Fox Developing 'Hellfire' Series; Bryan Singer In As EP
Fox is in development on an action-adventure series, Hellfire (working title), it was announced today by David Madden, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company.
Things are certainly looking bright for the freshman Fox series Rosewood.
First, the network ordered three additional scripts and now comes the news that veteran actor Taye Diggs will be joining the series in a recurring role.
It seems like not only do the fans want more Bob's Burgers, but the FOX network does as well.
FOX has renewed Bobs Burgers for a seventh and eighth season of the Emmy Award-winning animated series, it was announced today by David Madden, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company.
FOX is developing an explosive new event series from Gina Prince-Bythewood (“Beyond the Lights,” “The Secret Life of Bees,” “Love & Basketball”) and Reggie Rock Bythewood (“Beyond the Lights,” “Notorious”), that examines the dangerous aftermath of a police shooting when an African-American cop kills a white teen in Tennessee.
We know that the truth is out there and it's getting closer and closer!
Continuing its push towards the premiere of The X-Files limited series, FOX will be debuting a two-part trailer during its series Gotham and Minority Report.
While one new girl takes a short leave, another new girl will take her place.
As reported by both TVLine and Entertainment Weekly, actress Megan Fox will be joining the season 5 cast of New Girl in a multi-episode arc while Zooey Deschanel continues maternity leave.
The truth is out there yet again!
On Saturday, Oct. 10, Fox brings the episode to the Main Stage of the Javits Center during the sold-out fan event New York Comic Con for its U.S premiere, followed by a Q&A with Carter, the episode’s writer/director, and series star David Duchovny.
In January of 2016, FOX will be bringing back its iconic television series The X-Files for a six episode limited event series.
Once again, we will get to see the adventures of Agents Mulder and Scully along with the return of other memorable characters including The Smoking Man and Assistant Director Walter Skinner.
You can add another showrunner exiting a series before its television debut.
Deadline is reporting that Grag Malins, who was the showrunner and executive producer on The Grinder, has decided to leave the series.
Things are about to get a little bit more interesting with the upcoming X-Files revival.
Entertainment Weekly is reporting that the upcoming event series has cast two new agents. Robbie Amell and Lauren Ambrose will be joining the limited series as agents Miller and Einstein.