In addition to the eight-episode historical thriller, the cable channel picked up pilot for the family crime drama “Animal Kingdom” and the raucous Shakespeare series “Will.”
The crew of the U.S.S. Nathan James is back in the United States, and coming face to face with the effects of the global pandemic.
The adventure series will return later this year for 10 more episodes.
The crime drama, which stars Sean Bean as an undercover FBI agent, will return next year for a 10-episode second season.
The series centers on a string of brutal murders in the Pacific Northwest.
TNT plans to dive into more black ops drama with Agent X, starring Jeff Hephner, Sharon Stone and Gerald McRaney.
TNT orders a pilot forLumen, to be produced in association with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television.
Chris Vance stars in the spinoff on the action franchise, which will finally premiere Oct. 18 in the United States.
The deal kicks off with Avengers: Age of Ultron, which will air on the cable channel roughly two years after its theatrical premiere.
The sharp-shooting action film will inspire a new TNT television series, with Wahlberg producing.
The Ed Burns period cop show and the Jennifer Beals supernatural drama score greenlights from from the cable channel.
The first trailer for the fourth season of TNT’s post-apocalyptic drama shows life hasn’t gotten any easier for the 2nd Massachusetts Militia Regiment.