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TCA 2018: All the latest TV news from the summer press tour

Once again, the major broadcast networks and streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon are making the trek to the Beverly Hilton to promote their upcoming programming with members of the Television Critics Assn. Keep checking back for the latest news on programs and more.

You liked the stories and podcast. Here's what to expect from 'Dirty John' as a Bravo scripted series

If the podcast and articles weren’t enough, “Dirty John,” the popular true-crime yarn from the Los Angeles Times that had people hooked, can soon be consumed as a scripted series on Bravo. And the show’s producers are hoping to sweep viewers off their feet much like the titular John.

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' co-creator promises the show will feel the same, hints at possible #MeToo story line

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine” doesn’t officially make its triumphant comeback on its new homebase at NBC until next year, but the promises are starting now that the show’s only difference will be that it’ll be better.

The Amy Poehler-produced 'I Feel Bad' looks at the challenges facing working women — including in the writers room

Produced by Amy Poehler, the new half-hour comedy "I Feel Bad" tries to take an honest look at a working woman's effort to "have it all."

'A Million Little Things' creator says the show is 'not romanticizing' suicide

As a show whose premise revolves around a group of friends grappling with the suicide of one of their own, the new ABC drama “A Million Little Things” heads into the fall TV season in a delicate position.

Mickey Mouse turns 90 this year, and ABC is celebrating with a two-hour TV special

Mickey Mouse turns 90 this year, and ABC is honoring him with a star-studded TV special scheduled for the fall. The network on Tuesday revealed more details about the forthcoming special.

Streaming has been a boon to Showtime, network chief David Nevins says

Stand-alone streaming subscribers are boosting the CBS unit to a new subscriber high.

Showtime series ‘Kidding’ fits Jim Carrey and his search for authenticity

Creator Dave Holstein and star Jim Carrey talk about their new Showtime series "Kidding" at the Television Critics Assn. press tour.

'Riverdale' is getting a flashback episode based on a much darker version of 'The Breakfast Club'

The parents of "Riverdale" and showrunners discuss what's coming up on Season 3.

With 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' preparing for its swan song, here are 5 things to know about the final season

Things will look and feel different in more ways than one when “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” returns for its final season.

The speculation can stop: Showtime confirms 'Homeland' will end after its eighth season

Showtime has officially confirmed the eighth season of “Homeland” will be its last.

'Charmed' reboot cast and creators on why the new series reflects today's cultural climate

The show runners and cast of the CW's "Charmed" talk about what it means to update the original for 2018 at TCA.

LeBron James to executive produce Showtime docuseries, 'Shut Up and Dribble'

The Showtime docuseries "Shut Up and Dribble," executive produced by LeBron James, will take "a powerful inside look at the changing role of athletes in our fraught cultural and political environment,” according to the network.

From South Central to Beverly Hills — the CW's teen football drama 'All American' promises a new take on the classic genre

"All American" tells the real life story of ex-professional football player Spencer Paysinger.

Reunited 'Murphy Brown' cast talks show's comeback and allegations against CBS chief during its TCA panel

Candice Bergen, Diane English and the cast of a reunited "Murphy Brown" talk about their return and impressions of the allegations against CBS chief Les Moonves in their presentation at TCA.

CBS entertainment chief Kelly Kahl says harassment allegations at the company 'need to be taken seriously'

While the company is being investigated, CBS President Kelly Kahl said CBS Entertainment is a safe workplace.

Dick Wolf at TCA stresses that his CBS series 'FBI' will be apolitical

At TCA on Sunday, 'Law & Order' creator Dick Wolf talks about his move to CBS with 'FBI,' and what, if any, implications are in his show at a time when the agency has become politicized in some corners of our discourse.

CBS' '60 Minutes' executive producer Jeff Fager extends vacation amid harassment scandal

The "60 Minutes" executive producer has come under sharp criticism for allegedly allowing a workplace that is hostile to women, a claim that Fager has denied.

Ryan Murphy talks 'Pose' at TCA as well as how his Netflix deal will shape his future work

Ryan Murphy and the cast and creators of 'Pose' talk about trans representation as Ryan Murphy talks about what's ahead for his work on his Fox and FX shows as his Netflix deal looms.

'American Horror Story' gets a 10th season; Jessica Lange sets franchise return

Jessica Lange will return for the upcoming ninth installment of "American Horror Story."

'Sons of Anarchy' spinoff 'Mayans MC' will have its own distinct vibe, says creator Kurt Sutter

Kurt Sutter, Elgin James and Edward James Olmos talked about the "Sons of Anarchy" spinoff "Mayans" at TCA summer tour in Beverly Hills

FX chief John Landgraf says 'peak TV' is still ascending

But the executive said FX does not want to dilute its quality reputation just to make more shows.

FX announces a 'Shogun' remake and a Silicon Valley-set limited series thriller

FX announced new series that included work from the creators of "Ex Machina" and a remake of "Shogun."

Chris Rock will star in the fourth season of FX's 'Fargo'

Chris Rock will star in the forthcoming Season 4 of FX's "Fargo."

Revived on Fox, 'Last Man Standing' tries to cast a wide net at TCA

Given a new life on Fox after being canceled a year ago by ABC, the panel presentation for Tim Allen's "Last Man Standing" tried to emphasize it's broader appeal — but politics kept butting in.

Fox spotlights multiple generations of child stars in its TCA panel on 'The Passage'

Mark-Paul Gosselaar stars in Fox's adaptation of Justin Cronin's novel "The Passage," but that didn't keep a moment from "Saved by the Bell" from coming up at TCA.

