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“Whiskey Cavalier” EP Bill Lawrence: “The Fight is Over” to Save Lauren Cohan, Scott Foley Series

More than a month after showrunner David Hemingson announced ABC had “fully and finally cancelled” Lauren Cohan (The Walking Dead) and Scott Foley‘s (Scandal) Whiskey Cavalier, executive producer Bill Lawrence (Scrubs) put the final nail in the show’s coffin this past weekend. Taking to social media Sunday afternoon, Lawrence wanted fans to know that the show appreciated their […]


‘A.P. Bio’: NBC Gives Glenn Howerton Series Failing Grade After 2 Seasons

Sadly, the doors to Whitlock High School are set to close forever in the next few weeks as NBC has given Glenn Howerton (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) and Patton Oswalt‘s (Happy!) sitcom A.P. Bio its final failing grade after two seasons. While there is no official word if the series is being shopped to […]

‘Santa Clarita Diet’: Drew Barrymore, Timothy Olyphant Respond to Cancellation News

Less than 24 hours after Netflix announced that Victor Fresco‘s dark comedy series Santa Clarita Diet would end its run after three seasons, series co-stars Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant have responded to the streaming service’s decision. For Barrymore, it was about giving respect to a character who had become one of her favorites: “Of […]

AMC Cancels ‘Into the Badlands’, ‘The Son’ with Upcoming Seasons

If there’s one thing that can be said about the Television Critics Association (TCA) annual press events, it’s definitely a time in which shows are given–and in the case of AMC‘s Into the Badlands and The Son–shows are taken away. In an effort to streamline and update their current scripted programming roster, the basic cable […]

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NBC Drives Stake into Midnight, Texas – Universal Vows to Raise It from the Dead

Late Friday night, NBC announced that it was cancelling Midnight, Texas  – almost certainly down to low ratings. Not long after the news broke, Midnight, Texas owner Universal Studios announced it would try to shop the show to another network or streaming service. Midnight, Texas was based on a trilogy of novels by Charlaine Harris, the creator […]

Time’s Up for NBC’s ‘Timeless’ as Network Cancels Series for Second Time

Appears time’s run out on Erik Kripke and Shawn Ryan‘s Timeless, with NBC cancelling the time-travelling drama/action series for a second – and seemingly final – time. The network postponed making a decision on the show’s fate until after the May upfronts; and the announcement comes eight days before cast’s options were to expire. NBC and […]

‘Heathers’ Reboot Scrapped at Paramount Network; Viacom Shopping Series Elsewhere

If you were holidng your breathe for the Paramount Network‘s Heathers reboot, you might as well start breathing again before you turn bluer than Heather Chandler on a drain cleaner cocktail. The network has decided to pull the modern series retelling of the 1980’s cult hit film; though based on The Hollywood Reporter‘s initially exclusive reporting, Viacom […]

ABC Expands Good Morning America to 3 Hours; The Chew Given Last Meal

Apparently, ABC News wants our mornings lasting just a wee bit longer with word that Good Morning America would be expanding to three hours; with the new third hour airing at 1 p.m. ET, 12 p.m. CT/PT. Although information on the hour’s title and anchors will be released over the next several months, the news […]

The CW Ends Jane the Virgin, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and iZombie with Upcoming Seasons

The upfronts to advertising executives are always a season of giving and taking — so with the release of their Fall 2018-2019 television schedule, The CW also confirmed that Jane the Virgin, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and iZombie will not be renewed after their upcoming seasons. The Gina Rodriguez-starring Jane the Virgin will end its run after five seasons, […]

Last Ship

TNT Dry Docking ‘The Last Ship’ After 5 Seasons at Sea

It appears that the last ship has sailed for TNT action-drama series The Last Ship; with network head Kevin Reilly confirming after the Turner upfront presentation on Wednesday that the show’s upcoming fifth season would be its last. TNT has yet to set a Season 5 premiere date for the Hank Steinberg/Steven L. Kane series, but one […]

Is ABC’s ‘Designated Survivor’ Designated to Survive at Another Network?

ABC is learning firsthand that Kiefer Sutherland‘s President Tom Kirkman isn’t someone who shuffles off this mortal coil quietly, with word that Entertainment One (eOne) is looking for a new home for the recently-cancelled political thriller Designated Survivor. Deadline Hollywood is reporting exclusively that sources within eOne have told stated that “it’s not over” and that […]

The Mick: Fox Cancels Kaitlin Olson Series After Two Seasons

Philly just got a little less “sunny” today, with news that Fox is cancelling midseason comedy series The Mick. Created by John and Dave Chernin and starring It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia‘s Kaitlin Olson, The Mick was only one of three series cancelled by the network today; with The Last Man on Earth and Brooklyn Nine-Nine also not […]

New Concept Art Emerges for Cancelled Star Wars: Battlefront Games

Every now and again we get more and more leaked assets from Free Radical’s cancelled Star Wars: Battlefront games. Today’s leaks bring us concept art from Star Wars: Battlefront III and the early planning stages for Star Wars: Battlefront IV, which includes a ton of alternate versions of fan favorite characters. Because casual Dark Luke Skywalker sounds like […]

Did ABC Just Stealth-Cancel Marvel’s Inhumans?

With what might count as cut #998 in the possible demise of Marvel’s Inhumans, ABC has removed press access to the series from its site. As originally pointed out by the folks over at SpoilerTV, the formal portal for the series on the press site now leads to a message that reads: “Error 404 Whatever was […]

Amazon Doesn’t Love Dick, One Mississippi or Jean-Claude Van Johnson

With a move that many are seeing as Amazon continuing their purge of ousted president Roy Price‘s original-programming strategy, Amazon has announced that they’ve cancelled three original series:  I Love Dick, One Mississippi and Jean-Claude Van Johnson. Company founder Jeff Bezos mandated a move away from their current programming strategy and toward larger, broader series that can […]

The Weekly Static s01e20.1 – 2017 Post-Mortem: Spike’s The Mist

Welcome to the first chunk of The Weekly Static‘s three-part mid-season finale, where we’re going to take a look at our personal choice for 2017’s “little engine that could” (truTV) and the show we’ve got the hots for going into 2018 (Hulu‘s Castle Rock). But first, it’s time for a little clean-up by taking a […]

Chiller To Be Axed By NBC Universal After It Struggles To Secure Carriers

Coming out of Deadline Hollywood, NBC Universal has plans to kill its horror-centric Chiller channel at the end of the year. This comes a surprising move, as it is a ten-year-old channel watched by 40-million viewers. However, NBC apparently had troubles with carriers willing to support Chiller. The channel was devoted to horror fare, debuting […]

Zoo: CBS Cancels Drama Series After Three Seasons

Looks like you don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here as CBS is closing-up it’s Zoo for good after three seasons. Produced by CBS Television Studios and based on the 2012 novel of the same name by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge, Zoo was an expensive series that was able to survive for three […]