TV News: Blue, Daredevil, Eyewitness, Gilmore

Shades of Blue
After five episodes having aired, NBC has renewed Jennifer Lopez’s rookie cop series “Shades of Blue” for a second season. Ray Liotta and Drea de Matteo also star in the show which has been averaging a 2.5 rating and 11.2 million viewers in Live+3 ratings.

No word on the episode count of the second season, though it’s likely to match the thirteen of the first. The series will continue its first season through until April. [Source: The Live Feed]

Daredevil
To celebrate the Chinese New Year, Marvel has released a brief new teaser for the upcoming second season of Netflix’s “Daredevil” which goes live on the service on March 18th.

Eyewitness
“Twilight” and “Thirteen” director Catherine Hardwicke has signed on to direct and executive produce the first two episode of USA Network’s straight-to-series crime thriller “Eyewitness”. Adapted from a Norwegian series, Adi Hasak is serving as showrunner on the series which begins production later this year.

The story centers on two innocent teenage boys who secretly 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 witnessing such a horrible event changes everything. [Source: The Live Feed]

Gilmore Girls
Actor Yanic Truesdale has posted a behind-the-scenes photo taken on the set of Netflix’s upcoming continuation of “Gilmore Girls” which is kicking off production. Truesdale played Michel Gerard in the series and the photo reunited him with his TV boss played by Lauren Graham.

Liza Weil has also been confirmed to be returning in the role of Paris Geller. There is no premiere date at this point for the “Gilmore Girls” revival which is said to consist of four 90-minute movies.