Adhir is set to lead a new series for Amazon, Making Friends! The series centers on Mark, a brilliant guy with an artificial intelligence degree who creates robots and spends his days hanging out with them as his main group of friends.

Deadline has all the details over here.

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Good news! Aliens in America is now on free streaming service CW Seed, which is available online at CWSeed.com and via app on various devices. It’s great to see the show in this kind of quality after so long, so hop, skip, jump.

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Brothered Up has been officially passed over by CBS. Back to the drawing board — we know there will be future opportunities and we will be here to support Adhir at every turn.

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I Love Dick, Jill Soloway’s series based on the novel by Chris Kraus, is back and the entire series is streaming on Amazon Prime.

[Trailer NSFW.]

Adhir appears in 6 of the 8 episodes this season, so jump on over and give a watch if you can.

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According to Variety:

“Brothered Up” — the buddy cop comedy that centers around an African-American cop (D.L. Hughley) and Pakistani cop (Adhir Kalyan) — is high on the comedy radar at CBS. Despite coming in late, given that one of the lead roles was re-cast with Hughley, the pilot tested “through the roof,” says a source.

And according to Deadline:

…things are still murky, but, against all odds, I hear multi-camera cop sitcom Brothered Up overcame a head-scratcher of a premise — an emotionally guarded African-American cop partnered with an emotionally available Pakistani cop as they patrol a Detroit neighborhood — and last-second recasting of one of the leads, which delayed the taping, to fare well in the first testings.

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Adhir is set to co-lead a new pilot for CBS, Brothered Up. The series centers on Calvin, an emotionally guarded African-American cop who is partnered with Farooq, an emotionally available Pakistani cop, and they are forced to find a way to connect as they patrol a Detroit neighborhood.

We’ll bring you news as we get it!

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