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‘Redliners’ Drama Based On Charlaine Harris Works From Shaun Cassidy, Kelly Sue DeConnick & David Janollari Set At NBC

4 October 2016 5:34 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

After landing a series order at NBC for Midnight, Texas, inspired by the books by best-selling author Charlaine Harris, producer David Janollari has set up another project at the network based on Harris’ literary works. Redliners, which will be written by Emerald City executive producer Shaun Cassidy and comic creator Kelly Sue DeConnick (Pretty Deadly), is based on short stories by Harris, whose books also inspired HBO’s hit vampire drama True Blood. In the tone of Mr. an… »

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Showrunners for New TV Season Remain Mostly White and Male

8 June 2016 10:05 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Despite the success of series like “Black-ish,” “Empire,” and “Fresh Off the Boat,” the broadcast networks’ push for diversity hit a stumbling block with the rollout of the new fall lineup. A Variety investigation into new scripted shows for the 2016-17 season reveals that 90% of showrunners are white, and almost 80% are male.

This is based on information provided by the five broadcast networks, which gave Variety the names of the showrunners of their new scripted programs (a total of 50 across 38 new series). Variety independently confirmed the race and gender of each, via multiple sources. All names and data used for this story is available below. (Showrunner designations were not yet available for four series — two at NBC and two at ABC — and information on those programs was not included in the statistical analysis of the new season.)

Showrunners not only determine the creative direction of their programs; they also oversee the hiring, »

- Maureen Ryan

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Emerald City: NBC Releases First Look Photos for New Oz Series

11 May 2016 4:11 PM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

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Go somewhere over the rainbow, and check out these new photos from the Emerald City TV show coming to NBC. The Peacock Network's journey to Oz features Adria Arjona as a 20 year-old Dorothy Gale. Vincent D’Onofrio is the Wizard. Florence Kasumba plays the Wicked Witch of the East. Oliver Jackson-Cohen is Lucus, the Scarecrow.

The Emerald City TV series is a production of Universal TelevisionDavid Schulner, Shaun Cassidy, and Matt Arnold serve as executive producers.



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The Knick's Juliet Rylance, Defiance's Stephanie Leonidas Join CBS' Summer Mystery Thriller American Gothic

19 January 2016 5:16 PM, PST | | See recent news »

CBS is rounding out the cast of its 13-episode summer series American Gothic, adding The Knick‘s Juliet Rylance and Defiance‘s Stephanie Leonidas as series regulars, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Gabriel Bateman, best known as Dylan McDermott’s son on Stalker, has also boarded the mystery thriller.

The trio join the previously cast Antony Starr (Banshee), Justin Chatwin (Shameless) and Megan Ketch (Jane the Virgin).

RelatedCBS Orders ‘Diverse’ Nancy Drew Pilot; Crime Solver Now an NYPD Detective

From Good Wife/Jane the Virgin scribe Corinne Brinkerhoff and Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television, the drama — which bears no connection to the short-lived, »

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Interviews: 1970s TV Stars Parker Stevenson & Ernest Thomas Reveal a Different Era of Entertainment

1 January 2016 8:15 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Chicago – Television has changed so much in the last generation that it’s hard to imagine a time of only three networks and a limited number of shows premiering every fall. But in the 1970s there were two such TV series, “The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries,” starring Parker Stevenson, and “What’s Happening!!,” starring Ernest Thomas. They both made appearances at the “Hollywood Show” in Chicagoland.

The “Hollywood Show” is an event in which fans can mingle, take photographs and get autographs from the celebrities who appear there, and takes place in Chicago, Los Angeles and Las Vegas. The next session will take place in Los Angeles on January 8th-10th, 2016. For complete details and ticket purchase information, click here.

Parker Stevenson of “The Hardy Boys,” “Baywatch,” “Stroker Ace

Parker Stevenson at the “Hollywood Show’ Chicago

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