TV News: Mandalorian, Westworld, Detour, Ryan

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The Mandalorian
Another new photo from “The Mandalorian” is out, this one offering another look at Pedro Pascal’s masked bounty hunter and this time he’s fighting alongside former Imperial Shock Trooper turned mercenary Cara Dune (played by Gina Carano). “The Mandalorian” is set to premiere on Disney+ on November 12th. [Source: EW]

HBO is cutting down its sci-fi series “Westworld” for the next season – reducing the episode count of the upcoming third season from the ten episodes of the first two seasons to just eight. No details are available however on the lengths of the episodes and if each will run a little longer to compensate. The new season is set to premiere in the first half of 2020. [Source: The Wrap]

TBS has cancelled its Jason Jones and Natalie Zea-led twisted family comedy “The Detour” after four seasons, the recent fourth season finale on August 20th now serving as the series finale. 42 episodes of the show were aired since it began in April 2016 and followed an innocent road trip from New York to Florida of a family with three kids. The trip goes horribly wrong with the family running into trouble at every stop. [Source: TV Line]

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
FXX has released the official trailer for the fourteenth season of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” with the group back for another season. Last season ended with Mac (Rob McElhenney) finally coming out of the closet, a years-long payoff and it’s not clear where the show will go from here in terms of that subplot.

Jack Ryan
Following some new stills yesterday, Amazon Studios has released a one-sheet for the second season of “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” today with John Krasinski reprising the role. The poster also teases something else tomorrow – most likely a new trailer and a premiere date for the new episodes.