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This thread will be for all TV new series announcements/pilots/renewals/cancellations that doesn’t have an existing thread.

Now posted daily as of May 2016.


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###Continuum Gets Fourth and Final Season

There’s some good news and some bad news for fans of the time-travel series Continuum.

The show has officially been renewed for a fourth season, but unfortunately, this will be its last. The new order will also consist of just six episodes, less than half of the previous seasons. Fans are likely thankful that they’re getting anything at all, because it was unclear until now if the show would return.

The fourth and final season of Continuum will premiere in 2015.

The show tells the story of a police officer from the future who travels back in time to the present day in order to stop a group of history-altering terrorists.

Old headlines but just found out about this today while The Love Boat was on TVGN.

###TV Guide Network To Relaunch In Early 2015 As POP
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###Pop Network Unveils 2015 Programming Lineup

Like, Share Die a new Mondo series coming to the Fusion Network January 29 at 10:30 P.M.

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[size=16]CBS Announces Summer 2015 Debuts[/size]

CBS ANNOUNCES SUMMER 2015 SLATE

“Zoo,” a New Drama Based on James Patterson’s #1 Bestselling Novel,
Debuts Tuesday, June 30 at 9:00 PM

Perennial Reality Hit “Big Brother” Returns with a Special Two-Night Premiere, on
Wednesday, June 24 and Thursday, June 25, Both at 8:00 PM

“Under the Dome” Debuts with a Two-Hour Premiere on
Its New Night, Thursday, June 25 at 9:00-11:00 PM

Season Two of “Extant,” Starring Academy Award Winner Halle Berry,
Premieres Wednesday, July 1 at 10:00 PM


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[size=20]Canceled, Renewed or Ending[/size]
“A to Z” (NBC): Canceled
"Allegiance" (NBC): Canceled
"Anger Management" (FX): Canceled
"Bad Judge" (NBC): Canceled
"Benched" (USA) - Canceled
"Brickleberry" (Comedy Central) - Canceled after 3 seasons
"The Bridge" (FX): Canceled after two seasons
"Covert Affairs" (USA) - Canceled after 5 seasons
"Dallas" (TNT): Canceled after 3 seasons
"Franklin and Bash": Canceled after four seasons
"The Game" (BET): Canceled after season 9
"Gang Related" (FOX): Canceled after one season
"Garfunkel & Oates" (IFC): Canceled after one season
"Ground Floor" (TBS): Canceled after two seasons
"Happyland" (MTV) - Canceled
"Jennifer Falls" (TV Land): Canceled after one season
"Manhattan Love Story" (ABC): Canceled
"Melissa & Joey" (ABC Family): Canceled after four seasons
"The Millers" (CBS): Canceled after two seasons
"Perception" (TNT): canceled after three seasons
"The Queen Latifah Show" (Syndicated): Canceled
"Reckless" (CBS): Canceled after one season
"Selfie" (ABC): Canceled
"Sullivan & Son" (TBS): Canceled
"Utopia" (FOX): Canceled
"The Witches of East End" (Lifetime): Canceled after two seasons

“The Affair” (Showtime): Renewed for Season 2
"Awkward" (MTV): Renewed for 5th and final season
"Bachelor in Paradise" (ABC): Renewed for season 2
"Beauty and the Beast" (The CW): Renewed season 4 (Season 3 premieres May 2015)
“Big Brother” (CBS): Renewed for seasons 17 and 18
"Billy on the Street": Renewed for season 4, but will move from Fuse to TruTV
"The Celebrity Apprentice" (NBC): Renewed for season 8
"Downton Abbey" (PBS): Renewed for season 6
"Extant" (CBS): Renewed for season 2
"Falling Skies" (TNT): Renewed for 5th and final season
"Fargo" (FX): Renewed for season two
"Getting On" (HBO): Renewed for a 3rd and final season of 6 episodes
"Girl Meets World" (Disney): Renewed for season 2
"Graceland" (USA): Renewed for Season 3
"Homeland" (Showtime): Renewed for Season 5
"Hemlock Grove" (Netflix): Renewed for 3rd and final season
"How To Get Away With Murder" (ABC): Renewed for Season 2
"Inside Amy Schumer" (Comedy Central): Renewed for season 3
"The Knick" (Cinemax): Renewed for season 2
"The Last Ship" (TNT): Renewed for season two
"Last Week Tonight With John Oliver" (HBO): Renewed for seasons 3 and 4
"Louie" (FX): Renewed for a shortened season 5
"Major Crimes" (TNT): Renewed for season 4
"Masters of Sex" (Showtime): Renewed for season 3
"Portlandia" (IFC): Renewed for seasons 6 and 7
"Real Husbands of Hollywood" (BET): Renewed for season 4
"Rizzoli & Isles" (TNT): Renewed
"Royal Pains" (USA): Renewed for seasons 7 and 8
"Shameless" (Showtime): Renewed for season 6
"Sister Wives" (TLC): Renewed for season 6
"Togetherness" (HBO): Renewed for season 2
"Unforgettable": Renewed for season 4, but will move from CBS to A&E
"Under the Dome" (CBS): Renewed for season 3
"The Walking Dead" (AMC): Renewed for season 6

