TV News: Russell, Hulu, Titans, Monkeys

Untitled David O. Russell Series
Michael Shannon will join Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore in Amazon and Weinstein Company’s new untitled mafia crime drama series from “The Fighter” and “The Wrestler” filmmaker David O. Russell.

Amazon has committed to two eight-episode seasons of the series, which will be produced by Russell, Alexandra Milchan, and Scott Lambert. Details of the various roles are unknown but shooting begins later this year in New York. [Source: Variety]

Hulu has announced their Fall 2017 programming slate along with premiere dates. The full list is as follows:

“The Mindy Project” S6 – September 12th, “Chance” S2 – October 11th, “I Love You America” S1 – October 12th, “Freakish” S2 – October 18th, “Future Man” S1 – November 14th, “Marvel’s Runaways” – November 21st, “East Los High: Finale Event” – December 1st, “Shut Eye” – December 6th. [Source: Hulu]

DC chief Geoff Johns has revealed on Twitter that production kicks off this week on the upcoming “Titans,” a TV series adaptation of the “Teen Titans” comic. The series will serve as a launch title of DC’s new digital streaming service and that it will consist of around thirteen episodes.

12 Monkeys
Syfy has released the first trailer for the upcoming ten-episode fourth and final season of its “12 Monkeys” series adaptation which will go to air next year.

The time-travel action drama takes the characters further back into the past than ever before including the Old West, World War II and Medieval times.