The new series will enrich the schedule of the network from next season.
ABC focuses on some already familiar faces by presenting three new TV series for next season. The Alphabet Network has ordered the rumored spin-off of The Rookie starring Niecy Nashthe comedy Not Dead Yet with the former star of Jane the Virgin Gina Rodriguez as an obituary author and drama Alaskastarring the Oscar winner Hilary Swank.
The plot and cast of The Rookie: Feds
Entitled The Rookie: Fedsthe spin-off of the procedural with Nathan Fillion, follows Niecy Nash as Simone Clark, an FBI recruit older than one would expect of a person in a similar position. Angeles at the age of 45. The character has already been featured in a special backdoor pilot aired as a double episode of The Rookie some weeks ago. Also confirmed in the cast Frankie Faison (The Wire) e Felix Solis (Ozark).
The comedy Not Dead Yet with Gina Rodriguez
In Not Dead Yetbased on Alexandra Potter’s novel titled Confessions of a Fortysomething Fk-up, Gina Rodriguez plays Nell Stevens, a broke, single woman who feels old and a real disaster as she approaches her 40s. When she decides to go back to work after 10 years, she accepts the only job available: that of an obituary writer. Things get weird, though, when she starts getting life advice from an unlikely source. The cast also includes Joshua Banday (Upload) And Angela Gibbs (Hacks, On My Block).
Hilary Swank journalist disgraced in Alaska
Fresh from the bad luck Away (canceled by Netflix after only one season), Hilary Swank returns to tv with Alaskacreated by the screenwriter de The Spotlight case Tom McCarthy. The Academy Award-winning actress plays a famous journalist who moves from New York to Alaska in search of a fresh start after a misstep that nearly collapsed her career. There she starts again both personally and professionally after joining the editorial staff of an Anchorage newspaper. There are also in the cast Jeff Perry (Scandal), Matt Malloy (Six Feet Under) And Meredith Holzman (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit).
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The new series will be added to Big Sky, The Wonder Years and other recently revamped titles from ABCas well as great successes of the network such as Grey’s Anatomy And The Good Doctor already promoted previously. Nothing to do, however, for the sequel to the legal drama Lawyers in Los Angeles in development at the network since last October: the new project was supposed to bring Blair Underwood and Corbin Bernsen back to the roles they had covered in the original series, but the pilot episode produced did not convince ABC.