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Less than 24 hours after ABC announced a pilot order to an untitled mayor comedy pilot exec produced by Hamilton Tony winner Daveed Diggs, the project has cast its young lead. Search.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
ABC continues to look to big names for its drama pilot pickups.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Disney-owned network on Tuesday handed out a pilot order to an untitled legal drama from.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
The CW's The Originals is losing its showrunner. Showrunner Michael Narducci is stepping down and leaving producers Warner Bros. Television in favor of a two-year overall deal with ABC Studios, The.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Bollywood actress and Quantico lead Priyanka Chopra has done it again!
She's bagged her second consecutive People's Choice Award winning 'Favorite Dramatic TV Actress' over Grey's Anatomy star Ellen.. Mashable
ABC has given a pilot order to a new Shondaland legal drama, TheWrap has learned.
The pilot, from “Scandal” writer Paul William Davies, will be set in the Southern District of New York Federal.. The Wrap
“Scandal” creator and executive producer Shonda Rhimes brushed off any association between the presidential election on the show and the real-life election between Hillary Clinton and Donald.. The Wrap
Larry Wilmore is back again!
The Hollywood Reporter announced Monday that the comedian inked a multiyear overall deal with ABC Studios, just a few months after Comedy Central unexpectedly.. Huffington Post
How to Get Away With Murder is back with another exciting episode. If you want deatils on How to Get Away With Murder season 3, episode 9 streaming, then you came to the right place.
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In a new promotional video, Connie Britton, Charles Esten, Sam Palladio (who looks like he wandered in off the set of Downton Abbey-- but don't worry, it's for a music video) and more of the show's.. SeattlePI.com
“Enemy of the State” is the latest hit film to find an afterlife on TV.
The 1998 espionage thriller, which starred Will Smith and Gene Hackman and was directed by Tony Scott, will be sequelized.. L.A. Times