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quote:Kimmy Schmidt Renewed for Season 4
It’s alive, dammit: Netflix has renewed Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt for a fourth season, the streaming service announced on Tuesday.
Kimmy stars Ellie Kemper as the naive survivor of a doomsday cult who moves to New York to start her life after 15 years stuck in an underground bunker. The supporting cast includes Tituss Burgess as Kimmy’s aspiring-actor roommate Titus, Jane Krakowski as her filthy rich former employer Jacqueline, and Carol Kane as her wacky landlord Lillian.
Season 3 of Kimmy debuted on Netflix last month, with all 13 episodes dropping on May 19. The series, co-created by Tina Fey and 30 Rock alum Robert Carlock, was originally developed at NBC, but moved over to Netflix before it made it to air. Since then, it’s racked up a total of eleven Emmy nominations, including two for Outstanding Comedy Series.
The show is also a haven for celebrity guest stars: Season 3 included turns from Jon Hamm, Josh Charles, Ray Liotta, Maya Rudolph, Daveed Diggs and Laura Dern.
quote:Girlboss Cancelled at Netflix
Netflix is firing its Girlboss.
The streaming service has cancelled the comedy series, starring Britt Robertson, after one season, our sister site Deadline reports.
The show — which was based on Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso — followed a scrappy, sassy hustler (Robertson) who realizes that she can buy vintage fashion in secondhand stores, then sell them for hundreds more on eBay.
Kay Cannon (30 Rock) wrote the 13-episode series, which was produced by Charlize Theron (Monster) and Amoruso, who announced the cancellation in an Instagram story.
Girlboss‘ axing marks Netflix’s third recent cancellation after The Get Down and Sense8, the latter of which sparked a fan petition to save the show. Ultimately, the campaign failed, with the streaming giant responding to grieving viewers on Facebook.
“We’ve seen the petitions, we’ve read the message… we know you want [us] to #RenewSense8,” read the message. “The reason we’ve taken so long to get back to you is because we’ve thought long and hard here at Netflix to try to make it work, but unfortunately we can’t.”
quote:Sense8 Revived at Netflix; Wrap-Up Special Announced for 2018
Netflix has finally come to its Sense8-s.
Co-creator Lana Wachowski took to Facebook on Friday to share a very important update on the fight to save the canceled series, announcing that there will be “another two-hour special released next year,” which reveal “what happens to Wolfgang.”
quote:Netflix Comedy Dear White People Renewed for Season 2
Class will remain in session at Netflix with a Season 2 pick-up for the college comedy Dear White People.
Based on the 2014 film of the same name, Dear White People follows several students of color at an overwhelmingly white school, with most of the 30-minute episodes focusing on a particular character.
The cast includes Logan Browning (Hit the Floor), DeRon Horton (Lethal Weapon), Brandon P. Bell (Hollywood Heights), John Patrick Amedori (Gossip Girl), Antoinette Robertson (Hart of Dixie), Ashley Blaine Featherson (Glee) and Marque Richardson (The Newsroom). Three of those actors — Bell, Richardson and Featherson — are reprising their roles from the film.
quote:The Carmichael Show Cancelled at NBC
NBC has cancelled The Carmichael Show after three seasons, TVLine has learned.
Notice of the show’s end spread Friday after Carmichael announced via statement that he would no longer lead the controversial comedy.
“For three seasons (okay 2.5), I got to make a show that I love with my friends. It’s something I’ve wanted to do since I was 13,” he said in a statement obtained by our sister site Deadline. “Now, I’m excited to go make other things that I love. Thank you to every person who worked on or watched The Carmichael Show.”
Despite critical acclaim, the fate of The Carmichael Show had very much been in doubt. Earlier this month, Deadline reported that NBC was “nowhere near a renewal decision” on the multi-camera sitcom, with cast options set to expire today.
“We are enormously proud of The Carmichael Show and Jerrod’s talent and vision to do a classic family sitcom that also taps into issues and relevant stories from the real world. We thank and salute the cast, crew, and producers — and especially Jerrod — for three critically-acclaimed seasons,” NBC said via statement.
Word of cancellation comes just six episodes into Carmichael‘s 13-episode summer run, and just two days after NBC aired its delayed mass shooting episode, originally scheduled for June 14. At the time, Jerrod Carmichael said it would be a disservice for the network not to follow through and air the episode as planned, referring to the very idea of preemption as “criminal.” The show once again drew buzz one week later with an episode debating the use of the N-word.
