TV News: Bosch, Thrones, Fosters, Broad, Red

Bosch
After success with numerous comedies, Amazon Studios has announced a February 13th premiere date on Amazon Prime Instant Video for its first original drama series “Bosch”.

The ten-episode adaptation of “The Lincoln Lawyer” author Michael Connelly’s best-selling Harry Bosch book series stars Titus Welliver as the LAPD homicide detective seeking a child killer who escapes custody and begins a murderous rampage across Los Angeles. [Source: Deadline]

Game of Thrones
IMAX and HBO have pushed back the theatrical screenings of two episodes of “Game of Thrones” by one week. Instead of a January 23rd launch, the two final episodes of the show’s fourth season will run from January 29th through February 5th.

The delay also allows an expansion from 150 to up to 200 screens for the event due to fan demand. The screening event will also include the worldwide debut of an exclusive trailer for the fifth season. [Source: The L.A. Times]

The Fosters
ABC Family has given a third-season renewal to its family drama “The Fosters”. ‘Fosters’ follows complicated sprawling family headed by two moms. Teri Polo, Sherri Saum and Jake T. Austin star. The show completed the second half of its second season from January 19th.

Broad City
Comedy Central is has ordered a ten-episode third season of “Broad City” ahead of the show’s second season debut tonight. The odd couple comedy follows two broke, flawed best friends navigating their twenties in New York City and is the No. 1 new cable comedy among Comedy Central’s core male 18 to 34 demographic. [Source: Variety]

Red Band Society
Fox’s hospital drama series “Red Band Society” is officially dead. Since Fox’s cancellation of the series, the show’s producers Amblin TV and ABC Studios have been trying to shop around the series to see if anyone else were interested in picking it up.

Fox reportedly offered the series a summer run with a reduced license fee, an economic model the show can’t sustain, and so that won’t be happening. They then tried shopping the show to other outlets but couldn’t find it a new home. The four final unaired episodes will run on January 31st and February 7th. [Source: Deadline]