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'Jane the Virgin' Will Address Latest El Chapo Saga, Showrunner Says
Jane the Virgin
  The world was shocked to learn Saturday that Sean Penn had met with Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the wanted Mexican drug lord known as "El Chapo" while he was on the run from Mexican authorities for Rolling Stone. And less than 24 hours after the jaw-dropping revelation, Jane the Virgin showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman is already contemplating how the show will tackle it. "I'm very interested in like the Hollywood connection," she told The Hollywood Reporter...
 
CW President Preaches Patience in 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' and Support for 'Vampire Diaries,' 'Originals'
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
  The CW president Mark Pedowitz touted what he called the network's "best schedule" in the network's nearly 10-year history and heaped rounds of praise on his low-rated but critically adored rookie Crazy Ex-Girlfriend during his time Sunday at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour. Last year "was another great growth year for The CW and the quality of the shows that have made many of your lists," Pedowitz said from the TCA stage. "We...
 
Classic Sketches, Returning Favorites: Inside 'The Muppets' Midseason Reboot
The Muppets
  ABC's The Muppets was considered the biggest slam dunk of the fall TV season — but so far, hasn't lived up to any of its hype. Its 10-minute pilot presentation set a high bar. The series scored a rare standing ovation at Comic-Con. A hefty marketing campaign focused on Kermit and Piggy's break-up went viral. A lively panel — complete with a statement from Kermit about their split — helped win over the media in July at the Television Critics Association's...
 
ABC Chief Addresses 'The Bachelor's' Race Problem
The Bachelor
  Over 20 cycles of The Bachelor and 11 of female-focused spinoff The Bachelorette, the titular competitors have had more in common than the fact that most of their reality TV romances did not end happily ever ever. With just one exception, they've all been white.

The Bachelor's casting issue has been a lighting rod for more and more criticism in recent years — this latest season features a group of 28 predominantly white women vying for another white man...
 
Will 'CSI: Cyber' Be the End of the 'CSI' Franchise?
CSI: Cyber
  Could the CSI franchise end this year with CSI: Cyber? When CBS announced its midseason schedule Friday, CSI: Cyber, the last remaining series in the global franchise, lost its time slot. The sophomore drama will segue from its Sunday at 10 p.m. slot in March and make way for Elementary, which will move from Thursdays after the network slotted rookie Rush Hour. CBS will test CSI: Cyber for two weeks on Wednesdays (March 2 and 9) before the Ted Danson-Patricia Arquette starrer vanishes from...
 
'Person of Interest' Likely Ending With Season 5, J.J. Abrams Says
Person of Interest
  It may be the end of the road for CBS' Person of Interest. Executive producer J.J. Abrams told reporters Saturday at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour that season five of the CBS procedural would likely be its last. "My guess is it is the final season," said Abrams, who was at TCA to support his Hulu drama 11.22.63. "The only heartbreak there is [is] how much good story there was to come if it were to have continued. [Exec producers/showrunners]...
 
Christina Hendricks on Her "Playful" Post-'Mad Men' Role in 'Hap and Leonard'
Mad Men
  Mad Men alum Christina Hendricks isn’t intentionally veering away from drama now that the AMC critical darling has concluded. When asked about her newfound affection for comedic roles while peddling her new Sundance TV series Hap and Leonard at the Television Critics Association winter press tour (she was seen on the small screen most recently in Comedy Central’s Another Period), Hendricks explained that the pattern isn't deliberate. “I haven’t had a...
 
'Top Gear' Newbie Chris Evans Calls 2015 Host Implosion TV "Armageddon"
Top Gear
  The 2015 collapse of British series Top Gear seemed to happen almost as fast as so many exotic cars rounded its track over the course of the talk show's four-decade history.

Host Jeremy Clarkson was suspended and ultimately fired over allegations of physical and verbal abuse against a producer, and co-hosts Richard Hammond and James May — as well as executive producer Andy Wilman — quickly decided to follow him out the door. (They've all since signed on...
 
Kevin Reilly on Turner Turnaround, 'Narcos' Envy and Conan's Future (Q&A)
Narcos
  After a year out of the spotlight, Turner Entertainment chief creative officer Kevin Reilly emerged this week with an ambitious plan for his cable empire. During his first Television Critics Association press tour presentation in two years, Reilly laid out the ways in which he intended to reinvent drama network TNT and its comedy sibling TBS. He announced that he’d be cutting the ad load in the former's forthcoming dramas by 50 percent, and reiterated his desire to increase and...
 
'Outlander' Writer Takes Jab at 'Game of Thrones' Scribe George R.R. Martin
Outlander
  Outlander novelist Diana Gabaldon promises she’ll have the next book in her time-travel fantasy series out in a more timely fashion than Game of Thrones’ George R. R. Martin. Ahead of the Golden Globes this Sunday, where the Starz drama will compete with its three nominations (including one for best drama), series creator Ronald D. Moore, writer Gabaldon and stars Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan hit the Television Critics Association winter press tour to peddle season...
 
