TV News: Arrow, Day, Eyewitness, Shibden, Grace

Arrow
“Arrow” showrunners have confirmed that while the identity of this season’s villain Prometheus has been unveiled, secondary bad guy Vigilante won’t be unmasked this season.

Producer Marc Guggenheim says this week: “We know the answer to [who’s under Vigilante’s mask]. You probably will not get the answer to that in season 5.” [Source: Screen Crush]

One Day At a Time
Netflix has officially renewed its dramedy series “One Day at a Time” for a second season following the first’s premiere in January.

The first season of thirteen episodes is a remake of the 1970s sitcom follows three generations of a Cuban-American family living under the same roof. [Source: THR]

Eyewitness
USA Network has opted to cancel its drama “Eyewitness” after one low-rated season. Julianne Nicholson starred in the remake of the Norwegian crime thriller “Oyevitne” which centered on two innocent teenage boys who witness a shooting in the forest and barely escape with their lives.

Desperate to keep their relationship a secret and in fear of being found by the shooter, they remain silent, but soon learn that what has been seen cannot be unseen and witnessing such a horrible event changes everything. [Source: The Live Feed]

Shibden Hall
HBO and BBC One are partnering on the eight-episode drama series “Shibden Hall” from BAFTA-winning writer Sally Wainwright (“Happy Valley”). The series is a Lookout Point production for the BBC and co-produced with HBO.

Set in West Yorkshire in 1832, the epic story follows remarkable landowner Anne Lister who returns after years of exotic travel and social climbing. She is determined to transform the fate of her faded ancestral home, Shibden Hall, in Halifax and plans to marry a woman. [Source: Deadline]

Grace and Frankie
Netflix has premiered the third season trailer for hit comedy series “Grace and Frankie” starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. It begins with the pair having a rough time getting their vibrator business off the ground.

At the same time their exes Robert (Martin Sheen) and Sol (Sam Waterston) are settling into their new home. The thirteen-episode third season launches March 24th on Netflix.