Lots of news from Amazon and Netflix, on this week’s edition of TVEnthusiast’s The Week’s News.

New shows in development include The Vampire Chronicles, High Wire, Embassy Down, Rellik, Mayans MC, Holy Shit, Real Love, Call Me Francis, Final Space, Swimming With Sharks, and Your Time Is Up

Z Nation was renewed, while Celebrity Name Game and Good Girls Revolt were not.

Actors Christina Brucato (Orange is the new Black), Stephen Root (King of the Hill), K.C. Collins (Robocop), Ulrich Thomsen (Banshee), Betty White (The Golden Girls), Paul Bettany (Captain America: Civil War), Keisha Castle-Hughes (Game of Thrones), Daniel Brühl (Rush), Luke Evans (The Girl on The Train), Erika Christensen (Parenthood), Felix Solis (Colony), Kick Gurry (Jupiter Ascending), Doug Jones (Hellboy), Anthony Rapp (Road Trip), Michael Mosley (Longmire), Patrick Murney (Public Morals), and Regina King (The Leftovers) have all landed new roles.

Hamilton Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda has hopped onto a new project, while Director Kevin Smith (Clerks) and Showrunner Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) have left projects behind.

Netflix is letting you download some of their catalog for offline viewing, and Amazon is letting you subscribe to the digital lineups of HBO and Cinemax through their Amazon Prime Channels program.

This Week’s Question:  Full House Creator, Jeff Franklin, has purchased the home in San Fransisco that was used for exterior shots in his series.  So my question is, what TV home would you like to buy?

The Week’s News is TVEnthusiast’s weekly roundup of the news that affects the shows you love.

Written by Tyson Gifford

Tyson Gifford

Tyson wrote for Nintendo Enthusiast before being promoted as the first Editor in Chief of TVEnthusiast. He watches more television and anime than he should have any time for.