ABC has announced the premiere dates for its prime time broadcasts. They are:
September 16th: "Dancing With the Stars"
September 20th: "Last Man Standing," "The Neighbors," "Shark Tank"
September 23rd: "Castle"
September 24th: "The Goldbergs" (NEW), "Lucky 7" (NEW), "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" (NEW), "Trophy Wife" (NEW)
September 25th: "Back in the Game" (NEW), "The Middle," "Modern Family," "Nashville"
September 26th: "Grey's Anatomy"
September 29th: "Betrayal" (NEW), "Once Upon a Time," "Revenge"
October 2nd: "Super Fun Night" (NEW)
October 3rd: "Scandal"
October 10th: "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland"
Jay and Mark Duplass are set to produce the half-hour comedy series "Togetherness" for HBO in 2014.
The story follows two couples living under the same roof who struggle to keep their relationships alive while pursuing their individual dreams. [Source: The Live Feed]
Dynamite Entertainment is bringing NBC's cancelled "Heroes" back in comic book form. The new comic will be written by Cullen Bunn.
The story is being described as essentially a continuation of the TV series, but each issue will focus on one or two characters only rather than cross jumping story lines like the show. [Source: Heat Vision]
Showtime has renewed its freshman series "Ray Donovan" for a second season. Liev Schreiber stars in the series as a fixer to Hollywood's rich and famous.
The project had the cable network's highest-rated series debut ever, and the second and third episodes grew from the pilot - both earning 2.2 million viewers for the night. [Source: The Live Feed]