If you thought Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes had carte blanche at ABC, wait until you see her on Netflix. The famed Shondaland has officially gone streaming with a major new Netflix development deal that’s bound to have ABC reeling.
We’re starting to a see a bizarre revival trend in which shows like Will & Grace completely ignore their finales in favor of a comeback. So too is Roseanne confirmed to ignore its meta-twist ending, because what’s Roseanne without John Goodman’s Dan?
Live network musicals are still pretty hit and miss, and some don’t get the chance to have their voices heard. Case in point, The Little Mermaid will remain under ABC for the time being, cancelling October plans for a live adaptation.
Surprised though we were that Roseanne was next on the list for revival, we knew ABC would put up a fight to host it. So it is, that the broadcast network has beaten out Netflix for the chance to bring back Roseanne, currently eying the return for midseason.
Even gladiators must fall. So it is, that Olivia Pope may have officially handled her last Scandal, with reports claiming the Kerry Washington-Shonda Rhimes drama will come to an end with the seventh season next year.
You’re not living in a parallel universe, but you might as well get used to the phrase “American Idol, live from ABC!” The reality singing hit is officially coming back for another round, moving from its FOX home in a surprising upset for the major networks.
No one knew for sure how Marvel’s ABC Inhumans would translate from page to screen, let alone on a more TV-friendly budget, and our first look is … not great, Bob. Check out Black Bolt, Medusa and the rest, along with new details on production.
Love or hate the final seasons of LOST, there’s little denying the mythology got a bit … abstract toward the end, between light-filled island corks and temples. That said, producers now reveal that the final episodes were meant to introduce an island volcano that tied things together, …
The late-night wars have seen a surprising shift in recent months, as Colbert’s Late Show begins to overtake Fallon’s Tonight Show ratings, but might we be in for another shake-up soon? Perhaps over at ABC, as Jimmy Kimmel is apparently considering leaving Jimmy Kimmel Live! in 2019.