Closure for The Killing? The show already cheated cancellation twice and twice it came back, and now, it will end in a planned fashion, with six more episodesthat will be produced by and for Netflix, as the streaming company decided to bring back from cancellation The Killing for season four.
AMC had cancelled The Killing a few months back, but now,the decision to renew The Killing,done by Netflix is Continue reading →
I´m a bit behind on the shows that have been cancelled and renewed lately, and October´s been a particularily interesting month, with a lot of movement in that front; so let´s review what happened everywhere, ranging from newcomers that got cut, to solid, steady shows getting the much expected callback, as some shows that get the callback for one final run for next year. A lot to review: Continue reading →
How things can change in only a year, in only one TV season, as CBS cancelled Unforgettable last year, only to bring it back after the new shows weren´t as good as to take its place, but now, this year, there was no hesitation and CBS renewed Unforgettable quite early indeed. Continue reading →
When you are planning on bringing a show starring Taye Diggs like Murder in the first to your screen, and you need to make room, you are even willing to axe a show starred by Rebecca Romijn, and that´s the case now, as TNT cancelled King & Maxwell after season one. The show was not getting ratings to rave about either, losing almost half of its lead-in eyeballs provided by Major Continue reading →
In a succint statement, BBC America announced that Copper is getting cancelled after two seasons, and this Sunday´s season finale will effectively be series finale. BBC America General Manager Perry Simon stated: “After 23 episodes, with Lincoln dead and the nation starting to heal, it seems a fitting moment to conclude this American story.” Continue reading →
The show was good, good enough that it managed to survive for a third season even though it was announced as cancelled and an agreement between AMC and Netflix made it come back. But now, there´s the nail in the coffin, as AMC cancels The Killing after a low rated third season finale that only garnered 1.5 million viewers. After all, both AMC and Netflix have bonafide hits of their own to try and salvage this show. Continue reading →
The network has a great record, with only two one and gone shows ever: Political Animals and Common Law, and they were both very good shows. So, anything that USA is putting on our screens I am watching. (After all, it´s been the number one cabler in the summer eight years in a row); and now, USA renews Graceland for season two. Continue reading →
The whole summer drama lineup from TNT is coming back. It was expected, as it is as solid as TV gets, but now the official confirmation is welcomed. TNT has renewed Rizzoli & Isles for season five, pairing the renewal with the ones for Perception and Major Crimes, and joining the early renewal of Falling Skies.
TNT not only renewed Major Crimes as one of its summer cornerstones, so, joining Falling Skies, Perception got renewed for a third season and it is definitely good news as they show is solid creatively and has a great cast.
TNT has ordered a third season of its hit series Perception. In its second season, Perception is averaging 5.6 Continue reading →