'The Good Place' Renewed For Season 4 (7 days ago)
NBC announced today that The Good Place has been picked up for a fourth season. The good news comes ahead of this week's fall finale episode, ensuring fans will have more of the comedy to look forward to later in the 2019-2020 season.
The Good Place stars Kirsten Bell as a woman of questionable character who mistakenly ends up in a seemingly-ideal afterlife akin to heaven. Ted Danson also stars as the architect who created the community in which she lives.
There is no confirmation on the number of episodes planned for Season 4, but another 13 is likely. Look for a return in the fall of 2019. Season 3 will finish off its run in the new year.
BET Cancels 'Hit The Floor' (7 days ago)
It is being reported that BET has cancelled Hit The Floor after four seasons. The veteran drama aired only one season on the cable network after moving there this year from its original home on VH1.
The cancellation does not come as a huge surprise, as there was an over-two year gap between its third and fourth seasons. On top of that, Season 4 aired only eight episodes, which was its shortest run to-date. Its series finale aired on August 28.
Hit The Floor follows the members professional dance squad The Devil Girls, and the off-court drama that surrounds them.
Doctor Who Renewed for 12th Season (7 days ago)
As series 11 came to a close on BBC One the show announced that series 12 is on its way and will be returning to BBC One in early 2020. Series 12 will see Jodie reprise her role as the Doctor and she will once again be joined by Bradley Walsh (Graham), Mandip Gill (Yasmin) and Tosin Cole (Ryan). Charlotte Moore, Director of Content added, “We’re delighted that the Doctor and her friends will be returning to thrill audiences in 2020. I know Chris and the whole team are already working on a whole new set of exciting adventures. In the meantime we’ve got a very special episode on New Year’s Day for everyone to enjoy.”
Lucifer. Season 4. Day 1 of shooting! (10 days ago)
Knock 'em dead - Hashtagged a bunch of people.
— See What's Next, August 13 2018
That means we can't expect season four to land anytime this year and we're looking at early 2019 at the earliest for season four to hit Netflix, but at least it'll be the same everywhere so no Lucifer fan will have to wait for the new episodes.
Expect APRIL~ish release
The Good Place renewed for Season 4 (11 days ago)
NBC has renewed afterlife comedy The Good Place for a fourth season, Season 4’s episode order “is yet to be determined,” per the network, but the previous three seasons have run for 13 episodes each.
Narcos (11 days ago)
Narcos: Mexico Renewed for 2nd Season by Netflix
We’re building an empire. Why stop now?
Death by Magic (11 days ago)
A Netflix Original
8 Episodes aired Nov 30, 2018
Magician Drummond Money-Coutts travels the globe, sharing his infectious love of his craft and attempting feats that proved fatal to other magicians.
Mrs Wilson (11 days ago)
Amazing new British biography-drama.
Ruth Wilson stars as her own grandmother in BBC1's upcoming mini series drama Mrs Wilson, a tale of family secrets and espionage, After the sudden death of novelist and former Secret Intelligence Service agent Alexander Wilson in 1960s London, his wife Alison is forced to investigate when mysteries from her late husband's past come knocking. First episode date: 27 November 2018
'Happy Together' Ending After 13 Episodes (13 days ago)
Today CBS unveiled its midseason comedy lineup, and absent from the schedule is Happy Together. The lack of new episodes means the freshman comedy will end its run after its initial 13-episode order.
While the network is officially leaving the show's future up in the air for now, the lack of a back order cannot be viewed as a good sign. Add that to the fact that the series has been a mediocre ratings performer thus far, and the prospect of a second season appears very unlikely.
Moving forward into the new year, Man With a Plan will return for its third season on February 4, taking over Happy Together's time slot at 8:30pm.
'Another Period' Cancelled At Comedy Central (13 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.
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