"Project Blue Book" to Tackle Roswell in Season Two (16 hours ago)
While Roswell was not a Blue Book case, the series stars recognized General Harding in a TV appearance about the incident, in which a rancher talks about how he found the wreckage -- er, debris -- on a neighboring field to his property.
The article includes a trailer that should set the tone for next season.
Season Ten of "The Walking Dead" is Coming. (16 hours ago)
And chances are good fans want to see what's in store for that season ... and since that's the case, they'll probably want to see a trailer while they're at it.
I know I did, so if you do as well, then you should go here.
"'Supergirl' vs. Lena Luthor?" (16 hours ago)
In addition to this forthcoming battle, apparently Kara has a new costume ... and you can read about both -- and watch a new trailer -- here.
'MasterChef: Junior' Renewed For Season 8 (16 hours ago)
Fox announced today that MasterChef: Junior has been picked up for an eighth season. The good news comes the month following its Season 7 finale, with the pint-sized culinary competition eyeing a mid-season return in 2019-2020.
Since its premiere in 2013, the MasterChef spin-off has been a reliable performer for the network. Sticking to the tried and true format, the cooking competition features children showcasing their culinary talents in a series of challenges and cook-offs. Host and award-winning Chef Gordon Ramsay is joined by guest judges as they coach the promising young chefs to cook like professionals.
Joining the show as a judge for Season 8 will be Daphne Oz, a TV host, author, and chef. Additionally, contestants will cook up meals for diners at a renaissance fair and a motocross track.
'Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.' To End With Season 7 (16 hours ago)
It was announced today that Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will be coming to an end after its already-ordered seventh season. The timing of news, which comes midway through Season 6, gives showrunners plenty of time to craft a proper ending to the veteran drama.
Premiering back in 2013, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is the longest-running series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. At over 100 episodes, its lengthy run has been impressive by any standards. Like most shows of this age, its current ratings leave a lot to be desired, but its core audience still gives it decent numbers in its Friday night time slot, where it moved to in Season 5.
Look for the seventh and final season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.in the summer of 2020.
NBC Universal Revives 'A.P. Bio' (16 hours ago)
Word is out that NBC Universal is reviving A.P. Bio for a third season on its upcoming streaming service. The good news comes two months after the comedy was cancelled following two low-rated seasons on NBC.
Created by Mike O'Brien and produced by Seth Meyers, the comedy premiered in 2018 as a mid-season entry that ultimately garnered mixed reviews and underwhelming viewership. Still, it was renewed for a second go-round, though its sophomore run did not improve its fortunes and it was axed in June.
Today's revival makes A.P. Bio the first confirmed original series on the as-yet-unnamed streaming service, which is set to debut sometime in 2020. While the show's return date has not been announced, Season 3 will likely premiere when the service launches.
'Archer' Renewed For Season 11 (16 hours ago)
FXX announced at its Comic-Con panel this weekend that Archer has been renewed for an 11th season. It has been three years since the animated comedy's last pickup, which was a three-season order back in 2016.
The show is nearing the end of its 10th season, with two episodes remaining until its finale on July 31. This is its third season on FXX after moving over from its original home on FX in 2017.
Look for Season 11 of Archer in 2020.
'Impractical Jokers' Renewed For Season 9 (16 hours ago)
TruTV announced today that Impractical Jokers has been picked up for a ninth season. The veteran hidden camera prank series, which is currently airing its eighth season, has remained a top performer for the cable network.
The series stars members of comedy troupe "The Tenderloins", who coerce each other into pulling hidden-camera pranks on the unsuspecting public without knowing the details of the gag until moments before they actually do it. The remaining members of the group stay behind the scenes where they feed lines to the prankster's earpiece.
TruTV has ordered another 26 episodes of Impractical Jokers for Season 9, which will premiere in 2020. In the meantime, new episodes of Season 8 resume airing on August 8.
'The Orville' Moving To Hulu (16 hours ago)
It was announced today that The Orville will be moving to Hulu for its upcoming third season. Creator Seth MacFarlane broke the news at the show's Comic-Con panel, stating that production changes for Season 3 would delay its release and that the streaming service would be a better fit for its schedule needs.
The hour-long space dramedy is coming off a strong creative sophomore run which helped strengthen its already-loyal fan base. Its mix of thought-provoking sci-fi story lines and witty humour have helped it carve out an underserved niche in the television landscape.
Look for Season 3 of The Orville to premiere on Hulu in late 2020.
Amazon Renews 'The Boys' (16 hours ago)
Amazon announced today that The Boys has been picked up for a second season. The good news comes a week before the new superhero drama premieres its first season on the online giant's Prime Video streaming service.
Based on the comic book by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, the series is set in a world where powerful and revered superheroes abuse their powers instead of using them for good. To combat this, a superpowered CIA squad is tasked with monitoring the community and exposing the truth about The Seven, and Vought – the multi-billion dollar conglomerate that manages these superheroes and covers up all of their dirty secrets.
Season 1 of The Boys premieres on July 26 on Amazon Prime Video.
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