In today’s roundup, CBS All Access shares the official red band trailer for its first original comedy series “No Activity,” USA offers an exclusive first look at “Damnation” and more.


CBS All Access, CBS Television Network’s digital subscription video on-demand and live streaming service, has released the official key art (above) and red band trailer for its first original comedy series, “No Activity.” Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and Funny or Die executive produce the series, which will premiere Sunday, Nov. 12. Patrick Brammall and Tim Meadows star alongside special guests including Ferrell and J.K. Simmons. View the official NSFW trailer for “No Activity” below:

USA has shared a sneak peek at its series “Damnation” which will premiere Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 10 p.m. “Damnation” will focus on inhabitants of a Depression-era Iowa town as they struggle to fight for what they believe to be right, threatening to tear apart the town and ruin a brotherhood. Watch Variety’s exclusive clip from the series premiere below:

Jack Dishel has shared an exclusive first look at the season finale for his digital series, “:DRYVRS” with Variety. Though “:DRYVRS” first premiered in 2015 with an episode that saw Macaulay Culkin reprising his infamous “Home Alone” role, the comedy’s first season streamed in full during fall 2017, featuring additional guest stars like Steven Weber, Kevin Pollak, Darren Criss, Jeff Garlin, Jakob Dylan and Nick Valensi. The season finale, which is entitled “Transfer of Power” and premieres Tuesday, Oct. 31 on writer/director/actor Dishel’s YouTube page, will feature guest stars Seth Green and Rodney Mullen. Watch the exclusive first look at the season finale below:


Peyton List will join “Gotham” as a recurring guest star in the role of Ivy Pepper/Poison Ivy. The show’s producers described the new incarnation of DC’s Poison Ivy super villain as a dangerous “live wire of crazy energy.” Poison Ivy was previously portrayed on “Gotham” by Clare Foley and Maggie Geha. List has recently appeared on several CW shows, including “Frequency,” “The Flash,” and “The Tomorrow People,” in addition to stints on “Colony” and “Mad Men.”


Freeform‘s annual “25 Days of Christmas” programming event will expand to include holiday-themed offerings from ABC, Disney Channel, Disney XD and Disney Junior under the same banner, beginning Dec. 1. While Freeform will debut its first original movie in the previously announced “Angry Angel,” as well as premiere a “Decorating Disney: Holiday Magic” special and feature “The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration,” which originally airs on ABC, ABC will debut new seasons of “The Great Christmas Light Fight,” “The Great American Baking Show” and holiday episodes of family comedies like “Fresh Off The Boat,” “The Mayor,” “The Middle” and more. Disney Channel, in partnership with Disney Parks, will present a special holiday event entitled “Disney Parks Presents a Disney Channel Holiday Celebration” featuring performances by the network’s starts, and Disney Junior will debut “The Lion Guard: Timon and Pumbaa’s Christmas.”

MTV has announced the eight-episode debut of “Floribama Shore,” a reality series set to premiere Monday, Nov. 27 at 10 p.m. The show follows the party life of eight young adults from Florida’s Panama City Beach to Alabama and marks a return for the network’s “Shore” franchise, which consists of shows around the world from Poland to Mexico. “Jersey Shore” creator and executive producer SallyAnn Salsano will executive produce with her 495 Productions team. The series will air internationally starting in Dec.