Peacock Sets MacGruber Series, Weekly Late Night Shows from Amber Ruffin and Larry Wilmore
Peacock solidifies its originals lineup by picking up a MacGruber series and setting weekly late night shows from Amber Ruffin and Larry Wilmore.
Hulu’s Woke Wants to Start a Conversation About Police Brutality
The 8-episode series stars New Girl’s Lamorne Morris.
AMC Adds Months-Early Access to New Shows on Expanded Ad-Free Streaming Service
Both Gangs of London and The Salisbury Poisonings will begin streaming Oct. 1 on the AMC+ streaming service but won’t premiere on AMC until 2021.
Amazon Orders A League Of Their Own TV Series From Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson
Amazon has ordered A League of Their Own, based on the 1992 film, which will focus on new players.
HBO Max Expands Originals With Ridley Scott Sci-Fi Series, Selena Gomez Cooking Show
Some HBO Max originals, like Kaley Cuoco's The Flight Attendant, have tentative fall premiere plans that will depend on production resuming shortly.
HBO Schedules First Scripted Series Set During Covid-19
Coastal Elites—the first scripted series filmed and set during Covid-19—will debut Saturday, Sept. 12 on HBO.
Netflix Shares Fall Lineup of Dramas, a Musical and a Coming-of-Age Docuseries
The streamer's 2020 series are mostly unscathed by pandemic production pauses.
Netflix Sets Amy Adams-Led Limited Series About Walmart Class-Action Lawsuit
Amy Adams will star in and executive produce the Netflix limited series, Kings of America, about a Walmart class action case.
Lifetime Sets First LGBTQ-Centric Holiday Movie
Lifetime will air its first movie with an LGBTQ romance as the lead story as part of this year’s annual It’s a Wonderful Lifetime holiday slate.
National Geographic Spotlights Efforts to Stop the Next Pandemic in New Special
National Geographic has ordered a documentary special, Virus Hunters, about experts working to prevent the next global pandemic.
PBS Sets New Streaming Channel for Amazon Prime Subscribers
Debuting Aug. 4, it will feature all of Ken Burns' documentaries.
The 7 Biggest Things We Learned About TV’s Future at TCA Winter Press Tour
The TCA winter press tour gave us a glimpse into what the industry will look like in 2020.
Even Apple TV+’s Biggest Stars Don’t Know How Their Shows Are Doing
Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston said they relied on qualitative responses to The Morning Show rather than information from Apple.
YouTube Will Double Its Original Programming in 2020, Focusing on Documentaries
Much of YouTube's upcoming original programming is centered on nonfiction content.
Freeform Is Using Events to Drive Viewership While Streaming ‘Everything’
Network president Tom Ascheim says two-thirds of originals viewership happens on Hulu.