TV News: Wolf, BoJack , Party, Affair

Wolf Hall
The first photo is out of Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell in The BBC’s “Wolf Hall,” a six part mini-series based on Hilary Mantel’s novels set in the court of Henry VIII (played by Damien Lewis). The £7 million budget series also stars Jonathan Pryce as Cardinal Wolsey and Claire Foy as Anne Boleyn. [Source: Empire]

BoJack Horseman
Mere days after its debut, Netflix has renewed the animated comedy series “BoJack Horseman” for another twelve episodes on the streaming service.

Will Arnett stars in the show as BoJack, a failed legendary equine star from a 1990s family sitcom trying to navigate his way through self-loathing, whiskey and failed relationships. Aaron Paul voices his human sidekick and Amy Sedaris is his feline agent and former love interest. [Source: The Live Feed]

Party Down
Hulu has closed a deal for the exclusive streaming rights to the 2009 cult comedy series “Party Down” with the entire series being made available to subscribers starting August 29th. The first five episodes of the show will also be free for non-subscribers for a limited time.

Following its cancellation, the series gained a cult following on rival streaming service Netflix where it is no longer available. Adam Scott, Lizzy Caplan, Ken Marino, Jane Lynch, Ryan Hansen, Martin Starr and Megan Mullally star in the show about a group of Hollywood wannabes who work for a Los Angeles catering company. [Source: The Live Feed]

The Affair
Showtime has released the first trailer for its upcoming drama series “The Affair” starring Dominic West (“The Wire,” “The Hour”) and Ruth Wilson (“Luther,” “The Lone Ranger”). The story looks at two marriages and the emotional and psychological effects of the affair that disrupts them. It also looks at the events from male and female perspectives.