'Six' Cancelled At History (1 day ago)
It is being reported that History has cancelled Six after two seasons. The Navy SEAL drama is currently in the midst of its sophomore run, with four episodes remaining until its now-series finale in early August.
The show premiered early last year and had a solid debut outing, airing eight episodes that delivered strong ratings for the cable network. Season 2, however, has not fared as well. Viewership through its first six episodes if off by nearly half compared to Season 1, making it difficult to warrant a third season pickup.
Inspired by true events, Six takes place in the high stakes world of the elite Navy Special Operations unit known as SEAL Team Six. Its members are tasked with the covert mission of eliminating a Taliban leader in Afghanistan, but the mission goes awry when they discover that a U.S. citizen is working with the terrorists.
'Animal Kingdom' Renewed For Season 4 (1 day ago)
TNT announced today that Animal Kingdom has been renewed for a fourth season. The good news comes five episodes into the drama's Season 3 run, which has impressively continued to grow its audience year over year. Digital viewing, particularly, has seen a significant increase this time around.
The hour-long series follows a teenager who moves in with his tough, rule-breaking relatives in Southern California after his mom dies from a heroin overdose. When the family wants to bring him into the fold, he is not necessarily ready for the trouble that comes along with it.
Look for Season 4 of Animal Kingdom in 2019.
'Claws' Renewed For Season 3 (1 day ago)
TNT announced today that Claws has been renewed for a third season. The comedic drama, which is midway through its sophomore run, has continued to build on its strong performance from a year ago. Season-to-date, ratings are slightly up compared to its freshman numbers.
Claws stars Niecy Nash as the owner of the Nail Artisan salon in South Florida, where the five diverse manicurists who work there are doing a lot more than just pedicures. Trying to make ends meet in a tough economy, the women are lured into a life of crime when they start laundering money from illegal pain medication for a nearby pain clinic.
Look for Season 3 of Claws in 2019.
FX Renews 'Pose' (1 day ago)
FX announced today that Pose has been picked up for a second season. The good news comes with two episodes remaining in the musical drama's freshman run, which has proven to be a solid addition to the cable network's summer lineup.
Co-created by Ryan Murphy, the hour-long series focuses on the juxtaposition of different segments of life and society in 1980s New York, including the rise of high society, the downtown social and literary scene, and ball culture.
Through its first six episodes the show has garnered decent, consistent viewership and plenty of praise from critics, who have applauded its creativity, performances, and overall energy.
Look for Season 2 of Pose in 2019.
Starz Renews 'Sweetbitter' (1 day ago)
Starz announced today that Sweetbitter has been renewed for a second season. The good news comes a month after the book-based drama concluded its six-episode freshman run.
Based on Stephanie Danier's best-selling 2016 novel of the same name, the series follows Tess, a 22-year-old woman who recently moved to New York. When she starts working at one of the city's top restaurants, it's not long before she becomes intoxicated by the establishment's staff, nightlife, and fast-paced lifestyle.
Look for Season 2 of Sweetbitter in 2019.
'Queer Eye' Renewed For Season 3 (1 day ago)
Netflix announced today that Queer Eye will be returning for a third season. The reality series, which is an updated version of the 2003 original, has been enjoying a successful resurgence since its return to television earlier this year.
Queer Eye, or Queer Eye for the Straight Guy as it was originally known, ran for four seasons on Bravo before it was cancelled in 2007. 10 years later, Netflix confirmed it was creating a revived edition of the lifestyle-focused series featuring a new 'Fab Five' with expertise in fashion, culture, grooming, design, and food and wine.
Netflix has ordered another eight episodes for Season 3 of Queer Eye, matching its Season 1 and 2 orders. Look for a premiere in 2019.
'Ransom' Renewed For Season 3 (1 day ago)
CBS announced today that Ransom has been picked up for a third season. It's an interesting move for the network; one that seems to indicate that it will continue support original programming on Saturday nights.
The internationally-produced suspense drama premiered as a mid-season entry early last year, receiving little fanfare in its Saturday time slot. And while it appeared CBS was just burning off its episodes on the least cared about day of the week, the network ended up renewing the show for a sophomore run this spring - also on Saturday nights. With consistent viewership and little competition, CBS seems happy to continue the series in 2019.
Another 13 episodes have been ordered for Season 3, matching the lengths of its first two seasons. Look for a return next Spring.
Casual to Premiere on July 31st (1 day ago)
After three critically acclaimed seasons, the fourth and final season of Casual will premiere in its entirety on July 31st. Since its premiere in 2015, Casual has gone on to become the first Golden Globe nominated original series for Hulu, and has earned acclaim from fans and critics alike. Created by Zander Lehmann, Casual is executive produced by Jason Reitman, Zander Lehmann and Helen Estabrook. Stars Michaela Watkins, Tommy Dewey, Tara Lynne Barr, Nyasha Hatendi and Julie Berman will return for the final season. The series comes to Hulu from Lionsgate Television. All episodes of Casual are now available to stream on Hulu and will remain part of the company’s growing offering of original comedy series.
ITV has “no current plans” for more Maigret. The broadcaster has said that Rowan Atkinson, who stars as the French detective, is “committed to other projects” (4 days ago)
Downton Abbey Movie Confirmed; (4 days ago)
Welcome back to Downton! We’re thrilled to announce that Downton Abbey is coming to the big screen. Focus Features has set production with Carnival Films to begin this summer for a return to all things Crawley. The original principal cast, including Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery, Hugh Bonneville and more, are set to reprise their upstairs/downstairs roles with Focus and Universal Pictures International distributing. Story details are being kept under wraps for now. Not every recurring character we’ve seen over the years will feature in the film, although Highclere Castle will return as the family’s hub.
Delighted to announce we’re getting the band back together!
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