Hulu Debuts ‘Under the Bridge’ Trailer Starring Lily Gladstone and Riley Keough (TV News Roundup)

Hulu has released the official trailer for its limited series “Under the Bridge,” with Riley Keough and Lily Gladstone leading the cast. The series is set to premiere with two episodes April 17, and new episodes launching weekly.

“Under the Bridge” is based on Rebecca Godfrey’s book about the true story of fourteen-year-old Reena Virk, who went to join friends at a party in 1997 and never returned home. The series, seen through the eyes of Godfrey (Keough) and a local police officer (Gladstone), follows the hidden world of the young girls accused of the murder.

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Other cast members include Vritika Gupta, Chloe Guidry, Javon Walton, Izzy G., Aiyana Goodfellow, Ezra Faroque Khan and Archie Panjabi.

“Under the Bridge” was adapted by Quinn Shephard. Shephard, Samir Mehta, Liz Tigelaar, Stacey Silverman, Geeta Vasant Patel and Tara Duncan are executive producers. Godfrey also served as an executive producer. Keough will executive produce with Gina Gammell. Patel also directed the series, which is produced by ABC Signature.

Watch the trailer below.

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Paramount+ has released a teaser trailer for Season 3 of “Mayor of Kingstown,” premiering June 2 on the streamer.

Starring Jeremy Renner, the description for Season 3 reads, “a series of explosions rock Kingstown and its citizens, as a new face of the Russian mob sets up shop in the city, and a drug war rages inside and outside prison walls. The pressure is on Mike McLusky (Renner) to end the war but things get complicated when a familiar face from his incarcerated past threatens to undermine the Mayor’s attempts to keep the peace among all factions.”

The cast also includes Hugh Dillon, Taylor Handley, Emma Laird, Tobi Bamtefa, Derek Webster, Nishi Munshi, Hamish Allan-Headley and Michael Beach.

Taylor Sheridan and Hugh Dillon co-created “Mayor of Kingstown.” Executive producers include Sheridan, Dillon, Renner, Antoine Fuqua, David C. Glasser, Ron Burkle, Bob Yari, Michael Friedman, Dave Erickson, Regina Corrado and Keith Cox. The series is produced by MTV Entertainment Studios, 101 Studios and Bosque Ranch Productions for Paramount+.

Watch the teaser trailer below.


The Roku Channel has released the trailer for the upcoming fantasy series “The Spiderwick Chronicles,” premiering April 19 with the release of all eight episodes.

The cast includes Joy Bryant, Lyon Daniels, Noah Cottrell, Mychala Lee, Jack Dylan Grazer, Christian Slater, Alyvia Alyn Lind, Charlayne Woodard.

The official series description reads, “The Grace family moves from Brooklyn, New York, to their ancestral home in Henson, Michigan, the Spiderwick Estate. Helen makes the move with her 15-year-old fraternal twin boys, Jared and Simon, and her older daughter, Mallory. Shortly after moving to the Spiderwick Estate Jared discovers a boggart and realizes that magical creatures are real! The only one to believe him is his great-aunt Lucinda who implores Jared to find the pages of her father’s field guide to magical creatures and protect them from the murderous Ogre, Mulgarath.”

Aron Eli Coleite is the showrunner. Executive producers include Coleite, Kat Coiro, Tony DiTerlizzi, Holly Black, Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Jeremy Bell, D.J. Goldberg, Julie Kane-Ritsch and Grace Gilroy. Koiro directed the first two episodes. Paramount Television Studios and 20th Television produced “The Spiderwick Chronicles.”

Watch the trailer below.


Netflix’s “You” has commenced production for its fifth and final season. Starring Penn Badgley, the last installment of the show “sees Joe Goldberg return to the streets of New York City for more thrilling twists and turns.”

Sera Gamble and Greg Berlanti developed the series; Michael Foley and Justin W. Lo serve as showrunners. Season 5 executive producers include Berlanti, Gamble, Badgley, Sarah Schechter, Leigh London Redman, Leslie Morgenstein, Gina Girolamo, Marcos Siega, Justin Lo and Michael Foley. The show is based on the “You” book series by Caroline Kepnes.

View a Season 5 first look image below.


