IN THE KNOW
WITH ANDREW FENTON
Alan Davies will return as Jonathan Creek in a new special to mark the show’s 20th anniversary.
Season three of Penny Dreadful returns to Showcase on May 4.
Production has started on season four of Sherlock.
Homeland’s sixth season will be based in New York.
Vinyl’s co-creator and showrunner Terence Winter has left the series over “creative differences”.
Paul Adelstein (Prison Break, Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce) will star opposite Hugh Laurie in Chance for Hulu, based on Kem Nunn’s novel.
There will not be a second season for The Night Manager, according to stars Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie.
The Wire and Banshee star Frankie Faison will be a series regular on Shonda Rhimes’ new comedy Toast.
Lucifer and Rosewood have both been renewed.
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman’s new series Outcast premieres on FX on June 4.
Dick Wolf is developing an anthology series called Law and Order: True Crime, with the first season telling the story of the Menendez Brothers, who killed their parents in 1989.
Melissa McCarthy (below) has confirmed she’ll return to Gilmore Girls.
Misfits is getting a US remake, from the team behind Gilmore Girls.