The upfronts keep on coming this week, and yesterday brought the unveiling of the new series coming to ABC for the 2016-2017 television season. Since ABC canceled a bunch of shows, including Agent Carter and Marvel’s Most Wanted, we’re...Show More Summary
Hayley Atwell looks chic and sleek as she arrives on the red carpet at the 2016 ABC Upfront Presentation on Tuesday (May 17) at Lincoln Center in New York City. The 34-year-old Agent Carter alum stars as a brilliant lawyer in the new political drama Conviction, which debuted its official trailer at the event. Hayley [...]
Atwell plays a junkie seeking redemption as part of the Conviction Integrity Unit in a new ABC series set to debut this fall.
ABC presented its new fall programming at its upfronts earlier today. Upfronts used be a huge cause for celebration around these parts, and we would devote thousands of words to them each season, breaking down the new series and the...
In the lead up to its 2016 upfront presentation, ABC shed several underwhelming or underperforming series, including Marvel’s Agent Carter. As disappointing as that news was, it wasn’t that surprising given the show’s ratings, as well as the fact that Peggy Carter herself, Hayley Atwell, was recently assigned to Conviction. Show More Summary
ABC unveils nine new programs for the 2016-2017 TV season such as Hayley Atwell's Conviction and a Dirty Dancing three-hour special.
ABC’s 2016-17 Primetime Schedule reveals a number of changes big and small. Fan favorite Castle is gone, by Agent Carter star Hayley Atwell’s Conviction moves into its Monday night timeslot. American Housewife slides into the Tuesday slot between The Goldbergs and Modern Family, while Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Show More Summary
ABC has unveiled its Fall schedule, and Scandal isn't on it! The network is unveiling a few new shows, including Hayley Atwell's new drama Conviction and Designated Survivor, starring Kiefer Sutherland, but Shonda Rhimes's political thriller will be held until midseason due to Kerry Washington's pregnancy. Show More Summary
ABC has canceled the series starring Hayley Atwell. Now, fans are hoping a superhero might swoop in to save the show.
The "Agent Carter" star plays a former First Daughter seeking redemption in the new legal drama that also features Shawn Ashmore and Emily Kinney.
After two seasons of working with Agent Carter, ABC has decided to can the Marvel show and move its star to the freshly ordered Conviction. Hayley Atwell will play Hayes Morrison, who, according to the network, is a lawyer and former First Daughter "about to accept a job offered from ... More »
ABC will release trailers for all its new shows next week but in the meantime, we've been gifted with a crop of teasers for Shonda Rhimes' Still Star-Crossed, Hayley Atwell's Conviction and more. Check them out below! Downward Dog A new comedy told from the perspective of a dog. Yes please! Still... Read More >
According to The Hollywood Reporter, ABC has canceled the Marvel television series "AGENT CARTER" after two seasons. The series chronicled the adventures of S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) after the events of "CAPTAIN...Show More Summary
ABC has ordered Conviction, a new series starring Hayley Atwell, to series. The new show follows Hayes Morrison, a lawyer and former First Daughter who takes a job with her nemesis, NY District Attorney Wayne Wallis (Eddie Cahill) in order to avoid jail time for cocaine possession. The job is with... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Marvel's Agent Carter Hayley Atwell
While full trailers for the new series aren’t expected until ABC does its Upfront presentation next week, the network is still getting fans excited for its new 2016-2017 shows with a few short teasers. CONVICTION. Hayley Atwell stars as the former daughter of the President who has a brilliant legal mind, but a self-destructive streak. […]
Peggy Carter, we already miss you. Agent Carter has been canceled by ABC after two seasons, and we're so upset over it. Still, there is a silver lining as Hayley Atwell, who will...
There will be no Season 3 for Marvel’s Agent Carter. ABC has cancelleed the Marvel series after two midseason outings. The show’s star Hayley Atwell already has a new series as ABC just picked up her drama pilot Conviction to series. Compared to its Season 1 finale of February 24 last year, the Season 2 Agent Carter closer fell 46% among the…
ABC may have cancelled AGENT CARTER, but they’re staying in the Hayley Atwell business with the order of CONVICTION. Atwell stars as Carter Morrison, the former daughter of a US President. “Now she is a gorgeous mess, with a brilliant legal mind but a self-destructive streak. Arrested for cocaine possession, she gets an offer from Conner […]
ABC has picked up legal drama pilot Conviction to series. From Quantico executive producer Mark Gordon, Conviction, starring Hayley Atwell, was co-created by Liz Friedman (Elementary, Marvel's Jessica Jones), who wrote the script, and...Show More Summary
Hayley Atwell’s done an admirable job as Marvel’s Agent Carter, battling HYDRA—without super powers, thank you very much—and helping found S.H.I.E.L.D. Unfortunately, all that good work has done little to slow the decline in ratings, though it has raised Atwell’s profile enough for ABC to offer her the lead in a different drama. Show More Summary