This week for TVEnthusiast’s weekly news show, The Week’s News, The Russo Brothers bring The Warriors out to play on Hulu, Attack on Titan Season 2 is scheduled for Spring 2017, 4 surviving The Walking Dead actors are made into series regulars, and Marc Summers brings Double Dare to Comic Con. TNT’s Animal Kingdom is renewed for a second season, TBS’s Wrecked for a second as well, and TBS’s Angie Tribeca for a 3rd, while Stranger Things gets a second season order from Netflix ahead of its first season release. The CW signs a deal with Netflix that will bring seasons of the networks shows to the streaming giant within 8 days of a season finale, and HBO’s Game of Thrones delays production to take advantage of winter weather conditions.
This Week’s Question: Deceased drug kingpin Pablo Escobar’s brother Roberto Escobar, has politely requested advanced screeners for the second season of Netflix’s series Narcos, which depicts the life and death of his brother. Roberto himself worked for the Medellín cartel that his brother ran in the 1980s in Columbia. Should Netflix honor his request? Or deny it?
The Week’s News is TVEnthusiast’s weekly roundup of the news that affects the shows you love.