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Backstrom trailer
2015-01-17 by thepoperopeBackstromdiscuss


The CW Networks Renews 8 shows
2015-01-17 by thepoperopeSupernaturaldiscuss
Arrow, Jane The Virgin, Reign, Supernatural, The 100, The Flash, The originals and The Vampire diaries are all renewed by the CW.

Below the press release.


January 11, 2015 (Pasadena, CA) - The CW Network has picked up eight of its current series for the 2015-2016 season, it was announced today by Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW, during the network's session at the Television Critics Association Press Tour in Pasadena. In essence, The CW picked up all of the scripted series from its Fall 2014 schedule to next season.

"Each of these series have helped define what The CW is today, a network that is home to smart, provocative, quality programming, targeting a savvy adult audience," said Pedowitz. "By picking up these shows now, our executive producers can start planning next season's storylines, and rolling these shows out throughout next season guarantees The CW will have more proven original series for our fall, midseason and summer 2016 line-ups."

The series being ordered for the 2015-2016 season include ARROW (Season 4), JANE THE VIRGIN (Season 2), REIGN (Season 3), SUPERNATURAL (Season 11), THE 100 (Season 3), THE FLASH (Season 2), THE ORIGINALS (Season 3), and THE VAMPIRE DIARIES (Season 7). Specific premiere dates for each series will be announced at a later time.


NBC canceled A to Z
2014-11-02 by thepoperopeA to Zdiscuss
Rookie romantic comedy A to Z, starring Mad Men's Ben Feldman and How I Met Your Mother's Cristin Milioti, and Kate Walsh's Bad Judge will not continue beyond their initial 13-episode runs.

Both shows will remain in their current Thursday night time slots in the 9 p.m. hour. Bad Judge has three more episodes left to film, while A to Z has two; both have eight left to air. More at THR


NCB canceled Bad Judge
2014-11-02 by thepoperopeBad Judgediscuss
Rookie romantic comedy A to Z, starring Mad Men's Ben Feldman and How I Met Your Mother's Cristin Milioti, and Kate Walsh's Bad Judge will not continue beyond their initial 13-episode runs.

Both shows will remain in their current Thursday night time slots in the 9 p.m. hour. Bad Judge has three more episodes left to film, while A to Z has two; both have eight left to air. More at THR


Manhattan Love Story canceled after 4 episodes
2014-10-26 by thepoperopeManhattan Love Storydiscuss
ABC has officially cancelled Manhattan Love Story, which becomes the first victim of the fall season.

The network has pulled the plug on the low-rated romantic comedy with immediate effect, replacing it with back-to-back originals of its lead-in Selfie in the Tuesday 8PM slot, following next week's Halloween pre-emption.

The most recent episode pulled a 0.7 among adults 18-49 with 2.6 million viewers.

Manhattan Love Story will take little to no solace from the fact that cancellation axe swung curiously late this fall, five weeks in the season, with networks allowing more time to see how their shows fare. Last season, for example, ABC's Lucky 7 was buried after two episodes.

Manhattan Love Story is not expected to find second life in a new home. No word yet on whether the remaining episodes will ever see the light of day.

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The Bridge cancelled after two seasons
2014-10-21 by thepoperopeThe Bridgediscuss
FX canceled The Bridge after two seasons.


Z Nation renewed for season 2
2014-10-20 by thepoperopeZ Nationdiscuss
The Syfy press tour confirmed that Z Nation has been renewed for season 2.


Manhattan renewed for a second season by WGN
2014-10-16 by thepoperopeManhattandiscuss
WGN America has ordered a second season of its critically acclaimed original drama "Manhattan," it was announced today by Matt Cherniss, President and General Manager, WGN America and Tribune Studios. Among television's most widely praised new series of the year, "Manhattan" is scheduled for its season one finale on SUNDAY, October 19 at 10:00 p.m. ET/9:00 p.m. CT on WGN America. Created and written by Sam Shaw, directed by Emmy Award®-winning director Thomas Schlamme and produced by Lionsgate Television, Skydance Television and Tribune Studios, the second season of "Manhattan" will begin production next Spring for a 2015 debut.

"'Manhattan' represents the kind of high-quality original series we aim to deliver at WGN America, and we couldn't be more thrilled with the show's widespread critical acclaim and its loyal audience," said Cherniss. "Sam, Tommy and the talented cast and creative team have so brilliantly brought to life the world of the Manhattan Project and we can't wait to see what secrets and surprises await us in season two."


American Horror Story renewed for season 5 by FX
2014-10-14 by thepoperopeAmerican Horror Storydiscuss
"LOS ANGELES, OCTOBER 13, 2014 – Producer Ryan Murphy's Emmy® and Golden Globe® award winning anthology miniseries American Horror Story has paid big dividends as his newest installment, American Horror Story: Freak Show has broken all ratings records for FX with its premiere episode last Wednesday night (10/8/14, 10-11:32PM). In light of that record-setting performance, FX has rewarded American Horror Story with a 13-episode order for the fifth and next installment of the show, which will debut in October 2015, it was announced today by John Landgraf, CEO, FX Networks and FX Productions.

With Live+3 time-shifted viewing, the premiere telecast of American Horror Story: Freak Show has become the most-watched single program in FX's 20-year history and that includes all programs with Live+7 deliveries. AHS: Freak Show's debut delivered 10 million Total Viewers, 6.54 million Adults 18-49, and 4.08 million Adults 18-34, surpassing the network's previous record holder, the recent seventh and final season premiere telecast of the hit drama series Sons Of Anarchy on Sept. 9th (9.25 million Total Viewers and 6.1 million Adults 18-49). American Horror Story: Coven held all previous records in delivery Adults 18-34."


Unforgettable canceled after 3 seasons by CBS
2014-10-13 by thepoperopeUnforgettablediscuss
"This marks the second time the procedural from Sony Pictures Television has gotten the ax. CBS passed on bringing the series back for a sophomore run following its standard in-season run in 2011-12. The network then teamed with SPT to revive the series for a short 13-episode second season and moved the drama to the typically lower-rated summer period where the series was able to score solid returns. After the drama ranked as Sunday's top scripted drama in total viewers last summer, CBS renewed it for a third run for another summer return. Season three ended in September with an average of 6 million total viewers, down about 2.2 million year-over-year."

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