Connie Britton isn't taking emergency calls anymore on '9-1-1,' but Jennifer Love Hewitt is answering

Jennifer Love Hewitt takes the reins — or, rather, the headset — on Fox's "9-1-1."

Fox announces a '24' reboot and several new competition series

During TCA 2018, Fox announced new series, including two comedy series, two "24"-based dramas and three competition shows.

'New Fox' will turn back the clock on network ownership of shows

After Fox's TV studio merges with Disney, the network will welcome shows from studios that do not have a broadcast outlet.

PBS 'Frontline' special 'The Facebook Dilemma' outpaces the scary stories on other networks

A PBS presentation on an upcoming two-part 'Frontline' special called 'The Facebook Dilemma' offers a timely, scary look at the power of the social media giant.

Betty White is trending and it's all good: PBS plans tribute to 'First Lady' of TV

Ten years in the making, PBS' upcoming documentary 'Betty White: First Lady of Television" looked at the career of a showbiz great at the TCA summer press tour.

TCA 2018: Matt Groening's 'Disenchantment' draws from 'Broad City' and 'The Eric Andre Show' for Netflix

The panel presentation for Netflix's 'Disenchantment — the latest series from 'Simpsons' creator Matt Groening — draws from its cast as much of its creators.

TCA 2018: Producer Chuck Lorre avoids questions about Les Moonves allegations

While promoting his new Netflix comedy, “The Kominsky Method,” veteran producer Chuck Lorre was asked to weigh in on the bombshell report involving CBS Corp. chief Less Moonves. But he avoided commenting on the allegations.

TCA 2018: Four new Netflix series are coming, including one starring Octavia Spencer

In case you were worried you weren’t giving Netflix enough hours of your precious life, the streaming service has announced four new television series that will join its ever-expanding slate.

TCA 2018: Netflix sets premiere date for 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina'

Netflix’s dark take on “Sabrina the Teenage Witch" will make its debut in time for Halloween.

TCA 2018: Netflix's Cindy Holland says 'taste communities' help drive programming

The streaming service also announced a new limited series, “Madam C.J. Walker,” starring Ocatvia Spencer as the real-life entrepreneur and businesswoman.

TCA 2018: Eli Roth considers what scares us with his AMC documentary series 'History of Horror'

AMC offered a tease of the latest installment of its documentary series "Visionaries" with "Eli Roth's History of Horror" at TCA.

Amazon teams with Russo Brothers for global TV series

Amazon Studios is teaming with the Russo Brothers for an ambitious new global TV project, it was announced Saturday at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Beverly Hills.

TCA 2018: Julia Roberts and Dermot Mulroney are together again in Amazon's 'Homecoming'

Julia Roberts and Dermot Mulroney, who costarred in "My Best Friend's Wedding" and "August: Osage County," team up again in Amazon's "Homecoming."

Here's what to expect when 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' returns for its second season

While a premiere date has not yet been announced for the second season of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," here’s what we learned about what's in store from the Television Critics Assn. press tour on Saturday.

TCA 2018: Amazon executive trio shows off its 'Mod Squad' cred

Change was apparent for Amazon Studios’ programming presentation during the Television Critics Assn. conference Saturday. Jennifer Salke, the recently hired head of the Culver City studio, took the opportunity to showcase her democratic approach.

Matthew Weiner's Amazon series 'The Romanoffs' gets October premiere date

Matthew Weiner’s anthology series “The Romanoffs” will begin streaming on Oct. 12, Amazon Prime Video announced Saturday during the Television Critics Assn. summer press tour.

TCA 2018: New series from Nicole Kidman, Lena Waithe are headed to Amazon

Amazon Studios is stocking its programming shelves with new series from Nicole Kidman and Lena Waithe, among others.

TCA 2018: Bobby Brown denies abusing Whitney Houston while promoting 'The Bobby Brown Story'

While promoting BET's "The Bobby Brown Story," things took a tense turn when Brown was asked about past allegations of domestic abuse against his late ex-wife Whitney Houston.

Tom Arnold isn't kidding in talking about his 'Hunt for the Trump Tapes' for Viceland at the TCAs

Viceland presented its new series 'The Hunt for the Trump Tapes' at the TCAs presentation at the Beverly Hilton, taking citizen journalism and political activism to strange levels.

TCA 2018: Investigation Discovery's timely 'Sugar Town' examines a racial divide

Investigation Discovery offered a glimpse of new documentary series 'Sugar Town,' which examines the 2014 shooting death of 22-year-old Victor White III while in police custody in a racially divided Louisiana town.

TCA 2018: Lifetime's 'You' is a stalker romance series for the social media age

"You," Lifetime's newest scripted series, premieres in September. It tells the story of a romance that quickly transforms into a dark obsession.

TCA 2018: Podcast turned HBO series 'Pod Save America' promises 'authentic conversation about politics'

HBO presented its second podcast-turned-TV-series "Pod Save America" at the Television Critics Association press tour.

TCA 2018: Jane Fonda talks '9 to 5' sequel

While promoting an upcoming HBO documentary about her life at the Television Critics Assn. press tour Thursday in Beverly Hills, Jane Fonda talked about the anticipated “9 to 5” sequel that’s in the works.

It took 12 years, but HBO has confirmed the 'Deadwood' movie is happening

HBO has at long last confirmed a “Deadwood” movie is happening.

TCA 2018: HBO kicks off a summer press tour full of industry changes and angst — but there will be a 'Deadwood' movie

With platforms facing new ownership, increased competition and recently sacked stars and execs, this year's TCA is about much more than upcoming shows.

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