“Continuum” (Syfy) - Ending after season 4
"Glee" (FOX): Ending after season six
"Justified" (FX): Ending after 6th season
"The League" (FXX): Ending after 7th season
"Lost Girl" (Syfy): Ending after season 5
"Mad Men" (AMC): Ending after season 7
"The Mentalist" (CBS): Ending after season 7
"Nurse Jackie" (Showtime): Ending season 7
"Parenthood" (NBC): Ending after season 6
"Sons of Anarchy" (FX): Ending after season 7
"Strike Back" (Cinemax): Ending after season 4 (summer 2015)
“Two and a Half Men” (CBS): Ending after season 12
"White Collar" (USA): Ending after season 6


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Oh wow. Billy on the Street is moving to TruTV? I can picture that actually but still quite a surprising move. This way at least it’ll reach a bigger audience.



[size=20]‘Major Lazer’ Premieres April 16[/size]

Diplo’s dancehall music project Major Lazer is finally arriving in animated form on FXX this Thursday, April 16 as the latenight Major Lazer cartoon premieres on the Animation Domination block at midnight.

This Thursday’s Animation Domination will also feature fresh episodes of Lucas Bros. Moving Co. and Stone Quackers, plus encores of High School USA!, Axe Cop and Golan the Insatiable.

From an earlier press announcement: ‘The reggae dancehall grooves of Major Lazer are just one of the highlights in Major Lazer. The animated series tells the story of a superhero named Major Lazer who, with the help of his two teenaged friends, Penny and BLKMRKT, fights against the villains that populate the futuristic dystopia that is Jamaica. A self-proclaimed “Guardian of the Groove,” Major Lazer vows to fight for the rights of the Jamaican people and to bring down the ruthless curmudgeon, President Whitewall.’ Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje voices the lead character.



[size=20]‘Celebrity Deathmatch’ Back in the Ring at MTV2[/size]

Eight years after it went down for the count for a second time, Celebrity Deathmatch is attempting to get back on its feet at MTV2. The network announced today that it has ordered a pilot, which could potentially lead to a series.

The clay-animated fantasy fight comedy, which pits the famous and infamous against each other in the wrestling ring, is to be “reimagined for a world of social media and hourly Twitter wars” by series creator Eric Fogel (who also created The Head) and Wasteland Entertainment.

The initial series ran for 75 episodes and one special from 1998 to 2002. Celebrity Deathmatch was revived briefly in 2006 before being canceled a second time.

Fogel didn’t participate in the revival because he was working at the time on his short-lived stop-motion celebrity satire Starveillance for E! network.

In recent years, MTV has resurrected both Beavis and Butt-Head and its animation showcase Liquid Television, the latter with limited success.


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[size=20]‘Golan’ Gets Half-Hour Treatment for Fox[/size]

A new half-hour animated comedy based on the quarter-hour Golan the Insatiable installments on Animation Domination High-Def will premiere on Fox on Sunday, May 31 at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT. This marks the first ADHD project to land a primetime series order.

The longer format series features an all-new voice cast as it follows mighty godlord Golan (Rob Riggle), who has arrived in Oak Grove, MN from his home in an alternate dimension. His only friend in this reality is a macabre nine-year-old girl named Dylan (Aubrey Plaza), who constantly urges him to wreak havoc on her town. Additional voice talent includes Ken Marino, John DiMaggio, Maria Bamford, Rachel Butera and Nick Rutherford.

