After Trump did an impromptu job interview, seeming to hire her on the spot he pointed her towards someone off stage.After the conference, reporters wondered about her press credentials and started interviewing her about her credentials and her military experience.Below are all new and returning primetime shows expected to air during the 2016-17 television season (beginning with the summer of 2016).
CBS has announced its second batch of newcomers for 2017-18 (following the previously announced Big Bang Theory spinoff Young Sheldon): comedy Me, Myself and I (tracing one man's life in three time periods, played by John Larroquette, Bobby Moynihan, and a kid), Mark Feuerstein comedy 9JKL, Jeremy Piven-led crime procedural Wisdom of the Crowd, James Patterson crime novel adaptation Instinct, the self-explanatory action drama SEAL Team, and a remake of the crime series S. The streaming service as also ordered a new live-action Marvel series, Marvel’s Runaways, and a sci-fi drama about Mars colonization, The First, from Younger (TV Land) renewed for a 5th season ahead of its S4 debut this summer.
The network has also picked up a 20-episode 3rd season of Teachers, to air in 2018 (after the 2nd half of S2 airs this fall).
The CW has given early renewals to all 7 of its returning fall shows: Arrow, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, The Flash, Jane the Virgin, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and Supernatural.
A decision has not yet been made on the network's remaining programs.
In doing so, a lot of inconsistencies began popping up and more questions that needed answers.
We started getting inquiries from media about Alicia’s service record, and at about this same time Alicia also reached out to us.
Conviction (ABC) effectively became the first new fall show to be canceled when ABC declined to pick up the second half of its debut season.
The network will keep the show on the air until all 13 filmed episodes have aired.
American Crime Story (FX) renewed for a 3rd season, which will deal with the murder of designer Gianni Versace. And Wow, is anyone besides everyone we know really sick of 9-12 episode shows that make you wait 1-2 years for another season?
(The Hurricane Katrina-related 2nd season will air in 2017, though probably not until later in the year.) CBS has finally greenlit its long-gestating comedy series Superior Donuts, based on the play by Tracy Letts.
The network has also ordered several new comedies, including a new untitled series from viral video trio The Dress Up Gang, Lorne Michaels-produced comedy anthology The Miracle Workers (a heaven-set workplace comedy starring Daniel Radcliffe and Owen Wilson), and Close Enough (an adult-targeted animated series from The Young Pope (HBO) will not return for a 2nd season, but taking its place is a new miniseries, The New Pope, which will feature a mostly (or entirely) different cast (and, obviously, a different Pope). creator David Shore's latest medical drama The Good Doctor, guy-talks-to-god feel-good drama The Gospel of Kevin, musical comedy The Mayor (about an aspiring rapper who runs for mayor), and an untitled Zach Braff series based on the Gimlet Media podcast The CW has added two more dramas to its 2017-18 lineup: Black Lightning (yet another Greg Berlanti-produced DC Comics series) and Life Sentence (starring Lucy Hale as a terminal cancer patient who finds out she isn't dying after all).