'Another Period' Cancelled At Comedy Central (6 days ago)
It is being reported that Comedy Central has cancelled Another Period after three seasons. The satirical comedy returned for its now-final season earlier this year after a nearly year-and-a-half absence since its sophomore run.
The series, which follows members of a wealthy family at the turn of the 20th century, is a parody of reality shows like Keeping Up with the Kardashians. The two sisters, Lillian and Beatrice, are defined by their wealth and stature; But their quest to be famous proves difficult back in the early 1900s.
Reasons behind the cancellation were not cited, but average viewership for Season 3 was notably lower than that of Seasons 1 and 2.
'Preacher' Renewed For Season 4 (6 days ago)
AMC has announced that Preacher will be returning for a fourth season. The good news comes three months after the comic book-adapted drama's third season finale. While its viewership levels aren't what they once were - Season 3 averaged roughly half of what it drew in Season 1 - the show continues to garner praise from critics and its core fan base for its focused storylines and mix of fun and chaotic violence.
Based on DC Comics' Vertigo comic book series of the same name by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, Preacher follows a conflicted, small-town Texas preacher who is accidentally possessed by a supernatural entity that causes him to develop a highly unconventional power allowing him to command others to do as he says. Joined by his ex-girlfriend and an Irish vagabond, he sets out on a journey to literally find God.
Production on Season 4 of Preacher is scheduled to begin in early 2019 in Australia, with a likely return around May or June.
Unfortunately the show has been ended along with marvels Iron fist and Luke cage most likely because of Disney's new streaming service set to launch soon, so for now daredevil will remain in the shadows of hells kitchen at least until Disney get things up and running so rest assured daredevil will be back at some point and hopefully they will listen to the fans who will miss this character dearly. (7 days ago)
Game of thrones Creator George R.R. Martin. has started his production of the New Syfy series - Nightflyers. While fans are still in the wake of of a long drawn out season cliffhanger, highly awaiting its "FINAL" season according to TV adaptation producers. The show is slated to begin airing in April of 2019. While its not an exact date, narrowing it down has put many fans at ease. (7 days ago)
You - Moving to Netflix for 2nd Season (7 days ago)
You will be moving to Netflix for it's 2nd season. Netflix already had the right for the show outside of U.S and will release the first season on December 26th internationally. The moves comes as Lifetime is moving away from scripted programming focus on original movies. Jenji Kohan's American Princess remains there lone scripted show.
More to come in "Vikings" (11 days ago)
With the second half of Season 5 of Vikings now back on our screens, creator Michael Hirst has been teasing that season six will "deliver a huge and unexpected revelation to our audience," so let the speculation commence as to what that could possibly be.
Cold Feet returns to TV this January (2 weeks ago)
The 8th season of Cold Feet returns on British TV in January 2019. ITV has released a trailer of the new series.
Schitt's Creek (2 weeks ago)
will air a Special on December 18, 2018
Agatha Raisin [b]Returns,[/b] (2 weeks ago)
Based on MC Beaton’s best-selling novels, Agatha Raisin follows a London PR whiz turned amateur sleuth, who becomes entangled in mischief, mayhem, and murder when she opts for early retirement in a small village in the Cotswolds. Series 2, 19th November 2018 premiere. Series 2 will adapt three of MC Beaton’s novels, The Wizard of Evesham, The Curious Curate and The Fairies of Fryham and will be available internationally as three 90-minute television movies
Project Blue Book premier 8th January 2019 (2 weeks ago)
If you think the world is strange right now, wait until you watch HISTORY's new series, Project Blue Book. Blue Book chronicles actual U.S. Air Force-sponsored investigations into the reported sightings of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) and related phenomena in America during the 1950s and '60s. Some 12,000+ cases were reported, and close to 10 percent of those cases remain unexplained today. And they're fodder for some great television: documented government investigations on UFO sightings makes it a real-life X-Files, complete with conspiracy theories, Russian spies, and military coverups.
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