The home of the Arrowverse only cancelled a few shows going into the Fall 2018 season and are bringing back two of their old shows, Roswell and Charmed, in addition to some new dramas and comedy.
CBS isn’t doing anything drastically different going into Fall 2018, keeping most of their current shows and doubling down with their new shows with more traditional comedies, crime procedurals and revivals of old shows, like Murphy Brown and Magnum PI.
Fox put a bunch of beloved shows on the butcher’s block and had tons of drama surrounding Lethal Weapon but now that the dust has settled check out what’s renewed, what’s cancelled and what new shows are coming in the fall.
NBC didn’t go as cancel crazy as some of their competitors as Upfront presentations begin and they garnered tons of goodwill for rescuing Brooklyn Nine-Nine. See what’s cancelled, what’s renewed and what’s new from NBC.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into the massive amount of news around the network TV upfronts, the possibility of Blade, Moon Knight and Ghost Rider coming to Netflix, a Buckaroo Banzai TV show from Kevin Smith, the first look at the Assassin’s Creed movie and much more
CBS is entering the comic book show arena with Supergirl along with expanding the story of the movie Limitless and adding a new medical drama and a couple of new comedies.
Tons of news this week in addition to the announcement of all the new TV shows including Harrison Ford being officially approached for the Blade Runner sequel, Universal possibly developing a Namor movie, the passing of a legendary designer, Channing Tatum is Gambit and much more.
The cable channels that know drama and comedy revealed what they have in the works for the Fall season, like The Transporter, cop spoof Angie Tribeca and The Librarians, based on the trilogy of TNT original movies.
NBC is on fairly solid footing with their dramas like The Blacklist, Grimm and Hannibal so it seems like their main focus this fall is new comedies.
Halle Berry stars as astronaut Molly Woods, who completes a 13 month solo mission on a space station but, somehow, arrives home pregnant in this summer’s CBS show, Extant.