“The Carmichael Show was such a wonderful show that we choose to focus today not on its loss but on the three incredible seasons we had the pleasure to produce,” 20th Century Fox TV presidents Jonnie Davis and Howard Kurtzman said via statement. “We are thankful to the brilliant Jerrod Carmichael and his talented cast, and to showrunner Danielle Sanchez-Witzel, our fantastic writers and devoted production team. It’s a rarity that a comedy series tackles the social and political issues of the day in such a clever and hilariously funny way. This show was special, and we will miss it.”
The Carmichael Show thus far this season is averaging 3.7 million weeekly viewers and a 0.8 demo rating, down 12 percent from its sophomore run.
The Carmichael Show‘s third (and final) season currently airs Wednesdays at 9/8c.
Ga het wel missen!quote:Cops, out.
TNT’s Major Crimes will end after its upcoming sixth season, TVLine has learned exclusively.
What will now be the crime drama’s 13-episode farewell run kicks off on Tuesday, Oct. 31 at 9/8c, with the milestone Episode 100 landing on Dec. 19. The double-episode series finale will then air Jan. 16, 2018.
“The whole company of Major Crimes is dedicated to making [this] the best season yet,” says series creator James Duff. “We will finish our long run on TNT with a finale worthy of our loyal viewers and their years of unstinting support.”
A spinoff of The Closer, which starred Kyra Sedgwick in the title role and ran for seven seasons, Major Crimes stars Mary McDonnell, G.W. Bailey, Tony Denison, Michael Paul Chan, Raymond Cruz, Phillip P. Keene, Graham Patrick Martin, Kearran Giovanni, Jonathan Del Arco, Leonard Roberts, Jessica Meraz and Daniel di Tomasso.
As far as who is new for Season 6, Jessica Meraz (Chasing Life) has joined the cast as Det. Camila Paige, while Amirah Vann (Underground) will recur as Special Agent Jazzma Fey. Additionally, Billy Burke is set for his first appearance since the Season 3 finale as the franchise’s slithery Phillip Stroh.
Per TNT, as Commander Raydor grows accustomed to her new boss, Assistant Chief Leo Mason, “the MC detectives find themselves questioning their faith in the rapidly changing priorities of the justice system and their ability to reason through difficult changes.” Season 6 will treat fans to an array of milestones from celebrations of love to periods of loss. “Finally, they must accept the necessity of risk, in all its different guises, as they prepare to face the undeniable return of Phillip Stroh (returning guest star Billy Burke).”
“Major Crimes has successfully navigated the many challenges that arise with a spin-off; the primary mission of which is staying true to its core DNA while expanding into unique territory all its own,” says TNT EVP of original programming Sarah Aubrey. “From Brenda Leigh Johnson to Commander Sharon Raydor, the cast and crew have done a phenomenal job of creating enduring characters — many of whom are celebrating 200 episodes together this season.”
TV linequote:The Mist Cancelled at Spike
Don’t expect to see any more fog in the forecast: Spike TV has cancelled The Mist after one season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The creepy sci-fi drama — based on a Stephen King novella that also inspired a 2007 film — starred Morgan Spector (Boardwalk Empire), Alyssa Sutherland (Vikings) and Emmy nominee Frances Conroy (Six Feet Under, American Horror Story) as residents of a small town in Maine that becomes engulfed by a thick, mysterious fog. (And even worse, the fog hides a host of deadly monsters that attack the townsfolk.)
Debuting in June, The Mist launched to less than 700,000 same-day viewers, an uninspiring number that sank to about 400,000 by the time its ten-episode freshman season wrapped up last month. And with Spike TV becoming the Paramount Network in January, executives ultimately opted not to bring The Mist along in the transition.
We got a big clue to The Mist‘s eventual fate earlier this month when Spector signed on to join the cast of Showtime’s Homeland as a series regular next season. (Spector will play an old friend of Carrie’s who starts investigating all the people detained by the newly inaugurated President Keane.)
quote:Shameless Renewed for Season 9
The Gallaghers are staying put at Showtime. Just three days after returning for its eighth season, Shameless has been renewed for Season 9, TVLine has learned.
“As challenging as it can be for any show simply to maintain viewers in the current TV landscape, Shameless is adding them in droves,” David Nevins, President and CEO of Showtime Networks Inc., said in a statement. “But it’s no mystery why. The series’ reputation for rich and resonant characters and for deep — and deeply twisted — comedy has drawn not only faithful longtime viewers, but a steadily growing audience. And creatively, the season that kicked off this past Sunday is stronger than ever.”
Adds showrunner John Wells, “We are so grateful to Showtime for giving us the opportunity to continue making Shameless. It’s a labor of love (and a blast) for all of us.”
A remake of the British series of the same name, Shameless stars William H. Macy as Frank, the deadbeat patriarch of the dysfunctional — to put it mildly — Gallagher family. The series’ cast also includes Emmy Rossum, Cameron Monaghan and Steve Howey.