'Don't' Cancelled By ABC (4 hours ago)
It looks like Don't won't be back for Season 2. In releasing their programming lineup for this summer, ABC has revealed that the game show did not make the cut. The series aired for eight episodes last year between June and August.
Hosted by Adam Scott, the show takes four-person teams of family and friends and has them work to accomplish various challenges where the goal is to not do something, such as "Don’t Blink" and "Don't Look Back", which builds their bank. Failing a challenge results in ridiculous consequence, and at the end, any money they have left in their bank is theirs to keep.
'Project Runway' Renewed For Season 19 (4 hours ago)
Bravo has announced that Project Runway is coming back for a 19th season. The Emmy-winning competition series is slated to begin production on its forthcoming season this spring.
Project Runway is set in the fashion capital of New York City, where aspiring designers compete with each other to create the best clothes while restricted by time, materials, and theme. Their designs are then judged, and one or more designers are eliminated each week.
Mentor Christian Siriano, along with judges Nina Garcia, Brandon Maxwell, and Elaine Welteroth will all be back full-time for Season 19. Karlie Kloss will also making appearances.
No premiere date has been set for the new season, but a return later this year appears likely.
'Card Sharks' Renewed For Season 3 (4 hours ago)
ABC is bringing back its summer lineup of game shows in 2021, and announced today that Card Sharks has been picked up for a third season. The revived series wrapped its sophomore run earlier this year.
An updated take on the classic 1970s game show, the series pits two players against each other in an elimination game to decide which of them advances to the grand prize winning deck. Ultimately, players can either go home with the cash they earned or continue betting in hopes of reaching the top for a chance to take home a life-changing grand prize.
Look for Season 3 of Card Sharks on Wednesday, June 9 at 10:00pm.
'Press Your Luck' Renewed For Season 3 (4 hours ago)
ABC is bringing back its summer lineup of game shows in 2021, and announced today that Press Your Luck has been renewed for a third season. The revived series wrapped its sophomore run last fall.
This modern take on the 1980s game of strategy, wits, and high stakes pits three contestants against each other answering questions in order to earn spins on the Big Board. Along the way they'll have to avoid the devilish WHAMMY for a chance at big money and prizes. The winning contestant moves on to the All-New Bonus Round to face the WHAMMY in a final battle for the chance to win it all.
Look for Season 3 of Press Your Luck on Wednesday, June 9 at 8:00pm.
'To Tell The Truth' Renewed For Season 7 (4 hours ago)
ABC has setup its summer lineup of game shows for 2021, and in doing so confirmed that To Tell The Truth has been picked up for a seventh season. Typically a summer series, the show aired Season 6 in February but will be returning to the summer months beginning this June.
Hosted by Anthony Anderson, the latest incarnation of the classic game show premiered in 2016 for a short run that ended up performing well for the network. Since then the series has aired alongside other revived game shows, which has helped ABC win the summer months among key demographics.
Look for Season 7 of To Tell The Truth on Sunday, June 6 at 10:00pm.
ABC Renews 'The Hustler' (4 hours ago)
ABC announced today that The Hustler has been renewed for Season 2. The good news comes just over a month after the game show wrapped its freshman run, and the wait for new episodes won't be long, as a return has already been scheduled for June.
Hosted by Craig Ferguson, the show features five contestants working together to answer a series of trivia questions with the goal of building a collective prize pot. But one of them is secretly the Hustler, and already knows the answers. As contestants are anonymously eliminated by the Hustler, those remaining collectively decide who they think the Hustler is. If they are right, they share the prize pot. But if they're wrong, the Hustler goes home with the cash.
Look for Season 2 of The Hustler on June 17 at 10:00pm.
'Celebrity Family Feud' Renewed For Season 8 (4 hours ago)
ABC has setup its summer lineup of game shows for 2021, and Celebrity Family Feud will be making a return for an eighth season - its seventh on ABC.
The celebrity version of Family Feud first began on NBC in 2008 but only lasted one season before getting the ax. ABC revived the series in 2015 with host Steve Harvey and it has fared well for the network ever since, often ranking as one of the summer's most-watched series in its time slot.
Look for Season 8 of Celebrity Family Feud on Sunday, June 6 at 8:00pm.
ABC Renews 'The Chase' (4 hours ago)
ABC announced today that The Chase has been picked up for a second season. The good news comes just over a month after the game show wrapped its freshman run, and the wait for new episodes won't be a long one, as a return has already been scheduled for June.
Adapted from the British series of the same name, the fast-paced quiz show sees contestants face off against an all-time Jeopardy great from either Ken Jennings, James Holzhauer, or Brad Rutter, who will be determined to stop them from winning cash prizes. The competitors must think as quickly as possible if they want to outwit the Chaser as they answer a number of questions across a range of topics.
Look for Season 2 of The Chase on June 6 at 9:00pm.
'Duncanville' Renewed For Season 3 (4 hours ago)
Fox announced today that Duncanville has been picked up for a third season. The good news comes exactly one year after the animated comedy's last renewal, and just under two months ahead of its sophomore premiere.
Fans will surely be pleased, as fellow animated series Bless The Harts was cancelled by the network less than a week ago. The early vote of confidence ensures the show will be sticking around for at least another year.
Duncanville follows a typical 15-year-old boy who can't wait to reach adulthood. He's looking forward to having independence, money, girls, and cars. But the reality is more likely ending up broke, driving around with his mom, and being stuck at home babysitting his sister. But in his wild imagination, he's never anything less than amazing.
Season 2 of Duncanville premieres on Sunday, May 23 at 8:30pm. Look for Season 3 during the 2021-2022 season.
'Star Trek: Lower Decks' Renewed For Season 3 (4 hours ago)
Paramount+ announced today that Star Trek: Lower Decks has been renewed for a third season. The pickup is an early one, coming well ahead of the animated comedy's sophomore run, which is slated for this summer.
The series, which premiered with a two-season order last year on CBS All Access, is the first animated entry in the franchise in over 40 years; the only other being 1973's "Star Trek: The Animated Series". Critics have generally enjoyed the show, noting its comedic approach offers a fun, albeit safe, take on the Star Trek universe.
Star Trek: Lower Decks follows the U.S.S. Cerritos, one of Starfleet's least important ships. Residing in its lower decks are the support crew who strive to keep up with their duties and their social lives while the ship is being hit by any number of anomalies.
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