Amazon Prime Video has announced its new reality competition show “The GOAT” hosted by comedian Daniel Tosh. “The GOAT” features a cast of 20 reality television stars, including Alyssa Edwards (“RuPaul’s Drag Race”), Jill Zarin (“The Real Housewives of New York City”), Tayshia Adams (“The Bachelor”), Da’Vonne Rogers (“Big Brother,” “The Challenge”) and Reza Farahan (Shahs of Sunset), competing for $200,000 and the title of “Greatest of All Time.”

“The GOAT” is executive produced by Elan Gale (“The Bachelor”), Bill Dixon, Anthony Anderson, Lee Eisenberg (“Jury Duty”), Michael Friedman, Ben Silverman (“The Biggest Loser”), Howard T. Owens , Isabel San Vargas, Audrey E. Smith, Tosh and Matthew M. Welty (“Fboy Island”). Dixon serves as showrunner and Michael Shea directs.

The first three episodes of “The GOAT” will premiere on Prime Video and Freevee May 9 with new episodes coming every Thursday. Watch the trailer below.


FOX Nation has announced its new television special “Prisoner of Putin,” which takes a deep dive into the life of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich who was detained in Russia last March. “Prisoner of Putin” will debut on March 28, one day before the one year anniversary of Gershkovich’s detainment.

Contributors include FOX News senior correspondent Steve Harrigan, who has worked in Moscow, Wall Street Journal reporters Gordon Fairclough and Paul Beckett, as well as Jeremy Berke and Sam Silverman, who are close friends of Gershkovich.


HBO has released an official teaser for original documentary series “The Jinx – Part Two,” set to premiere on April 21. New episodes will debut weekly on HBO and be available to stream on Max.

The six-episode series is a continuation of the documentary series “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst,” from Andrew Jarecki, which debuted on HBO in 2015 and followed real estate heir Robert Durst who had been accused of three murders, but never convicted. In the new series, the filmmakers continue their investigation for the next eight years, uncovering hidden material, Durst’s prison calls and interviews with witnesses.

The series is directed by Andrew Jarecki, executive produced by Zac Stuart-Pontier, Andrew Jarecki, Kyle Martin and produced by Charlotte Kaufman and Sam Neave. Richard Hankin and Susan Lazarus are co-producers. Nancy Abraham, Lisa Heller and Sara Rodriguez executive produced for HBO.

Watch the official teaser below.


ATX TV Festival has revealed additional programming, including the Season 3 premiere of “Industry” featuring a conversation with creators/executive producers Mickey Down and Konrad Kay and series star Myha’la Herrold.

Additionally, the festival will feature the world premiere of “Fantasmas” and a conversation with creator, star and director Julio Torres. There will also be a screening and Q&A featuring the cast and creators of “Pretty Little Liars: Summer School.” Furthermore, “Fargo” screenwriter and director Noah Hawley will be present for a screening and conversation about his series. Mark Duplass and Mel Eslyn of Duplass Brothers Productions will discuss the present and future of independently created television.

In addition, there will be a screening and Q&A for “Hotel Cocaine,” including executive producer Chris Brancato and cast members Danny Pino and Mark Feuerstein. A “Girls5eva” karaoke night will take place with creator and executive producer Meredith Scardino. Finally, ATX TV will host a conversation examining the history of television, with panelists including Established Inc. president Tony Bozzini and Technicolor deputy CEO Tim Sarnoff, who is also the grandson of former RCA leader David Sarnoff.

ATX TV Festival runs from May 30-June 2.


The Library of Congress will host cast members from the CBS comedy “Ghosts” for a special screening event and panel discussion on April 9 in the Coolidge Auditorium at 6:30 p.m. ET. Free tickets can be found here.

“Ghosts” stars in attendance at the event will include Richie Moriarty, Danielle Pinnock, Asher Grodman, Román Zaragoza and Rebecca Wisocky.

The series, which is in its third season and was recently renewed for a fourth, is described as “a comedy about a couple who inherited Woodstone Mansion in upstate New York, only to find it was inhabited by many spirits of deceased residents from various time periods. The departed souls are a close-knit, eclectic group whose individual histories span various time periods. Among them are a saucy Prohibition-era lounge singer, Alberta (Pinnock), an upbeat ‘80s scout troop leader, Pete (Moriarty), a slick ‘90s finance bro, Trevor (Grodman), a witty 16th-century Native American, Sasappis (Zaragoza) and a society woman and wife of a 19th-century robber baron, Hetty (Wisocky).”

