fargo season 4

Fargo has been an acclaimed series for FX and began their relationship with series creator Noah Hawley. Hawley lived up to the task of adapting the beloved Coen Brothers movie and just completed the third season this spring. In his executive session for the Television Critics Association, FX CEO John Landgraf said he’s waiting for him to pitch season four.

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Deadpool Animated Series

Atlanta creators Donald Glover and his brother Stephen Glover are writing a Deadpool animated series for FX. Speaking with the Television Critics Association today, FX CEO John Landgraf said the Glovers have been working on Deadpool while Donald is in London filming the Han Solo movie.

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The Orville

If you’ve seen the TV spots for Seth MacFarlane’s new Fox series The Orville, you might think it’s another comedic romp from the creator of Family Guy and Ted. It is funny, but what the ads are not showing is that The Orville is an hour long spaceship drama that just happens to be populated with funny people (and aliens). On a Television Critics Association panel for The Orville, MacFarlane explained why The Orville needed to be more than a spoof of Star Trek and other sci-fi shows.

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A Christmas Story Musical Live

Fox announced the casting of Maya Rudolph as Ralphie’s Mom in their live telecast of A Christmas Story this morning. In the afternoon, an A Christmas Story panel featuring Executive Producer Marc Platt and songwriters Ben Pasek and Justin Paul elaborated on the event. Pasek and Paul are writing new songs to add to their Broadway show, including a modern day Christmas song for a new prologue sequence.

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Darkwing Duck on DuckTales

This weekend brings the premiere of the new DuckTales animated series to Disney XD. It’s a new spin on the fan favorite show from the 1990s featuring the globe-trotting adventures of Scrooge McDuck and his three nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie, this time brought to life by the voices of David Tennant, Danny Pudi, Ben Schwartz and Bobby Moynihan.

Along with the new spin of the same characters, it turns out DuckTales will do something that the original series never did before. As we learned last fall, despite sharing the characters Launchpad McQuack and Gizmoduck, DuckTales and the other anthropomorphic duck animated series Darkwing Duck took place in different universes. But when it comes to the new DuckTales series, that won’t be the case. Find out more below. Read More »

the gifted tv spot

Fox presented a Television Critics Association panel on their fall X-Men drama The Gifted. Creator and sho runner Matt Nix announced at the end of the panel that a recognizable mutant from the X-Men comics will appear in the second episode of the series.

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the x-files featurette

Fox’s revival of The X-Files in 2016 was successful enough to warrant a second season. The 2018 run will have 10 episodes, but only two will continue the X-Files mythology directly. David Madden, President of Fox Broadcasting, told the Television Critics Association the mythology episodes would be the season premiere and finale, just like the previous revival season.

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Mike Judgeís TV series ìKing of the Hillî defies iconic images of Texas and looks at a slightly befuddled propane salesman as he copes with suburban life. Hank and his neighborhood friends get together for a few beers in Mike Judge s King of the Hill. Credit: Fox Network

Dana Walden, Chairman and CEO of Fox Television Group, told a group of reporters in the Television Critics Association that she is interested in bringing the animated comedy King of the Hill back. This would be in line with the current television trend, as the past few years have seen revivals of Full House, and Will & Grace, as well as Fox’s own The X-Files, 24 and Prison Break.

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The Next 24 Season Will Have a New Cast

During their executive session with the Television Critics Association, Chairman and CEO of Fox Television Group Dana Walden and Fox Broadcasting President David Madden spoke about the future of 24. This year’s 24: Legacy headed by Corey Hawkins will not continue, but the execs say they always intended to make 24 an anthology with new casts.

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David Letterman Netflix Show

David Letterman stepped down from his longtime post as the host of The Late Show on CBS in 2015, replaced by comedian Stephen Colbert. But as any good comedian will tell you, it’s hard to stay away from the spotlight, and David Letterman is a great comedian, so it should come as no surprise that he’s coming out of retirement with a new show. But it won’t be on any of the big networks.

Netflix is bringing David Letterman into their ever-expanding roster of comedy talent for a new series on the streaming service with six episodes in 2018. But exactly what kind of show can we expect from the legendary, respected comedian and television host? Read More »