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a transgender student coming out, and teenage alcoholism.
It’s a tale about strength — emotional, psychological, and of character — as well as one that shines a light on the stories of those often forgotten.
The show hails from Salim Akil and Mara Brock Akil.
Looking ahead to next year, they are going bigger and bolder with storytelling, production values, and marquee names to break through the clutter and make enough noise to attract — and then keep — an audience.
Here, previews the most anticipated scripted television of 2018 — both new and returning. 3)Fox Ryan Murphy’s return to broadcast television is event television in and of itself, but adding to the caliber of the new drama about first responders and the 9-1-1 operators who take and route the calls is the star power of the cast: Connie Britton, Angela Bassett and Peter Krause chief among them. 22) TNT The Turner cabler has a lot at stake for this 1800s period drama based on Caleb Carr’s novel of the same name.
Showrunner Marti Noxon has adapted Sarai Walker’s novel about a woman preparing for weight-loss surgery whose life gets turned upside down by two competing feminist factions, putting her in the middle and making her rethink what it means to be a revolutionary.
The show also marks Julianna Margulies’ (“The Good Wife”) return to the small screen. 3) Freeform In a rare move, ABC family comedy “Black-ish” is getting a spinoff on another network with a younger demographic.