|[11/11/22 - 11:24 PM]
Development Update: Friday, November 11
Updates include: Freeform cancels "Everything's Trash" after one season; Apple's "The Morning Show" casts trio to recur; and Hulu eyes "Murdaugh Murders" TV series.
|[09/02/22 - 11:19 PM]
Development Update: Friday, September 2
Updates include: Peacock cancels "Rutherford Falls" after two seasons; Eiza González to star in Hulu's "La Máquina"; and Netflix casts Prince William, Kate Middleton in "The Crown."
|[07/13/22 - 11:50 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, July 13
Updates include: Amazon renews "The Lake" for second season; Diane Lane cast in Netflix's "A Man in Full"; and Freevee orders domestic take on "Friday Night Dinner."
|[06/30/22 - 08:21 AM]
Video: Freeform Debuts Trailer for New Comedy "Everything's Trash" from Executive Producer and Star Phoebe Robinson Ahead of July 13 Premiere
Robinson stars as Phoebe, a 30-something outspoken podcast star making her professional mark while living a broke and delightfully messy life in Brooklyn.
|[05/04/22 - 12:02 PM]
Freeform's Summer Slate Sizzles with Lineup of New and Returning Original Series
New comedy series "Everything's Trash," from Phoebe Robinson, will premiere on July 13 with double episodes at 10:00/9:00c.
|[09/30/21 - 10:00 AM]
Freeform Orders "Everything's Trash," A Comedy Series from Executive Producer, Writer and Star Phoebe Robinson and ABC Signature
The series follows Phoebe, a 30-something podcast star navigating her messy life.
|[05/13/21 - 11:38 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, May 13
Updates include: Tom Blyth to lead Epix's "Billy the Kid"; Betty Gilpin, Shea Whigham among latest cast in Starz's "Gaslit"; and ABC passes on comedy pilot "Adopted."
|[05/04/21 - 11:34 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, May 4
Updates include: Netflix cancels "The Irregulars"; two original "The Flash" cast members to exit as regulars; and Harold Perrineau to star in Epix's "From."
|[02/25/21 - 11:36 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 25
Updates include: Rose Leslie, Theo James to lead "The Time Traveler's Wife" at HBO; Naturi Naughton cast in ABC's "Queens" pilot; and O-T Fagbenle to play Barack Obama in Showtime's "The First Lady."