FOX's 'Minority Report' TV series borrows sparingly from Spielberg, but needs a little PreCog foresight to flush out its potential. Our early spoiler-free review, before the future-flung series changes your destiny by Monday's premiere!
As CBS’ Supergirl and others caught the brunt of earlier this year, TV’s pilot season has been increasingly difficult to keep under wraps, assuming you trust the veracity of “leaks” to begin with. In any case, FOX’s Minority Report and Lucifer, along with NBC’s Blindspot and others have officially become the latest victims.
FOX’s Minority Report has remained curiously under wraps for a a fall-premiering pilot, having undergone some reshoots and story changes, but the cast and crew gathered at TCA to drop new future intel. Preview the PreCrime-free world of 2065, and learn why producers used Orphan Black to justify reshoots with the latest on FOX’s Minority Report.
A Minority Report TV sequel series certainly turned heads by its announcement, and with an official fall greenlight, FOX has given us our own glimpse of the future. Witness the aftermath of PreCrime with the first trailer for FOX’s Minority Report reborn!
The series orders and cancellations from Upfronts 2015 keep rolling in, and it didn’t take a Pre-Cog to see this one coming. FOX has given the official greenlight to its Minority Report sequel series, picking up a decade after the events of the original Steven Spielberg sci-fi film with Tom Cruise.
FOX’s Minority Report sequel series has made some notable casting choices to date, returning Daniel London to his original role from the 2002 Spielberg film, but now the future-set pilot has its first original lead. Not only has Anchorman 2 star Meagan Good landed the leading role, so too has one of the film’s Pre-Cogs been recast to deliver the new Minority Report.
As 'Anchorman 2' has begun shooting, casting is now filling in quite nicely, and on top of the core five of Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, David Koechner, and Christina Applegate, and new additions Kristen Wiig and James Marsden, now Meagan Good and Dylan Baker have officially joined the cast.