TV News: Friday, Grey’s, Spy, Supergirl

Friday Night Lights
As part of a deal with NBCUniversal, all five seasons of the iconic “Friday Night Lights” series has landed at Hulu. The launch comes a few weeks after the series also became available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

The series ran from 2006-2011 and revolved around a high school football team in the fictional town of Dillon, Texas. Kyle Chandler, Connie Britton, Taylor Kitsch, Jesse Plemons, Adrianne Palicki, Minka Kelly, Zach Gilford, and Jurnee Smollett-Bell led the cast. [Source: Hulu]

Grey’s Anatomy
ABC’s longest-running primetime drama series, “Grey’s Anatomy,” has been picked up for another season – its fifteenth to be precise. Only seven dramas in the history of television have had more seasons.

In its current fourteenth season, “Grey’s Anatomy” is ABC’s No. 1 rated drama among Adults 18-49 and among the Top 5 broadcast series on TV. [Source: ABC]

The Spy
“The Americans” actor Noah Emmerich has signed on to star opposite Sacha Baron Cohen in the undercover espionage drama “The Spy” for Netflix. Gideon Raff (“Prisoners of War”) pens and directs the six-episode limited series.

The story follows legendary Israeli spy Eli Cohen (Baron Cohen) who embedded himself into Syrian high society in the early 1960s until he was uncovered and publicly hanged. Emmerich will play Dan Peleg, a charming, rumpled and brilliant Mossad trainer tormented by a mistake he made in the past. [Source: Deadline]

The CW has released a new poster for its “Supergirl” series, this one showing Mon-El (Chris Wood) in his new and more comics accurate costume which debuts on Monday night’s episode.