Will Arnett and David Cross
In an attempt to rebrand itself, IFC is developing a new slate of comedic programming, highlighted by a real show from a fake-news organization and a sitcom from two Arrested Development alums.
IFC's new tagline: "Always on. Slightly off."
"It's a perspective and attitude we share with our audience, who crave the kinds of unconventional stories, characters, talent, execution, and above all, authenticity, we provide," Jennifer Caserta, executive vice president and general manager of IFC, said Tuesday in announcing the lineup.
Working together for the first time since their Arrested days, David Cross and Will Arnett will collaborate on ...
The fate of 24 has yet to be determined, but Howard Gordon, the show's executive producer, has already lined up his next project.
Gordon will adapt the Israeli series Prisoners of War for U.S. audiences, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In the Israeli drama, three soldiers return home after being held captive in Syria for 17 years. The U.S. import, tentatively titled Patriots, will center on three American soldiers presumed dead after the 2003 ...
Brotherhood alum Jason Clarke has been tapped to headline Fox's police drama pilot Ride-Along, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
To be set and filmed in Chicago, Ride-Along tells the story of Clarke's Det. Jarek Wysocki, a local legend who struggles to eradicate the city's violence and corruption. The pilot was created ...
CBS has ordered up Beat the Chefs — its first culinary reality series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The show will pit professional chefs against skilled ...