An episode of Fuller House will bring Candace Cameron Bure and Kirk Cameron on the same screen for the first time since 1988.
ITV has announced their upcoming miniseries Des will star David Tennant as real-life serial killer and necrophile Dennis Nilsen.
Juliette Lewis and Christina Ricci join Destroyer and The Invitation director Karyn Kusama and Showtime's upcoming cannibal survival pilot Yellowjackets.
Clive Owen will co-star alongside Beanie Feldstein as Monica Lewinsky in Impeachment: American Crime Story.
Marvel Studios is starting to move ahead with a lot of its MCU programming, including the Loki series, which begins shooting early next year.
Scream Queens original cast, including Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts, Lea Michelle, Abigail Breslin, and Billie Lourd are all in to return for another season.
Original Gossip Girl narrator Kristen Bell will be reprising the role for the upcoming sequel series at HBO Max.
CBS is looking to reboot The Equalizer on the small screen, with Queen Latifah set to star in a planned pilot.
Eleven and the gang will be getting some company in Stranger Things season 4 as new characters are set to enter the fold.
Big Shot is coming to Disney+ starring John Stamos from TV heavyweight David E. Kelley.
Netflix has announced three more additions to the upcoming comedy from Steve Carell and Greg Daniels.
Game of Thrones star Joseph Mawle will portray the lead villain in the upcoming Lord of the Rings series from Amazon Studios.
Matthew Lillard told The Walkind Dead fans he auditioned for Negan and was the runner-up behind Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
Joel Edgerton hints at his possible return as Owen Lars in the Obi-Wan Kenobi series but remains tight-lipped.
Stephen Lobo will star as The Spectre in The CW's ArrowVerse crossover Crisis on Infinite Earths.
The new take on Stephen King's The Stand adds more all-star cast members to the apocalypse.
The CW series Black Lightning will bring in Wayne Brady as Tyson "Gravedigger" Sykes starting in early 2020.
Rachel Maddow is heading to Gotham City to switch things up from all of the MSNBC political talk.
More casting announcements have been confirmed for Ryan Murphy's next Netflix series starring Darren Criss.