TV News: Troy, Graves, Arrow, Seven

Troy: Fall of a City
The first photos from the BBC and Netflix’s eight-part series “Troy: Fall of a City” have been released on Metro UK. David Threlfall, Frances O’Connor, Johnny Harris, David Gyasi and Jonas Armstrong co-star in the series which will screen in 2018.

Graves
The Nick Nolte-led series “Graves” has been canceled at Epix after two seasons. Nolte starred as a former U.S. President Richard Graves in the half-hour comedy series created and executive produced by Joshua Michael Stern. The second season wrapped its run earlier this month. [Source: Variety]

Arrow
“Arrow” producer Marc Guggenheim has confirmed that Manu Bennett’s Slade Wilson won’t be appearing much on the show again due to the impending Deathstroke movie in the works and the studio not allowing them. He tells Discussing Film:

“For a time they were saying ‘you can’t use Deathstroke’, then that changed and we were able to have Slade Wilson back on the show, and now we’re back to ‘you can’t use him’. They’re working on the feature film version.”

Seven Seconds
Netflix has premiered the first teaser trailer and announced a February 23rd premiere date for their new anthology crime drama series “Seven Seconds” from creator Veena Sud (“The Killing”).

After a white cop accidentally hits and critically injures a black teenager, a northeastern city explodes with racial tensions, an attempted cover up and its aftermath, and the trial of the century.