Ashley Tisdale in the comedy Brutally Honest, Hulu renews This Fool and other news in short

Additionally, Eliza Coupe brings trouble in So Help Me Todd and the official Dragon Age: Absolution trailer.

The star of High School Musical Ashley Tisdale is collaborating with CBS on the development of Brutally Honesta comedy inspired in part by her life experiences, of which she will be the protagonist and executive producer.

The script of the project is in the hands of Sarah Haskins And Emily Halpernthe duo behind the critically acclaimed comedy Three wives for dad. According to preliminary details shared at the time, Brutally Honest wants to show how having a baby can ruin, save, change, destroy and inspire a wedding … all by lunchtime.

This Fool renewed for a second season

Hulu has announced that the comedy with Chris Estrada This Fool will return with a second season, also 10 episodes long. The news of the renewal follows the series’ debut by three months accompanied by rave reviews. Written and produced by Estrada, This Fool revolves around Julio Lopez, a 30-year-old who still lives with his family and finds a thousand excuses to avoid facing his problems.

So Help Me Todd hosts Eliza Coupe

The new legal drama from CBS So Help Me Todd has hired Eliza Coupe for an important guest star role in an upcoming episode, the first of the series to air in 2023. The actress of Happy Endings And Reboot she will play the role of Veronica, the private investigator / mentor who seduced and deceived the protagonist Todd (Skylar Astin) two years ago, making him believe they were equal partners in their detective agency while he was framing him for his illegal and fake wiretapping. Todd’s mother, meticulous and edgy lawyer Margaret Wright (Marcia Gay Harden), she managed to keep him out of jail, but was stripped of his license, until she hired him as an internal investigator in her law firm. In the January 5 episode, when Margaret is on the verge of losing a case involving the murder of a prominent investigative reporter, Todd secretly turns to her ex for help.

David Iacono and other additions to the Dead Boy Detectives cast

The actor de Summer in your eyes David Iacono landed a recurring role in the upcoming HBO Max series based on the DC comic Dead Boy Detectives. Written by the creator de The flight attendant Steve Yockeythe supernatural drama follows Edwin Payne and Charles Rowland (George Rexstrew And Jayden Revri), two dead British teenagers, staying on Earth to become investigators investigating crimes involving the supernatural. Iacono will play David, a powerful and menacing demon who haunts the Dead Boys and their very alive friend Crystal (Kassius Nelson). The cast of the series also joined Michael Beach (Dahmer), Joshua Colley (Senior Year) And Lindsey Gort (All Rise).

The official Dragon Age: Absolution trailer

Netflix has released the official trailer and announced the voice cast of Dragon Age: Absolution, an animated series based on Bioware’s popular fantasy video game, streaming from December 9th. Set in Tevinter, the adaptation features a set of new characters inspired by the lore of Dragon Ageincluding elves, wizards, knights, Qunari, Templars, demons and others. Kimberly Brooks voices Miriam, a pragmatic elven mercenary escaped from slavery whose heroic nature emerges when she is forced to face the nation that destroyed her life and the man responsible for her misery. With Brooks, Matthew Mercer, Ashly Burch, Sumalee Montano, Phil LaMarr, Keston John, Josh Keaton And Zehra Fazal.

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Ashley Tisdale in the comedy Brutally Honest, Hulu renews This Fool and other news in short