Golan the Insatiable was created by TV newcomer Joshua Miller and developed by Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser, who previously collaborated on Axe Cop and Drawn Together. Nick Weidenfeld and Hend Baghdady exec producer with Silverstein and Jeser, with Miller as co-exec producer. The series is produced by Weidenfeld’s Friends Night in association with Double Hemm.


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[size=20]Fox Renews ‘The Simpsons’ for Seasons 27, 28[/size]

The Simpsons’ record setting run just got a little bit longer and a little more record-setting-er.

Fox has renewed the long running animated series for two more seasons, which will be the 27th and 28th seasons. That will take the series to a whopping 625 episodes.

The longest-running scripted show in television history, The Simpsons exploded into a cultural phenomenon in 1990 and has remained one of the most groundbreaking and innovative entertainment franchises, recognizable throughout the world.

Currently airing its 26th season, The Simpsons has won 31 Emmy Awards, 31 Annie Awards, a 2015 People’s Choice Award, was the first animated series to win a Peabody Award and was nominated for an Academy Award in 2012 for the theatrical short “The Longest Daycare.”

The Simpsons Movie was a hit feature film, the mega-attraction The Simpsons Ride at Universal Studios has received historic expansion updates with the addition of “Springfield” and the show was honored with a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2000. It has been named the “Best Show of the 20th Century” by Time magazine, and called the “Greatest American Sitcom” by Entertainment Weekly in 2013.

The Simpsons is a Gracie Films Production in association with 20th Century Fox Television. James L. Brooks, Matt Groening and Al Jean are the executive producers. The Gracie Films Worldwide Brand Division develops and produces the licensed content for the series. Film Roman, a Starz company, is the animation house.


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[size=20]Dozens of TV Shows Cancelled as Networks Clean House[/size]

[details=ABC]
Cristela
Forever
Manhattan Love Story
Resurrection
Selfie[/details]

[details=CBS]
Battle Creek
The McCarthys
The Millers[/details]

[details=FOX]
Backstrom
The Following
The Mindy Project
Mulaney
Utopia
Weird Loners[/details]

[details=NBC]
A to Z
About a Boy
Allegiance
Bad Judge
Constantine
Marry Me
One Big Happy
State of Affairs[/details]


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NBC can never seem to get out of its own way. They always seem to take the brunt of the damage.


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Next Season is the Last for American Idol


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NBC Announces Schedule for Fall 2015-16 TV Season

Fox Announces Plans for 2015-16 TV Season


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ABC Announces Schedule for Fall 2015-16 TV Season

CBS Announces Schedule for Fall 2015-16 TV Season


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The CW Announces Schedule for 2015-16 TV Season


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###1st Look at Fox’s ‘Bordertown’
May 12, 2015

Fox has released a trailer offering a sneak peek at Bordertown, a new animated series coming later this year created by Family Guy veteran Mark Hentemann and executive produced by Seth MacFarlane.

The network describes the program this way:

“New animated comedy Bordertown centers around two families living in a Southwest desert town on the U.S.-Mexico border, taking a satirical look at the cultural shifts occurring in America.”

###TNT & TBS Get New Direction, Order Series ‘Alienist’ & ‘Wrecked’ And Pilots ‘Will’, & ‘The Group’
May 13, 2015 7:15am


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Wow, Person of Interest has tanked so badly that it has been demoted to a show that will be a mid-season replacement. Not the way I wanted to see what was TV’s greatest show go out, but at least it is in good company as a “spackle show” alongside Gary Sinese’s spinoff and a show version of Rush Hour

I’m a bit surprised that CSI: Cyber has been kicked to Sundays already. Maybe Ted Dansen, the guy who could have saved CSI, can bail out Arquette, the dutchman and Lil Bow Wow. Since those rumors turned out to be true, perhaps the firing of Brody from NCIS: NO will be too?

I really wish that Thursday Night Football would just go away. If they have to have it, and I still think it’s a bad idea, it should be on a channel where it won’t screw up normal programming, like NFL Network or Fox Sports 1.


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YEASSS!!!


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Too early to tell whether the half hour treatment will overstay it’s welcome but so far after ep. 1, there’s more I like than hate.

Now bring back Stone Quackers


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[size=16]CBS Announces Premiere Dates for Fall 2015[/size]
Published: June 10, 2015


[size=16]ABC Announces Fall 2015 TV Show Premiere Dates[/size]
Published: June 10, 2015


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