quote:The Expanse - Renewed for a 3rd Season
NEW YORK – March 16, 2017 – Syfy today announced a Season 3 pickup of THE EXPANSE, the drama series called the “best sci-fi show on TV” by io9 and recognized for “transforming TV” by Wired. The 13-episode third season will premiere on Syfy in 2018. From Alcon Television Group, THE EXPANSE is currently airing new Season 2 episodes every Wednesday at 10/9c on Syfy.
“THE EXPANSE is a gorgeous, thrilling, emotional series that has quite simply raised the bar for science fiction on television,” said Chris McCumber, President, Entertainment Networks for NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment. “We, along with the fans, are looking forward to continuing the journey with our partners at Alcon Television Group and the series’ brilliant cast and crew.”
THE EXPANSE unfolds across a colonized galaxy 200 years in the future, when two strangers become unwittingly swept up in a vast conspiracy. Based on the New York Times bestselling book series collectively known as “The Expanse,” written by Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck (under the pen name James S. A. Corey), THE EXPANSE stars Steven Strait, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Dominique Tipper, Cas Anvar, Wes Chatham and Frankie Adams.
quote:Shades of Blue - Renewed for a 3rd Season
quote:The Big Bang Theory - Renewed for 2 More Season
eal Extends Broadcast Television’s #1 Scripted Series through the 2018-2019 Season*
CBS Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television have reached a two-year broadcast agreement for the top-rated, acclaimed comedy THE BIG BANG THEORY.
quote:Shut Eye - Renewed for a 2nd Season by Hulu with New Showrunner
The streamer has handed out a second season renewal to drama Shut Eye, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. John Shiban (Hell on Wheels, Da Vinci's Demons) will take over as showrunner, replacing David Hudgins (Friday Night Lights), for the drama's 10-episode second season
quote:CBS Renews 18 Shows for the 2017/18 Season
*Pick-Ups Include the #1 Scripted Program/Comedy, the #1 Drama, the #1 New Series, the #1 New Comedy and the #1 Newsmagazine*
*5 Freshman Series Part of Network’s Early Renewals*
CBS today announced early renewals of 18 returning series for the 2017-2018 season, displaying the programming depth and stability of America’s Most Watched Network. Additional returning series pick-ups for next season will be announced at a later date.
The shows renewed to date include 6 comedies, 9 dramas, 1 reality series, 2 newsmagazines and a roster of hit programs across every night of the week. They also include the #1 scripted program/comedy THE BIG BANG THEORY; the #1 drama NCIS; the #1 new series BULL; the #1 new comedy KEVIN CAN WAIT; and the #1 newsmagazine 60 MINUTES.
· THE BIG BANG THEORY*
· BLUE BLOODS
· HAWAII FIVE-0
· KEVIN CAN WAIT
· LIFE IN PIECES
· MADAM SECRETARY
· MAN WITH A PLAN
· NCIS: LOS ANGELES
· NCIS: NEW ORLEANS
· SUPERIOR DONUTS
· 48 HOURS
· 60 MINUTES
quote:The Knick - Cancelled by Cinemax
wel vreemd dat ze anderhalf jaar na de start van s2 pas komen met een bericht dat het gecancelled isquote:
quote:Humans Renewed for Season 3
These are the droids AMC is looking for: The cable net, with production partners Channel 4 and Kudos, has renewed Humans for Season 3.
The series — which explores the relationships between humans and robotic servants called Synths — will return with eight new episodes in 2018.
“Humans provides a thrilling look at the evolution of technology and its effect on society,” said Joel Stillerman, president of original programming and development for AMC and Sundance TV in a statement. “The critical response to Season 2 celebrates the creative vision, dynamic storytelling and compelling portrayals shared by the writers, producers and actors. We are pleased to continue our collaboration with Channel 4 and Kudos and look forward to Season 3.”
Humans wrapped its second season on March 20. Production on Season 3 will begin this fall.
quote:Santa Clarita Diet - Renewed for Season 2
quote:The Mindy Project - Renewed for 6th and Final Season by Hulu
quote:Time After Time - Cancelled by ABC
quote:Mindhunter - Renewed for 2nd Season by Netflix
Netflix has renewed its upcoming David Fincher and Charlize Theron produced crime drama Mindhunter for a 2nd season, before its fall premiere, SpoilerTV has learned. Season 2 is set to start production in May and will go on till Decemmber.
Based on the book Mind Hunter: Inside FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit, Mindhunter is set in 1979, and centers on the inquisitive and skilled FBI Agent Bill Tench (Holt McCallany). Along with fellow serial killer investigator in the behavioral science unit, FBI agent Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff), Tench interviews serial killers to help them solve current murders. Anna Torv and Hannah Gross also star.
quote:Conviction and Notorious- Cancelled
As we all suspected, Conviction and Notorious has been cancelled.
quote:Kingdom Cancelled After 3 Seasons
Kingdom is punching out after Season 3.
The mixed martial arts drama — which stars Frank Grillo, Matt Lauria and Nick Jonas, among others — has been cancelled, TVLine has learned.
The announcement was made on Saturday by AT&T Audience Network and Endemol Shine Studios. The joint statement, released exclusively to EW.com, reads as follows:
“We are looking forward to the upcoming third and final season of Kingdom… We expect Season 3 to be a great one and appreciate the hard work and dedication from creator and showrunner Byron Balasco, as well as the entire cast and crew. We could not be more proud to have worked with all of them on such an amazing series.”
Kingdom‘s 10-episode final season is set to premiere on Wednesday, May 31 at 8/7c.
Jammer, maar ik denk ook wel dat het beter is om er een goed einde aan te maken na 3 seizoenenquote:
quote:Falling Water - Renewed for a 2nd Season
quote:A Series of Unfortunate Events - Renewed for a 3rd Season
Less than a month after Netflix announced a Season 2 pickup for A Series of Unfortunate Events, TVLine has learned exclusively that the streamer has quietly renewed the dark comedy for a third season.