CBS Midseason: 'Elementary' Displaces 'CSI: Cyber,' 'Rush Hour' Takes Over on Thursdays
Elementary
  CBS is shaking things up for its midseason schedule and displacing CSI: Cyber from its schedule The network announced Friday that Elementary will move from its Thursday home to Sundays, bumping CSI: Cyber and making room for the debut of its TV adaptation of Rush Hour. The move shows a sign of faith for the Bill Lawrence adaptation of the Jackie Chan feature film, with the freshman drama produced by Warner Bros. Television landing the prime Thursday at 10 p.m. slot. Additionally, the...
 
'Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency' Ordered to Series at BBC America
Dirk Gently
  BBC America is getting its graphic novel on. Drama Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency has been picked up straight to series with an eight-episode order, the cable network announced Friday ahead of its time at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour. Based on Douglas Adams' graphic novels first published in 1987, the story centers on the titular holistic detective who investigates cases involving the supernatural. Chronicle's Max Landis will pen the...
 
'American Idol': Two-Night Premiere Concludes With More Golden Tickets
American Idol
  American Idol concluded its two-night season XV premiere Thursday. The auditions bounced between Little Rock and San Francisco as more contestants sang for the remaining Hollywood spots in the show’s final season. Season 8 winner Kris Allen stopped by the Little Rock auditions to offer some of his own wisdom and screen some of the Idol hopefuls. First up in Little Rock, 15-year-old Cameron Richard, who overcame being born with a cleft palette to become a singer, sang “Give Me...
 
HBO Near Deal for 'Game of Thrones' Seasons 7 and 8
Game of Thrones
  HBO is doubling down on Game of Thrones. HBO programming president Michael Lombardo told a handful of reporters Thursday at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour that the premium cable network is near a deal for another two-season renewal for the fantasy drama based on the books by George R.R. Martin. The renewal would be for seasons seven and eight — marking the second time that Game of Thrones has scored the dual order. The cabler last renewed the Emmy-winning...
 
'Game of Thrones' Favorite to Star in Discovery Drama
Game of Thrones
  Michiel Huisman has booked his next gig. The Game of Thrones favorite and Nashville alum has been tapped to star in Discovery's scripted drama series Harley and the Davidsons, the company announced Thursday at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour. The drama is based on a true story and centers on how how Milwaukee schoolyard pals William (Bill) Harley and Arthur Davidson built — and rode — motorcycles. The series charts the birth of Harley-Davidson...
 
TV Ratings: 'American Idol' Swan Song Starts Steady (and Low) for Fox
American Idol
  This is the way American Idol ends, not with a bang — and not really with a whimper, either.

Fox's humbled juggernaut kicked of its 15th and final season with an average 2.9 rating among adults 18-49 and 10.9 million viewers. And while both of those stats do mark lows for a season opener, they're both pretty much in line with last January's return. Some were likely hoping for a boost, given all the marketing pomp around the final season, but steady is not a...
 
'American Idol': Final Season Kicks Off in Denver and Atlanta; Kanye West Auditions
American Idol
  American Idol returned for its 15th and final season tonight, starting with auditions in Atlanta and Denver. Season 14’s Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. all returned as judges for the farewell season. The premiere immediately began with nostalgia as a montage revisited past Idol auditions and moments and also teased this season’s batch of contestants. Past Idol winners, including Taylor Hicks, Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken, returned to screen some of the Idol...
 
'American Idol': Final Season Kicks Off Auditions in Denver and Atlanta
American Idol
  American Idol returned for its 15th and final season tonight, starting with auditions in Atlanta and Denver. Season 14’s Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. all returned as judges for the farewell season. The premiere immediately began with nostalgia as a montage revisited past Idol auditions and moments and also teased this season’s batch of contestants. Past Idol winners, including Taylor Hicks, Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken, returned to screen some of the Idol...
 
'UnREAL' Team Talks Tackling Race in Season 2: "We Don’t Want to Fall Asleep at the Wheel"
UnREAL
  The upcoming second season of Lifetime's critically acclaimed drama will center on a new season of Bachelor-like reality show-within-the-show Everlasting and its new star, an African-American football star named Darius. "We don’t want to fall asleep at the wheel," co-creator Sarah Gertrude Shapiro told reporters Wednesday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour of the decision to take on the delicate subject. "In an era where driving while black...
 
'Younger' Creator Darren Star on Basic Cable "Freedom," Broadcast Homogenization
Younger
  Darren Star first made his mark on broadcast television with nineties pop culture touchstones like Beverly Hills, 90210 and Melrose Place. But he's not planning a return to the Big 4 anytime soon. Speaking at the Television Critics Association' winter press tour to promote the upcoming second season of his TV Land comedy Younger, Star was asked about whether the show could make the leap to broadcast TV. "I think the show on TV Land is more written and produced and conceived...
 
 
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