ICYMI: ‘American Crime Story’ Shake Up; Revivals TV’s Latest Trend; HBO Renews ‘Insecure’; & More TV News

FX’s You’re The Worst signs up Girls star Zosia Mamet and Lou Diamond Phillips for season four appearances. [The Hollywood Reporter]


American Crime Story: Katrina goes through massive shake ups as the source material is changed from ‘The Great Deluge’ by Douglas Brinkley to ‘Five Days at Memorial’ by Sheri Fink. Beyond that, Annette Bening, Matthew Broderick and Dennis Quaid are no longer attached to the project, leaving Ryan Murphy muse Sarah Paulson as the only remaining original cast member. [Variety]


FOX announced at TCA this week there was still a possibility of a third season of Wayward Pines. [Deadline]

HBO renews Insecure for a third season. [TV Line]

Ryan Murphy dished on the upcoming season of American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace. He explained the actual murder happens in episode one and we rewind over the course of the season to why Andrew Cunanan (played by Darren Criss) murdered the famous designer. [Variety]

HBO adds new faces to season two of Westworld, including Vikings star Gustaf Skarsgard. [Variety]


FOX is considering the revival of the beloved animated comedy King of The Hill. [Deadline]

Maya Rudolph cast as Ralphie’s mom in FOX’s upcoming live version of A Christmas Story. [TV Line]

While we know very little about the upcoming season of American Horror Story, we do know the current post-election world we’re in today is the basis for the new season of American Horror Story: Cult, executive producer Alexis Martin Woodall explained that is just the jumping off point and this season will focus a lot on paranoia. [Variety]

NBC teaming with Seth Meyers to revive The Munsters, which will focus on the quirky family adjusting to a hipster-invaded Brooklyn. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Louis CK’s FX show Louie may never return, according to the comedian, but if it does, it’ll be a much different version that what we’re used to since he’s no longer that “stained blacked t-shirt” guy. [Variety]


Season six of Nashville to premiere next January. [TV Line]

Orange is The New Black creator Jenji Kohan signs on with Lifetime for a new drama called American Princess, which follows an Upper East Side socialite who runs away and joins a Renaissance faire after she discovers her fiance is cheating on her hours before their fairytale wedding. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Queen of The South scores a season three renewal. [TV Line]

Evan Ross and Mike Epps added to season two of Star. [Deadline]



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