Earlier this year, Glenn did a guest star appearance on The Fugitive, a show that can be streamed on Quibi. The show’s synopsis was as follow:
When a bomb rips through the Los Angeles subway train he’s riding on, blue-collar Mike Ferro just wants to make sure his wife, Allison, and 10-year-old daughter, Pearl, are safe. But the faulty evidence on the ground and a “tweet-now, confirm-later” journalist paint a nightmarish picture: it looks to all the world that Mike was responsible for the heinous act. Wrongfully—and very publicly—accused, Mike must prove his innocence by uncovering the real perpetrator, before the legendary cop heading the investigation can apprehend him.
Glenn played Jerry Conwell, a traditionally-trained editor of the news reporter who blasted the news and didn’t OK her tweet. Head to the gallery for high quality screencaptures.
I’ve updated the gallery with stills, screencaptures, promos & key art of Glenn in season 3 of A.P. Bio. Make sure to stream the new season on Peacock so we can get season 4.
For A.P. Bio, at least, school will definitely be back in session this fall.
Ahead of Peacock‘s national July 15 launch, the streaming service has announced that Season 3 of A.P. Bio — which it plucked from the ashes almost exactly a year ago — will premiere Thursday, Sept. 3 (releasing all eight episodes at once, binge-style). [More at Source]
It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia has been renewed for a fifteenth season. The record-setting pickup was revealed as part of FX’s original programming slate through 2021, announced Tuesday morning.
With its 14 seasons to date, It’s always Sunny had tied ABC’s The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet as the longest-running live-action comedy series. Now FX’s flagship half-hour series is solidifying its place in the TV history books as the sole holder of the record. [Source]