AMC unveiled key art for The Walking Dead Season 5, Part 2.
USA canceled Covert Affairs after five seasons. [EW]
Syfy is teaming up with Relativity Television (Catfish) to develop a new unscripted series that goes behind the scenes of the “dangerous world” of hackers. In an unintentionally hilarious press release, Syfy elaborates: “Hackers will reveal the secrets behind the most infamous cyber-crimes ever committed, using sophisticated, never-before-seen digital graphics to create an experiential ‘hacking‘ scene that exposes what actually happens when a computer network is broken into – including what goes on inside the mind of the hacker.” Not as great as the movie, but I’ll take it. [Syfy]
Last season, NBC made history by actually renewing a sitcom starring David Walton, noted one-season wonder actor. But now About a Boy has had its Season 2 order trimmed from 22 episodes 20. Not drastic, but not promising, either. [TV Guide]
Netflix renewed Marco Polo for a second ten-episode season and announced premiere dates for its upcoming original series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (March 6), Bloodline (March 20), Daredevil (April 10), and Grace and Frankie (May 8). [Deadline]
YouTube star and comedian Grace Helbig will soon have her own primetime comedy talk show on E!, tentatively titled The Grace Helbig Project. It’s expected to premiere in April. [NY Times]