Gelukkig nog een seizoen om af te sluiten! Dit is echt een van mijn favoriete series op dit moment en was echt al bang dat hij gecancelled zou worden.quote:
Inderdaad. Liever een eventueel korter seizoen, als het maar vooraf duidelijk is dat het betreffende seizoen de laatste is.quote:
http://tvline.com/2018/05/14/agents-of-shield-renewed-season-6/quote:The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. have (some) more missions ahead of them.
ABC announced on Monday that the Marvel series has been renewed for Season 6, to air during the 2018-19 TV season. Sources say the new season will consist of just 13 episodes, though it has not yet been determined if it will be a farewell run.
Tof, vond het best een leuke seriequote:
Maar wel een korter seizoen, meestal geen al te best vooruitzichtquote:Op maandag 14 mei 2018 21:07 schreef AlwaysHappy het volgende:
Zolang ze vooraf weten dat het het laatste seizoen is hoeft dat geen probleem te zijn natuurlijk. Steeds meer series krijgen maar 13 afleveringen tegenwoordig.quote:
quote:Op maandag 14 mei 2018 21:07 schreef AlwaysHappy het volgende:
Maar nee hoor, Infinity Wars & Avengers 4 hebben hier helemaal niks mee te maken hoorquote:The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. better hope the Lighthouse is stocked up on sunblock.
ABC’s Marvel drama, which over the weekend was renewed for a shortened, 13-episode Season 6 to air at midseason, in fact will not return until Summer 2019, ABC president Channing Dungey announced on Tuesday during an Upfronts Week press call.
Dungey told TVLine that the summertime scheduling was strictly ABC’s decision, and not necessarily out of deference to any of the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe’s plans. (Avengers 4 — the follow-up to Avengers: Infinity War, the end of which would seem to have significant implications for the characters on TV’s S.H.I.E.L.D. — hits theaters next May.) “Whatever they [at Marvel Studios] have planned, I cannot say,” she hedged.
As for speculation that Season 6, being S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s first-ever shortened run, will serve as the show’s swan song, Dungey told me, “I feel like Season 5 was their creatively strongest yet, so I don’t at the moment have any plans to think of Season 6 as the last season.”
In fact, the summertime schedule could extend the show’s life span.
“What we’ve discovered is that we have a very loyal and passionate fan base for S.H.I.E.L.D. The show does incredibly well for us in delayed viewing,” Dungey explained. “By putting it in the summer, we’re going to be able to ‘super-serve’ the fan base that loves that show and hopefully give it an opportunity to continue on longer than we would if it was [scheduled] in-season.”
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. airs its Season 5 finale this Friday at 9/8c.
Het is volledig de wens van ABC om het naar de zomer te dumpen. Het is qua kijkersaandeel in de 18-49 doelgroep een dampende drol.quote:
Ja, dat las ik Maar grote kans dat het ook wel wat te maken heeft met plot van Avengers 4. Beetje een mix gok ik.quote:Op dinsdag 15 mei 2018 20:18 schreef wolfrolf het volgende:
Het is volledig de wens van ABC om het naar de zomer te dumpen. Het is qua kijkersaandeel in de 18-49 doelgroep een dampende drol.
In de zomer zijn de regels ietsje minder strikt dus de kans is wel ietsje groter dat er nog een seizoen bij kan komen in 2020.
hoe dan ook, ik ben superblij met het nieuwe seizoenquote:
quote:The Last Ship to End After Season 5
The Last Ship is being permanently docked. The TNT drama will conclude at the end of its upcoming fifth season, our sister site Deadline reports.
Rumors of The Last Ship‘s demise first began circulating back in Sept. 2017, when cast member Travis Van Winkle, who plays Danny Green, announced “a series wrap” in an Instagram post that was later deleted. In response, TNT released a statement, which read, “We shot two seasons simultaneously; the fourth is currently on the air and the fifth will return next summer. We greenlit the fifth with the idea that it could be the final season, however it’s far too early to make that determination.” But now it’s official.
A premiere date for Season 5 has not yet been announced.
quote:Three CW series will take their final bows during the 2018-19 TV season. As had been speculated, Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend will draw to a close following their respective fifth and fourth seasons, the network confirmed on Thursday. Additionally, iZombie‘s forthcoming fifth season will also be its last.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend will be first to finish its run, returning this fall at a later time, Fridays at 9/8c. Jane and iZombie are being held until midseason, as revealed by the network’s just-released 2018-19 primetime schedule.
quote:Code Black Cancelled at CBS
Code Black has officially flatlined: CBS has cancelled the medical drama (and its last remaining bubble series) after three seasons. Showrunner Michael Seitzman broke the news early Thursday on Twitter.
Dear #CodeBlack fans, the sad news came today that we were cancelled. It's been a true joy to make this show and watch your response every week. Thank you for all of your passion. Truly, our best episodes have yet to air. We hope you'll watch and enjoy them. We made them for you.
The series — which explored what happens when Angels Memorial Hospital hits “code black,” a situation in which the influx of patients is so great that there aren’t enough resources to treat them — underwent a slew of cast changes since its 2015 debut. Original stars Bonnie Somerville (Dr. Christa Lorenson) and Raza Jaffrey (Dr. Neal Hudson) were let go after the freshman run, with Rob Lowe coming on as the male lead opposite Marcia Gay Harden in Season 2. The current third season saw the exit of Melanie Chandra’s resident Dr. Malaya Pineda and the addition of Falling Skies vet Moon Bloodgood as a series regular.
Season 3, which premiered in late April, is currently airing Wednesdays at 10/9c.
quote:The Expanse Rescued by Amazon, Renewed for Season 4
The Expanse is getting a second chance at life at Amazon.
The streaming service has picked up a fourth season of the recently cancelled Syfy drama, our sister site Variety reports. The announcement was made by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos at the National Space Society’s International Space Development Conference in Los Angeles on Friday night.
Syfy’s decision to end The Expanse was primarily ratings-driven (early data for Season 3 shows its numbers trending downward vs. Season 2). The network only had first-run linear rights to air the show in the United States, meaning it didn’t get to cash in on digital/streaming rights. At the time of its cancellation, production company Alcon Television Group announced it would try to find the series a new home. Amazon was always seen as the most likely destination, which currently retains the streaming rights for Seasons 1 and 2.
“We couldn’t be more excited that The Expanse is going to continue on Amazon Prime,” Alcon Entertainment CEOs Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson said in a statement. “We are deeply grateful that Jeff Bezos, Jen Salke, and their team at Amazon have shown such faith in our show. We also want to thank Laura Lancaster, head of Alcon Television for her tireless efforts. We are fully aware that this wouldn’t have been possible if it wasn’t for the staggering outpouring of support from the most creative, hardest working sci-fi fans around the world. From Reddit campaigns to airplanes, we say thank you. It worked!”
The Expanse is currently midway through its third season, and will conclude its run on Syfy in early July.