quote:American Crime Story - Renewed for a 3rd Season; Dealing with Versace Murder
quote:Frontier - Renewed for 2nd Season Ahead of Premiere
TORONTO (October 25, 2016) – Demonstrating unwavering confidence and commitment to its first-ever original scripted drama FRONTIER, Discovery Canada is proud to announce the renewal of the series for a second season. Production of Season 2, once again starring Jason Momoa (GAME OF THRONES, Justice League), is currently underway in advance of the gritty new series’ world premiere on Sunday, Nov. 6 at 9 p.m. ET on Discovery Canada.
Produced in association with Discovery by Take The Shot Productions, together with their partners at ASAP Entertainment, filming of FRONTIER’s six-episode second season is now underway in St. John’s, Nfld., Cape Breton, N.S., Cornwall, U.K., and Ottawa. Season 2 of the premium, beautifully vivid 4K UHD-produced drama is set to premiere in 2017 in Canada on Discovery. Both seasons will be streamed around the world via partner Netflix.
Set against the stunning, rawness of 1700s Canada, FRONTIER is a thrilling action-filled series revolving around warring factions vying for control of the fur trade in a ruthless game of wealth and power.
quote:Guilt - Cancelled by Freeform
quote:Young & Hungry - Renewed for a 5th Season
quote:Notorious - Episode Order Trimmed
ABC has trimmed the season 1 episode order of Notorious from 13 episodes to 10.
quote:Saving Hope - Season 5 - Announced as Final Season
quote:Longmire - Renewed for 6th and Final Season by Netflix
quote:‘Workaholics’ To End After 7 Seasons On Comedy Central
Het echte tv seizoen is pas sinds september onderweg.quote:
Notorious is van 13 eps gekort naar 10, dus feitelijk gezien al gecancelled.quote:
Dus, exit Notorious, Pitch en The Exorcist.twitter:
Dat valt toch op zich wel mee, vergeleken met vorige jaren?quote:Op vrijdag 4 november 2016 14:30 schreef wolfrolf het volgende:
Notorious is van 13 eps gekort naar 10, dus feitelijk gezien al gecancelled.Tevens:twitter:Dus, exit Notorious, Pitch en The Exorcist.twitter:
quote:The Simpsons Renewed at Fox Through Record-Setting Season 30
The Simpsons will outlive us all every future generation to come.
Fox on Friday renewed the classic ‘toon for two more seasons — through Season 30. The pickup will bring Homer & Co. to a record 669 episodes, easily surpassing Gunsmoke (635) as the scripted series with the most episodes under its belt.
In a statement, Homer Simpson (with a little help from Fox’s PR crew, no doubt) bragged, “Take that Gunsmoke! You lost a race you didn’t even know you were running!”
The Simpsons, which is currently in its 28th season, will formally surpass Gunsmoke‘s episode total in Season 29.
“This is yet another record-setting moment for what is truly a landmark series,” said Dana Walden and Gary Newman, Chairmen and CEOs, Fox Television Group. “The Simpsons has meant so much to the network, the studio and everyone at Fox, and its continued cultural impact around the globe is a testament to the combined brilliance of [exec producers] Matt, Jim and Al.”
quote:Conviction - Cancelled
ABC is not moving forward with additional episodes of Hayley Atwell drama Conviction.
The Disney-owned network will produce the initial 13 episodes of the struggling freshman drama, with the series not receiving any additional orders. It's also unclear if Conviction, from exec producer Liz Friedman, will remain in its current Mondays at 10 p.m. slot beyond Nov. 14.
quote:Dead of Summer - Cancelled
quote:Westworld Renewed for Second Season at HBO, May Not Return Until 2018
"Westworld is such a big, ambitious show. I don't know if it will be fall of 2017 or into '18," HBO programming president Casey Bloys told THR. "That will depend as we get up and running. With Westworld, because the production is such a big endeavor, I don't exactly know when [it will premiere] yet. I can't speculate other than to say it'll either be '17 or '18.
quote:Insecure and Divorce - Renewed for 2nd Seasons by HBO
quote:Amazon Renews Tig Notaro's 'One Mississippi' for Second Season
quote:Berlin Station and Graves Both Renewed for Season 2 by Epix
Epix’s first two scripted series are both getting a Season 2.
Berlin Station and Graves have both been renewed for a second season, Epix announced on Thursday. Spy thriller Berlin Station stars Hannibal alum Richard Armitage as a CIA operative stationed in Berlin who’s trying to find the source of a damaging leak; Graves is a half-hour political dramedy starring Nick Nolte as a former U.S. President attempting to salvage his legacy decades after leaving the White House.
Both series premiered last month on Epix, a pay-cable network that launched in 2009 and is now in more than 50 million homes. Production on Season 2 for both is set to begin in spring 2017. Also in the works at Epix: a TV remake of the 1995 film Get Shorty, with Ray Romano and Bridesmaids‘ Chris O’Dowd set to star.
“We’re incredibly proud of the work our creators, executive producers, cast and crew did on the first seasons of Berlin Station and Graves,” Epix president and CEO Mark S. Greenberg said in a statement. “These ambitious series represent the level of prestigious, cinematic and authentic storytelling we are committed to offering our subscribers.”
quote:The Night Shift Renewed for Season 4
Having proven to have steady vitals, NBC’s The Night Shift has been renewed for Season 4, TVLine has learned.
Averaging 5 million total weekly viewers and a 1.0 demo rating, The Night Shift easily bested the likes of CBS’ Zoo (4.5 mil/0.7) and Fox’s Wayward Pines (2.4 mil/0.7) to stand as this past summer’s No. 1 drama. (Fainter praise alert: The medical sudser also was undefeated in its Wednesdays-at-10 time slot this summer, opposite CBS’ American Gothic and ABC reruns.)
The Night Shift‘s Season 3 finale — which left almost every character’s fate in one kind of flux or another — earned an average grade of “A” from TVLine readers.
“Week after week, The Night Shift tells incredibly engaging and emotional stories that draw us into a unique world,” NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke said in a statement. “We are delighted to renew the show for an exciting fourth season and look forward to continue working with such a great cast and executive producing team.”
quote:Dirk Gently - Renewed for 2nd Season by BBC America
quote:Z Nation Renewed for Fourth Season at Syfy