The Television Critics Assosciation tour is currently underway in California, which means we're in for a steady onslaught of TV and network news in the next week. Today's big news from NBC: miniseries, lots of them. Miniseries or "limited series" are something of a trend with the major broadcast networks these days, and the Peacock is throwing its hat in the ring with four major events, the buzziest of which include Hillary Clinton and Rosemary's Baby.
The former will star the beautiful Diane Lane as the formidable senator/Secretary of State/wife, opening circa President Clinton's impeachment in 1998 and following her life up to now. The only major detail about the Rosemary remake is a location shift to Paris instead of New York.
Additionally a remake of Stephen King's 1993 ABC miniseries The Tommyknockers has also been greenlit (because what's a calendar year without a King adaptation on the tube?) as well as Plymouth, which, you guessed it, will focus on the 1620 Massachussets settlement. All four will be at least four hours, with Plymouth potentially expanding.