Disney Channel has revealed the first look at Sadie Stanley in the live-action version original movie of “Kim Possible” set to debut in 2019 on the network. The film is based on the animated series of the same name about a high school girl who saves the world in her spare time. Sean Giambrone, Alyson Hannigan, Todd Stashwick, Taylor Ortega, Connie Ray, Ciara Wilson, Erika Tham and Isaac Ryan Brown co-star. [Source: Disney Channel]
It has been confirmed that while the upcoming “Titans” and “Doom Patrol” series on the direct-to-digital service DC Universe will be connected, other shows on the service like “Swamp Thing” are expected to be completely separate and not tied to anything at all. DC Universe will be available this Fall for $8/month. [Source: Batman News
Just days after its third season premiere, Syfy has ordered a fourth season of cult favorite supernatural western series “Wynonna Earp” based on the IDW Publishing comic book by Beau Smith. The current third season sees reckless and reluctant warrior hero Wynonna (Scrofano) lead her team of outmatched outsiders to face monsters, revenants, and their biggest fears as they fight to take down Bulshar. [Source: Deadline]
Nestor Carbonell, Jaime Ray Newman and Josh Kelly have joined the cast of NBC’s supernatural drama “Midnight, Texas” which begins its second season Friday, October 26th.
Carbonell and Newman will recur as Kai and Patience Lucero, respectively, the owners of Midnight’s new hotel. Kelly will recur as Walker Chisum, an openly gay demon hunter who has an intense connection with resident angel Joe Strong (Jason Lewis). [Source: Variety]
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD
Jeff Ward, who heavily recurred as Jemma and Fitz’s future grandson Deke Shaw in last season of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” has been promoted to series regular for the upcoming sixth season of the ABC drama series. The thirteen episode new season will premiere next Summer. [Source: Deadline]
The creative team behind Cartoon Network series “Steven Universe” closed out their San Diego Comic Con panel this year with the announcement trailer for “Steven Universe: The Movie”. Series creator Rebecca Sugar and stars Zach Callison, Estelle, Michaela Dietz, Shelby Rabara, and Deedee Magno were on hand to show off the clip, but further details are under wraps.