TV News: Master, Chronicles, Bob, Bathory, Grove

Master of None
Netflix has released the first official image from “Master of None,” Aziz Ansari’s new Netflix comedy series in which he plays a fledgling actor living in New York City. The photo shows Ansari and co-star Noel Well, but it doesn’t reveal much beyond what we already know about the show – which is actually very little. [Source: Netflix]

The Frankenstein Chronicles
U.S. network A&E has acquired the six-episode period mystery crime drama mini-series “The Frankenstein Chronicles” starring Sean Bean. No word on a potential air date as yet.

The re-imagining of Mary Shelley’s novel is set in 19th-century London where the discovery of a grotesque corpse sees an Inspector going into the dark corners of Georgian London to find the truth. Amidst the drugs, prostitution, bodysnatching and murder – something is lurking. [Source: Variety]

Bob’s Burgers
Fox has handed out a two-season renewal for its animated comedy “Bob’s Burgers” which will take the show through a seventh and eighth season.

The show has been a consistently reliable performer as part of the network’s live-action/animated comedy mix on Sundays. Bob’s and “The Simpsons” will likely be paired for the next two broadcast seasons. [Source: The Live Feed]

Elisabeth Bathory
CBS is developing a drama series project about 16th century Hungarian countess Elizabeth Bathory, the woman still considered the world’s most prolific serial killer who is believed to have tortured and murdered more than 600 girls.

Bathory eventually was arrested and spent her last days in solitary confinement. David Eick and Joel Silver will produce the project and Eick will write the script. [Source: Deadline]

Hemlock Grove
The third and final season of Eli Roth’s Netflix original werewolf horror series “Hemlock Grove” is set to be released on the streaming service on October 23rd and today the studio has posted a full-length trailer for this final batch of episodes.