Additionally, from 5 p.m.-6 p.m. ET, the Library of Congress will feature a curation of items related to each ghost’s time period in the Whittall Pavilion.

“Ghosts” airs on Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. ET.


Submissions have opened for the 2024 ASTRA TV Awards, which will take place on Aug. 24. Submissions close on May 31, and nominations will be announced on July 2.

This year includes new categories for best anime series, best children’s or family program and best voice over performance. Limited series for broadcast, cable and streaming are now combined into one category; this also applies to TV movies. The corresponding categories for limited series or TV movie— including TV actor, actress, supporting actor, supporting actress, writing, and directing — have been merged into one category as well.

Visit here for more information on the Astra awards and the submission process.


Submissions for the Fine Cut Festival of Films open April 1. The deadline to submit short films, with a total running time of 25 minutes or less including credits, is May 31.

Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the festival encourages filmmakers currently enrolled in or recently graduated from Southern California film schools to submit short films. Submissions in the documentary, animation and narrative categories will be accepted for consideration for prizes and to be included in a series of broadcast episodes airing locally and streaming this fall.

See here for more information on the awards and submission process.


Sports broadcaster James Brown will be presented with Lifetime Achievement honors at the 45th annual Sports Emmy Awards ceremony on May 21, The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced.

The three-time Emmy Award-winning broadcaster is best known as host of pregame shows including CBS Sports’ “The NFL Today”, “NFL on Fox” and “Inside the NFL.”

“I am incredibly humbled by this award,” Brown said in a press release. “I know full well that it’s not as much about me as it is about all the people with whom and for whom I worked over all these years. Thank God for the blessing!”

Brown, whose broadcast career spans more than 30 years, has hosted the Super Bowl 12 times and also served as a special correspondent for CBS News on programs like “60 Minutes” and “CBS Evening News.” Brown was elected into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2021.

The ceremony will be held at Jazz At Lincoln Center’s Rose Hall in New York.


The WWE has announced new seasons of its shows “WWE Rivals,” “WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures” and “Biography: WWE Legends,” which are all set to air through A&E programming.

“WWE Rivals” will kick off Sunday, April 21 and sees Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias joining as the new host. “Most Wanted Treasures” will premiere April 14, and will air directly after episodes of “Rivals” starting April 21. The new season of “Biography: WWE Legends” starts May 26.

All series will available to stream on the A&E app and on


NBCUniversal Syndication Studios has renewed the daily talk show “Karamo” for Season 3 in national syndication. The show is named for its host, reality television personality, author, actor and producer Karamo.

“With his direct no-nonsense approach, Karamo has established himself as one of daytime television’s most authentic and innovative hosts,” Wilson said. “In each episode, Karamo tackles a wide range of topics, often intense and dramatic subject matters, while boldly representing all sides of the story with a goal of getting to the emotional core of the conflict. We look forward to another season of compelling shows from Karamo and his very talented team.”   

“I’m beyond excited to come back and keep helping my audience grow emotionally and mentally,” Karamo said. “In season three, things are going to continue to be exciting, entertaining and, most importantly, elevated. I can’t wait!”

Kerry Shannon executive produces “Karamo” and Gloria Harrison-Hall co-executive produces. Stamford Studios Production produces while NBCUniversal Syndication Studios distributes the series.


FX has moved the season three debut of “Welcome to Wrexham” to May 2 at 10 p.m. ET on FX and streaming the following day on Hulu. The premiere will include the first two episodes of the eight episode season, with new episodes airing each following Thursday. “Welcome to Wrexham” will be coming to Star+ in Latin America and Disney+ in other territories sometime in the near future.

“Welcome to Wrexham” is executive produced by Rob McElhenney, Ryan Reynolds, Josh Drisko, Bryan Rowland, Jeff Luini, Humphrey Ker, Nick Frenkel, George Dewey and Boardwalk Pictures’ Andrew Fried, Dane Lillegard, Sarina Roma and Andy Thomas. Producers include More Better Productions, Maximum Effort Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment and Boardwalk Pictures.

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