Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - WEEK IN MOVIES -

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.

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