Always Be Watching is written by Dan Barrett - the modern day Jake Jarmel!!!!
I’m sorry to do this to you, but let’s start the day with the opening title sequence for BH 90210. The horror… the horror…
Alan Sepinwall has a review of the show. He gives it 2.5 stars.
BH90210 is pretty damn strange. It’s not exactly the Curb rip-off it was sold as, which is a good thing; as an actor, Jennie Garth is as equipped for that as Larry David would be to do a story where he wore the same dress to the spring formal as somebody else. But at times it tries to play in the Curb space, while at others it wants to be a sincere reckoning with the aging process and the fleeting nature of celebrity. And at many others, it is pure soap-operatics that just involve Jason Priestley using his own name rather than Brandon Walsh’s.
Atlanta has been greenlit for a fourth season ahead of the production of season three of the show. At least, that’s what I think is going on in this article from Variety, which says that production on s3 will begin in the US Spring, which means it would have to be in 2020, but then suggests s3 might debut by the end of 2019. There’s something amiss in the time-stream and only Paper Boi can set things right…
The current trend for broadcasters/streamers is to move as many of its productions as it can in-house. It enables them to keep costs down and to better vertically integrate content for use across different platforms/brands.
This is why you are seeing some relatively successful shows get cancelled (the network doesn’t own the show) and why Fox Entertainment has just bought Bento Box Entertainment - the animation company responsible for Bob’s Burgers, among other shows.
E! is expanding its programming. As a result, 20+ staffers are losing their jobs as the show relocates from LA where a nightly show is produced to New York where the network will now produce a breakfast entertainment news show Pop of The Morning.