In this edition of TV Bits:

  • CBS has renewed – and canceled – several shows.
  • Kevin Smith gives an update on his Masters of the Universe series.
  • Ricky Gervais’ After Life gets a third season at Netflix.
  • Watch a trailer for Yellowstone season 3.
  • Peacock signs a deal with Apple.
  • History has canceled Project Blue Book and Knightfall.
  • Hey, remember Quibi? They’re still around, and still picking up new shows!
  • Fuller House is ending. Let us all bow our heads.
  • Room 104 is ending with season 4.
  • The Smash cast is reuniting to stream Bombshell In Concert.
  • Get a first look at the One Day at a Time animated special.

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In this edition of TV Bits:

  • Watch a trailer for Knightfall season 2.
  • The creator of Justified is developing Talent for Fox.
  • Josh Duhamel joins the cast of the Mark Millar series Jupiter’s Legacy.
  • AMC has cancelled Into the Badlands and The Son.
  • Luther season 5 premieres on the BBC America in June.
  • Project Blue Book renewed for season 2.
  • The Crown pay gap made Netflix reconfigure their talent salaries.

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Knightfall Season 2 Teaser

Have you heard of Knightfall? It’s a series on History that debuted late in 2017, and apparently it did well enough to earn a second season order. Not only that, but the series was able to pull in Mark Hamill for a major role in season 2, and the first teaser reveals the Star Wars saga star as another grizzled, old knight, this time without a lightsaber. Watch the Knightfall season 2 teaser below. Read More »

In this edition of Casting Bits:

  • Benicio del Toro is set to star in Oliver Stone‘s next drama, White Lies.
  • Mark Hamill joins Knightfall as it’s renewed for season 2.
  • Disney’s live-action Mulan remake adds Jimmy Wong and Doua Moua.
  • Roland Emmerich‘s Midway enlists Patrick Wilson, Aaron Eckhart, Nick Jonas, Tadanobu Asano, and Keean Johnson.
  • Jesse Plemons to co-star with Keri Russell in Scott Cooper‘s Antlers.
  • Patton Oswalt joins Disney’s live-action Kim Possible movie.
  • Joel Kinnaman joins Ron Moore’s space drama at Apple.

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