TBS Kills 'I>Rat,' New Taylor Kitsch Series Adds Cast and More

TBS Kills 'I>Rat,' New Taylor Kitsch Series Adds Cast and More ...

TBS is getting rid of the bugs in its cooking area.

Rat in the Kitchen, a traditional cooking competition program hosted by French chef Ludo Lefebvre and comedian Natasha Leggero, has been canceled by the cable network after one season, according to Deadline's sister website. The series premiered in March 2022.

According to Warner Bros. Discovery U.S. Networks Group Chairman and CCO Kathleen Finch, the cancellation was necessary following the addition of Food Network and Cooking Channel to the company's portfolio because "it doesn't make sense to spread the peanut butter so thinly from a content standpoint."

Are you ready for some new newsworthy information? Well...

Dane DeHaan (The Staircase), Shea Whigham (Perry Mason), and Betty Glipin (GLOW) have joined Netflix's American Primeval, a limited series about the American West starring Taylor Kitsch (Friday Night Lights), according to Deadline. Also joining the cast are Joe Tippett (Mare of Easttown), Jai Courtney (Kaleidoscope), Nick Hargrove (Charmed), Saura Lightfoot Leon (Hoard), Preston Mota

The Venery of Samantha Bird, starring Katherine Langford (13 Reasons Why), has increased its cast: Finn Jones (Iron Fist), Francesca Reale (Stranger Things), Embeth Davidtz (The Morning Show), Adam Faison (Everything's Gonna Be Okay), Shalini Bathina (Little Voice) and Tyrone Marshall Brown (Power).

Tubi's first unscripted cooking series, Kitchen Commando, will premiere on Sunday, February 12, according to Variety's sister site Variety. The 10-episode series will follow host Andre Rush, a White House chef and US Army Master Sergeant, as he explores the restaurant scene in D.C. in search of venues that might benefit from his expertise.

Wolf, a drama created by Michael Grassi (Riverdale), has been given a pilot order by NBC. The film follows a larger-than-life neurologist and his team of interns as they investigate the final great frontier, the human mind, while also grappling with their own relationships and mental health.

Which TVLine Items pique your interest today?