TV News: NCIS, Squid, Alex, Animaniacs, Nash
CBS’ new freshman dramas “NCIS: Hawai’i” and “FBI: International” have scored full-season orders for the 2021-2022 broadcast season. The shows are averaging 9.3 million and 8.79 million viewers an episode respectively and helping the network win both their timeslots and ‘nights’. [Source: Variety]
Netflix has dropped a new featurette offering a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the Korean series that has become a global sensation.
Specifically, the eight-minute piece goes into both the origin of the series over a decade ago and the creation of the six games that the players are forced to compete in.
IMDb TV has premiered the new trailer for the second season of the action teenage spy series “Alex Rider” which returns December 3rd exclusively on the service.
The second season picks up with a shaken Alex (Otto Farrant) trying to return to a normal life. When his close friend’s father is attacked, he is pulled back into the world of espionage and goes head-on with tech billionaire Damian Cray (Toby Stephens).
Hulu has released a new clip from the second season of its “Animaniacs” revival. The clip sees Yakko, Wakko, and Dot doing Thundercats-esque action ahead of the new thirteen-episode run launching in its entirety on November 5th on Hulu.
USA Network has announced its two-hour film followup to the classic late 1990s series “Nash Bridges” which will premiere on November 27th. Don Johnson and Cheech Marin return as elite investigators for the San Francisco Police SVU. [Source: USA]