The cable network has announced today in a press release that the upcoming seventh season of the vampire drama will be the last.
Fans of canceled ABC shows “Happy Endings” and “Body of Proof” are having a tough weekend.
Per Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva, USA has decided against picking up additional episodes of “Happy Endings”, while ABC Studios has had no luck trying to find a new home for crime drama “Body of Proof”.
Baelfire aka Neal and Shaw are here to stay.
Per TVLine, Michael Raymond-James, who plays Mr. Gold’s son and father of Henry on ABC’s “Once Upon A Time”, will be a series regular when the show returns in the fall.
Same goes for Sarah Shahi, who will be part of the regular cast of CBS’ “Person of Interest” next season. She plays the mysterious Shaw on the show, who ended up helping Reese and Finch in their struggle against a deteriorating machine. TVGuide tweeted the news first.
There’s an end to Michael’s burn notice after all.
Per the Hollywood Reporter, USA has decided to let the upcoming seventh season of its successful spy drama “Burn Notice” to be its last.
Well, the fun is about to start.
The upfronts are fast approaching, and it’s about the time when the networks will have to make decisions – what to keep, what to toss, and what to pick up.
Good news comes from the offices at ABC. Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva reports that the Alphabet is currently mulling a two-season renewal for its successful procedural “Castle”. Additionally, “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Scandal”, “Once Upon A Time”, “Revenge”, “The Middle” and “Modern Family” are considered locks for renewals, as are reality formats “Shark Tank”, “The Bachelor” and “Dancing With The Stars”, with the latter maybe getting less episodes in its next edition.
Another struggling drama has just been pulled off life support.
The CW has officially canceled its low-performing medical drama “Emily Owens, M.D.” after the show failed to improve its poor ratings, several sources report.
Sherlock Holmes will have a few more cases to solve this season.
According to The Futon Critic, CBS has ordered two additional episodes of “Elementary”, bringing the freshman season’s total to 24. The reason might also have to do with “Elementary” being picked for the post-SuperBowl slot, which earns it a special Sunday night airing.
ABC has issued a press release, announcing that it has picked up its freshman country music drama “Nashville” for a full season.
Catherine and Vincent are here to stay – at least for now.
The CW has picked up its freshman drama “Beauty And The Beast” for a full season of 22 episodes, this after the show has constantly improved its ratings – and has gotten stronger with each episode, to be honest.
All it took was a little ratings surge.
After its series high of 7.1 million viewers and a 2.3 demo rating last Wednesday, NBC has decided to keep the fire burning, and giving its freshman drama “Chicago Fire” a full season.
It’s not scandalous, it’s pretty awesome.
ABC has officially ordered the back nine episodes of its sophomore Shonda Rhimes drama “Scandal”, as well as freshman comedy “The Neighbors”.
Both shows will now air 22 episodes in the current season.
Next in line for ordering full seasons – CBS.
The Eye has officially picked up its freshman dramas “Elementary” and “Vegas” for full seasons of 22 episodes each, various sources report today.
While not the good news that are a full-season pickup, like the one “Arrow” received a few hours ago, things are looking more promising for the two other CW shows that started this season.
According to Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva, The CW has ordered three more scripts each for its freshman dramas “Beauty & The Beast” and “Emily Owens, M.D.”
Several new and returning shows have just seen their respective seasons getting an expansion.
The Hollywood Reporter reports that ABC has picked up two additional episodes of medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy”, as well as comedies “Modern Family” and “The Middle”. Additionally, the Alphabet has extended the current fifth season of “Castle” by one episode.