TV News: Robot, Proof, Maids, Miami, Greenleaf

Mr. Robot
USA’s acclaimed hacker drama “Mr. Robot” is being made available for Amazon Prime members in the U.S., U.K., Germany, Austria and Japan beginning this spring. The service will be the exclusive subscription streaming home for the show with all ten episodes to be available at that time. [Source: The Live Feed]

After just one season, TNT has cancelled its Kyra Sedgwick-produced, Jennifer Beals-led medical procedural drama “Proof”. The show follows a hard scientist investigating cases of reincarnation, out-of-body experiences and hauntings in a quest to find verifiable proof of life after death. [Source: The Live Feed]

Devious Maids
Lifetime has renewed Marc Cherry’s primetime soap “Devious Maids” for a ten episode fourth season in 2016. The series has been a steady hit for the network and hit its best numbers to day in its third season.

The show follows five maids in Beverly Hills who are bonded by their jobs, their personal struggles and their employers’ ‘upstairs-downstairs’ universe. [Source: THR]

Untitled Miami Series
Fox is developing a drama series dealing with Miami’s wealthy elites. Jonathan Levine will direct the pilot from a script by Sascha Penn.

The story follows a teen who transfers into the nicest private school in Miami and moves in with his uncle, a celebrity chef. Armando Christian Perez (aka music sensation Pitbull) will executive produce. [Source: Variety]

Oprah Winfrey is set to play a recurring role as the sister of the female lead character on the OWN cable network’s forthcoming drama “Greenleaf” which just scored Keith David and Lynn Whitfield in the main roles.

The story centers on the unscrupulous world of the Greenleaf family and their sprawling Memphis megachurch, where scandalous secrets and lies are as numerous as the faithful. Craig Wright (“Six Feet Under”) will produce. [Source: THR]