TV News: Sherlock, Runaways, Coyote, Westworld

The BBC has confirmed that ‘The Six Thatchers’ and ‘The Lying Detective’ are the titles of the first two of the three episodes of the fourth series of “Sherlock” which airs early next year. The titles tie back to the classic Holmes stories ‘The Six Napoleons’ and ‘The Dying Detective’. The third episode title has not been revealed at this point. [Source: Facebook]

Tamara Becher, a writer on Marvel’s upcoming “Iron Fist” series for Netflix, has impressed her bosses enough that she appears to have scored another gig for them – this time Marvel and Hulu’s “Runaways” comic adaptation. It’s not clear how many episodes Becher will be writing. [Source: Twitter]

Bainframe has acquired the rights to Hugo Award-winning author Allen Steele’s 2003 book series “Coyote” with plans to turn it into a TV series which Allen Bain will executive produce.

The story is set in the not-too-distant future, in an America that has slipped steadily into fascism. The stories kick off when a group of revolutionaries hijack Earth’s first interstellar spaceship destined for the nearest habitable planet. The hostile and divided crew must unite to rebuild society on a strange new world. [Source: Deadline]

Less than a week out from its premiere, HBO has unveiled two more promos from its upcoming “Westworld” TV series with a bunch of new footage on display. The first is a featurette, while the second is a promo which puts the focus on Evan Rachel Wood and Thandie Newton’s characters. “Westworld” is slated to premiere October 2nd.