki" actor will recur as the "villainous, puritanical principal" of Baxter High on the untitled series based on the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina comic book. Pinchot shares something in common with the previous incarnation of Sabrina. Both Perfect Strangers and Sabrina the Teenage Witch were ABC "TGIF" fixtures.
- Jane Leeves to play the ex-wife of Don Johnson's dad character on Erin Foster's Fox comedy pilot
- Law & Order: SVU alum Raul Esparza boards NBC drama pilot Suspicion
- Workaholics alum Blake Anderson to co-star on NBC's Like Family
- Shea Whigham among a trio of new L.A. Confidential cast members
- Scott Cohen to star on ABC's The Fix legal pilot
- Justified's Joelle Carter cast on ABC's Salvage
- Girls alum Alex Karpovsky to co-star on Julia Roberts' Amazon series Homecoming
- Janet McTeer will play Elisabeth Olsen's mom on Facebook Watch's Sorry for Your Loss
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Posted Friday 1/26/18 at 11:08PM EST
ABC orders Whiskey Cavalier pilot starring Scott Foley
The FBI/CIA action dramedy finds the Scandal star playing an FBI agent with the code name “Whiskey Cavalier” who is paired with a CIA agent with the code name “Fiery Tribune” to lead a group of spies that “saves the world, one mission at a time." The potential series is from Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence. ALSO: ABC orders Marcia Clark’s The Fix legal drama pilot that seems blatantly autobiographical.