Dietland
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Sacred Games, The Deuce, Forgotten renewed; The Deuce, Dietland cancelled; Veronica Mars rescued; + more

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German TV

  • Trailer for TNT Serie/HBO Europe’s Hackerville

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US TV show casting

US TV

US TV show casting

  • Kelly Ripa to guest on ABC’s American Housewife

New US TV shows

New US TV show casting

  • Andy Favreau, Naomi Ekoperigin, Carla Jimenez et al to guest on ABC’s Single Parents
  • Kadeem Hardison to recur on Showtime’s Black Monday
  • Bellamy Young/Mellie Grant to guest on ABC’s Whiskey Cavalier
  • Alan Tudyk to star in Syfy’s Resident Alien
  • Bethany Joy Lenz replaces Rebecca Rittenhouse, Isabel Arraiza, Eli Goree and Morgan Spector join USA’s Suits spin-off
Anna Torv in Foxtel (Australia)'s Secret City
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Viaplay’s Cold Courage; Sacha Baron Cohen: Spy; BET’s Boomerang adaptation; + more

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Australian TV

  • Trailer for Foxtel’s Picnic at Hanging Rock
  • Don Hany, Andrew MacFarlane, Joel Toebeck et al join Foxtel’s Secret City: Under the Eagle

Scandinavian TV

US TV

US TV show casting

  • Tig Notaro to guest on CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery
  • Peyton List, Wayne Brady, Graham McTavish et al to recur on USA’s Colony

New US TV shows

  • BET green lights: series adaptation of Boomerang, loose Don Cornelius biopic American Soul and comedy Peachtree Place
  • Universal developing: adaptation of Image Comics’ Injection
Worzel Gummidge
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Star Trek’s new Captain Pike; a new Worzel Gummidge; The Quad cancelled; + more

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  • BBC developing: adaptation of Barbara Euphan Todd’s Worzel Gummidge books

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High Maintenance
International TV

What have you been watching? Including High Maintenance and Star Trek: Discovery

It’s “What have you been watching?”, your chance to recommend anything you’ve been watching this week

For once, I actually managed to watch and review all the TV I promised to watch and review last week. Well done me. True, Boxset Monday ended up as Boxset Tuesday, but that’s largely because Squinters turned out not to be Boxset Monday-worthy material.

Elsewhere, you’ll find reviews of:

Later in the week, I’ll be dealing with HBO’s Here and Now, as well as anything else that pops up despite the Winter Olympics. But today, there’s the latest episodes of the current roster of regulars: Baron Noir, Black Lightning, Corporate, Counterpart and The Magicians. Star Trek: Discovery‘s season finale has aired, too, but taking its place in the viewing queue is the returning DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Lastly, it turned out that High Maintenance returned a few weeks ago without my noticing, so I’ve been playing catch-up with that.

See you after the jump.

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Volker Bruch as Gereon Rath in Babylon Berlin
International TV

What have you been watching? Including Babylon Berlin (season two), Counterpart and The Alienist

It’s “What have you been watching?”, your chance to recommend anything you’ve been watching this week

Gosh, it’s been a busy old week, hasn’t it? Elsewhere, I’ve posted third- and fourth-episode verdicts on The Resident (US: Fox; UK: Universal Channel), Corporate (US: Comedy Central) and Burden of Truth (Canada: CBC), and that’s on top of reviewing the first episode of The Alienist (US: TNT; UK: Netflix).

Some time in the next few days I’ll be taking a gander at Let’s Get Physical (US: Pop), and passing a third-episode verdict on Black Lightning (US: The CW; UK: Netflix). I’m also knuckling down to try to watch all of Netflix’s Altered Carbon in time for a Boxset Monday. Let’s see how that goes.

But today, it’s time to look at the regulars. SEAL Team and Will & Grace are on a break right now, but Engrenages (Spiral), Happy!, The Magicians and Star Trek: Discovery will all be getting my considered opinions, as will The Brave and Great News season finales (which will probably be their series finales, to be honest).

On top of that, Counterpart has now started in earnest, there’s a new episode of The Alienist and Amazon’s started dishing out two episodes of season two of Baron Noir at time (although I’ve not had time to watch today’s two new episodes, just the first two). And although it didn’t quite merit a full Boxset Monday treatment, I did watch all of season two of Babylon Berlin this week.

That’s all after the jump – see you in a mo.

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