TV Quick Hits: ‘Fuller House’ season 2 scoop; ‘Bosch’ renewed; Tracy Morgan heads to TBS

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The second season of “Fuller House” is looking to significantly expand the world of some of our characters. For example, we’re going to have a chance to learn much more about Joey’s family based out of Las Vegas, and at the same time, we’ve learned a thing or two further now on the Kimmy Gibbler front.

Per a report from E! Online, former “Switched at Birth” actor Adam Hagenbuch is going to be appearing on the upcoming season of the show as Jimmy Gibbler. Given how much the “Fuller House” writers love puns, it really should not surprise anyone that they went with a name that rhymes so perfectly with “Kimmy.” This character has not been extensively mentioned on the show before now, but we don’t exactly think that matters much.

Want some other news from the day? Then read on…

Bosch” renewed – For anyone who loves the Amazon drama, you’ll be thrilled to know that they’ve already issued a season 4 renewal, even if season 3 has yet to even premiere.

In a statement, Amazon Studios VP Roy Price had the following to say about the decision: “We are excited to announce the fourth season renewal of Amazon Prime Video’s longest running original drama series … Prime members have loved following Detective Harry Bosch as he navigates difficult situations in his professional and personal lives, and we’re excited to let them know that even more is coming.”

Tracy Morgan comedy heading to TBS – While it seemed for some time that the comedian would be heading to FX / FXX in some capacity with a project following his near-fatal accident, the latest news finds him somewhere else. Morgan is heading to TBS for a new comedy created by Jordan Peele and John Carcieri, one where he will play an ex-con named Tracy who tries to reconnect with his old life — including twins he never knew about. This will prove hard, and he may eventually have to rely on his prison skills in order to make ends meet.

We’ll see precisely what happens with this comedy, or when it ends up airing. (Photo: Netflix.)

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