Amid all the flurry of Upfronts renewals and cancellations, last weeks saw rumors that CBS’ flagship CSI would close its doors for good, leaving only spinoff Cyber on the air for an additional season. Now, the network has confirmed CSI will close out with a two-hour movie returning some of the procedural’s biggest names, while Ted Danson will find a new home with the Cyber folk.
News of FX’s ‘Fargo’ season 2 had proven slow outside the casting of ‘Breaking Bad’ star Jesse Plemons and Kirsten Dunst, but like a Brainerd snowfall, it’ll bury us all, you betcha! Not only has Patrick Wilson joined the cast as our new Lou Solverson, but so too will the ‘Insidious’ star be joined by Ted Danson, ‘Parks and Rec’'s Nick Offerman, Kieran Culkin, Brad Garrett…it’s a lot, okay? There’s a gosh-darn lot of ‘em.
The CBS brass have gone on record stating their 2013 development season might not contain as many surprises as the other networks, what with the plethora of successful series in no need of replacement or filler. The eye network certainly holds the market as far as long-running procedurals as well, earlier renewing 'NCIS' for an eleventh season, and today renewing 'CSI' for an astonishing fourteenth season. Ted Danson will be on board again, so find out who from 'CSI' will reprise their roles inside!
Back in 2011, 'Bored to Death' fans were disappointed (albeit not entirely surprised) to hear that HBO would decline a fourth season of the Jonathan Ames-written, Jason Schwartzman-starring noir comedy. Early this year, however, we were equally surprised and delighted to hear that HBO had officially green-lit development of a TV movie to wrap up the series, but what might change in between season 3 and the movie? Series creator Jonathan Ames himself previews what Jonathan, Ray and Christopher will get up to in the 'Bored to Death' movie inside!
Months ago, 'Bored to Death' fans were disappointed, though not altogether surprised to learn that HBO had opted not to produce a fourth season of the critically acclaimed, yet underrated and star-studded series. As with any cancelled TV series, talk of a revival movie immediately began, but now it seems HBO has officially added a 'Bored to Death' movie to its development slate! Find out who will return for a potential 'Bored to Death' movie inside!