[03/04/15 - 11:42 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, March 4 Updates include: Giovanni Ribisi set as "Sneaky Pete" at CBS; Ray Winstone first to board ABC's "Of Kings and Prophets"; and Kris Lemche set as the sole regular on The CW's "Tales from the Darkside."
[12/11/14 - 05:38 AM] Golden Globe Nominations 2015 "Fargo" leads all TV nods with five; followed by "True Detective" with four; and "The Affair," "The Good Wife," "House of Cards," "The Normal Heart," "Olive Kitteridge" and "Orange Is the New Black" with three each.
[10/08/14 - 11:28 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, October 8 Updates include: Lifetime greenlights "Seed of Yesterday" adaptation; Thomas Sadoski boards "The Slap" at NBC; and Showtime developing small screen take on "In the Heat of the Night."
[07/28/14 - 11:35 PM] Development Update: Monday, July 28 Updates include: Cuba Gooding, Jr. bound for Comedy Central's "Big Time in Hollywood, FL"; Kurt Sutter inks three-year overall deal with 20th; and Lea Michele to guest on FX's "Sons of Anarchy."
[07/10/14 - 11:32 PM] Development Update: Thursday, July 10 Updates include: FOX cuts final season of "Glee" to 13 episodes; Cinemax renews "The Knick" prior to launch; and Lucy Griffiths to depart NBC's "Constantine" in favor of new lead.
[10/01/13 - 11:14 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, October 1 Updates include: ABC gives pilot order to comedy "Galavant"; Will Forte brings "The Last Man on Earth" to FOX; and Jennie Garth in talks to join ABC Family's "Mystery Girls."
[08/20/13 - 11:09 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, August 20 Updates include: Ben Rappaport tapped as lead of USA's "Love Is Dead"; Dr. Luke is in talks to join FOX's "American Idol"; and Jonathan Banks lands arc on NBC's "Community."
[08/12/13 - 11:18 PM] Development Update: Monday, August 12 Updates include: David Bickel is "Gifted" for NBC; DirecTV eyes "Navy St." series order; and Cinemax's "The Knick" casts quartet.
[05/23/13 - 11:26 PM] Development Update: Thursday, May 23 Updates include: Clive Owen, Steven Soderbergh to bring "The Knick" to Cinemax; Neil LaBute's "Full Circle" sets cast; and Stephanie Sengupta departs The CW's "Reign."
DESCRIPTION: (from Cinemax's press release, July 2015) Before the Emmy(R)-nominated, Peabody Award-winning show THE KNICK launches its second season Oct. 16, exclusively on CINEMAX, the first season of the edgy drama series will be available in a special presentation on the HBO digital platforms HBO NOW, HBO GO and HBO On Demand, as well as online affiliate portals, for a limited ten-week period, starting Friday, Aug. 14. Non-HBO and CINEMAX subscribers will even have a chance to catch up on season one of the show during a free trial period currently being offered on HBO NOW. In addition, HBO2 will present a marathon of the entire ten-episode first season on Saturday, Oct. 10, starting at noon (ET/PT). Debuting on CINEMAX in Aug. 2014, THE KNICK was recently nominated for five Emmys(R), including Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series (Steven Soderbergh). Helmed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Clive Owen as the brilliant but emotionally tortured surgeon Dr. John W. Thackery, the upcoming second season, set in 1901, finds the staff of the Knick in turmoil as they prepare for the hospital to be shuttered in favor of a new building uptown. In this world of corruption, invention and progress, everyone is searching for the new path that will help him or her survive. Whether it's a path toward justice, freedom, love or just plain survival, nothing comes easy. The creators and writing team of Jack Amiel & Michael Begler serve as executive producers along with Gregory Jacobs, Steven Soderbergh, Michael Sugar and Clive Owen.