02 November 2017

Matt LeBlanc's 'Man With a Plan' Season 2 Takes 'Me, Myself & I' Slot

[CBS Press Release]

CBS announced today the comedy series "Man With a Plan" starring Matt LeBlanc will premiere its second season Monday, Nov. 13 at 8:30 p.m. EST on the CBS Television Network. Freshman comedy "9JKL" moves to 9:30 p.m. EST on Nov. 6. "Me, Myself & I" will return to the schedule at a later date.

Matt LeBlanc is the man with a plan. 
CBS' Revamped Schedule

Monday, Nov. 6
8:00-8:30 PM    KEVIN CAN WAIT
8:30-9:00 PM    THE BIG BANG THEORY (rebroadcast)
9:00-9:30 PM    SUPERIOR DONUTS
9:30-10:00 PM    9JKL (new time)
10:00-11:00 PM    SCORPION

Monday, Nov. 13
8:00-8:30 PM    KEVIN CAN WAIT
8:30-9:00 PM    MAN WITH A PLAN 
9:00-9:30 PM    SUPERIOR DONUTS
9:30-10:00 PM    9JKL
10:00-11:00 PM    SCORPION

31 October 2017

'The X-Files' Season 11 Returns in 2018, Teaser Out

[Press Release from FOX]

"THE X-FILES" EVENT SERIES RETURNS TO FOX FOR A 10-EPISODE SECOND INSTALLMENT IN 2018

"The X-Files" originally premiered on September, 10 1993. Over the course of its nine-season run, the influential series went from breakout sci-fi favorite to massive global hit, and became one of the most successful television dramas of all time. The show, which earned 16 Emmy Awards, five Golden Globes and a Peabody Award, follows FBI special agents Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson), as they investigate unexplained cases - X-Files - for which the only answers involve paranormal phenomena.

An all-new second chapter of "The X-Files"  event series is currently in production for a premiere in 2018. Series creator Chris Carter returns as executive producer, writer and director, with stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson returning in their iconic roles.

Produced by 20th Century Fox Television and Ten Thirteen Productions, "The X-Files"  is created and executive-produced by Chris Carter. Series veteran Glen Morgan also serves as an executive producer.



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28 October 2017

'Les Miserables' Event Series on BBC Drops The Weinstein Company

A six-part miniseries adaptation of "Les Miserables" is heading to the small screen. Its production originally involved BBC Studios, Lookout Point and The Weinstein Company (TWC) but the latter company was recently dropped from the project following Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment scandal.

"House of Cards" writer Andrew Davies wrote BBC's adaptation of "Les Miserables."

Deadline confirmed that TWC will no longer be producing nor distributing "Les Miserables" for U.S. television. Instead, BBC Worldwide will take over the markets outside of the U.K. but TWC's departure won't affect the show's production.

Weinstein was heavily involved in developing "Les Miserables" for television in 2016.  He said the upcoming miniseries will be a "modern and yet respectful" take on Victor Hugo's celebrated classic novel. Weinstein also said that the TV version will be "completely different" from the popular stage musical.