Bill Paxton's tragic passing leaves a question mark over the future of CBS crime drama Training Day, in which Paxton stars alongside Justin Cornwell.
Following Bill Paxton's death on Sunday, Training Day will honor its late star with a dedication at the top of Thursday's episode.
A report states that Bill Paxton completed filming on season 1 of the new CBS TV series Training Day prior to his untimely death.
CBS attempts to turn Antoine Fuqua's dark, violent tale of police corruption into a redemption story with Bill Paxton and his young trainee.
The upcoming Training Day TV show on CBS - based on Antoine Fuqua's 2001 crime drama - gets an official premiere date set for February 2017.
CBS has offered up trailers for all the news series joining its fall 2016 season, including Training Day and The Great Indoors.
CBS has picked up six new series, including one based on Antoine Fuqua's Training Day and the reboot of classic action show MacGyver.
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Actor Michael Irby has joined the cast of the Taken TV show, while Katrina Law (Arrow) has been cast opposite Bill Paxton in the Training Day TV show.
Actor Bill Paxton has signed on to play Frank Rourke, the lead villain in CBS' pilot based on the 2001 movie Training Day.
CBS' upcoming TV adaptation of the 2001 hit crime film Training Day has lost Ethan Hawke from its potential cast and Antoine Fuqua as director.
Ethan Hawke may reprise his Training Day role of Jake Hoyt for CBS' recently ordered TV series pilot based on the 2001 film.
Director Antoine Fuqua is set to helm the pilot for the Training Day TV series, based on his hit 2001 movie with Denzel Washington.
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CBS has committed to the pilot for 'Training Day', a TV series continuation of the Oscar-winning Denzel Washington dirty cop movie.
‘Training Day’ director Antoine Fuqua and producer Jerry Bruckheimer have plans to adapt the crime drama into a television series.