TNT has decided against renewing cop drama “Southland” for another season.
TNT is piling up on its new shows.
After ordering Michael Bay’s action drama “The Last Ship” earlier this week, the cable network has now given a green light to “Legends” from executive producer Howard Gordon (“Homeland”).
TNT has stacked up on its summer package.
According to Deadline, the cable network has ordered four additional episodes of “Major Crimes”, bringing its second season total to 19. In addition, sophomore drama “Perception” is getting one more episode, which will bring the show’s upcoming sophomore season to 14 episodes.
TNT has renewed its reboot of the legendary drama “Dallas” for a third season.
The leverage ran out.
In what had to be one of the last business decisions before the holidays, TNT has officially canceled its successful drama “Leverage” after five seasons.
Even though Eric Dane and Kim Raver left ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” recently, they won’t be living off welfare anytime soon.
Dane, whose final farewell as Dr. Mark Sloan aka McSteamy on the ABC medical drama aired last Thursday, is set to topline TNT’s drama pilot “The Last Ship”, TVLine’s Michael Ausiello reports.
It’s going to be a busy winter for TNT.
The cable network has announced various premiere dates today, for returning fan favorites as well as its two new dramas, medical series “Monday Mornings”, and police drama “Boston’s Finest”.
And we’re back… with more renewals.
TNT has announced that it has renewed its legal drama “Franklin & Bash” for a third season.
Looks like after “The Closer” has closed its last case, the success seemed to go the way of the spinoff.
TNT has announced today that it has picked up its new drama series “Major Crimes” for a second season.
TNT has announced today that it has renewed its freshman crime drama “Perception” for a second season.
Yeah, OK, that one will have to wait until Arnie drops that line on “Expendables 2″, but still, after a few days off, this blog is now back in action. And rest assured, it will be very active during the coming days, which will probably offer quite the amount of news, with the TCA Summer Press Tour looming.
But here’s what happened recently, especially casting-wise, and also during Comic-Con in San Diego. It’s quite the massive News Pack this time.
- The executive producers of The CW’s “Nikita” have announced at Comic-Con that Devon Sawa, who plays Owen Elliot on the drama, has been upped to a series regular.
I’m really glad this evening turned out to be a bit less busy for me work-wise, because this blog hiatus is turning into a bit of a joke.
Because TNT has announced that it has officially renewed its sci-fi drama “Falling Skies” for a third season.
What is this, the Upfronts?
I’m away for one night this week, and everything, of course, happens in those few precious hours.
Aside from renewing “Rizzoli & Isles”, TNT has also ordered a second season of its “Dallas” reboot, for next year.
15 new episodes will premier some time in 2013.
According to TVLine’s Megan Masters, occasional “Bones” lab squintern Joel David Moore is ready to visit some “Men At Work”.
The actor, who recurred on “Bones” up until last year, and might do again next season, will be guest starring in the TBS comedy in an upcoming episode titled “Super Milo”. He will play Doug, an editor of Full Steam Magazine who gets involved in the guys’ kooky competition to hold a staff meeting only with lyrics of popular songs. “Men at Work” airs Thursdays at 10/9c PM on TBS.
And here’s more TV dish.
This just in, per TVLine’s Megan Masters.
Jason Ritter will be returning to NBC’s “Parenthood”, when the show returns for its fourth season in the fall. He will reprise his role of teacher Mark Cyr, who was last seen proposing to Sarah (Lauren Graham). The question remains, for how many episodes will Ritter be back? It looks like his involvement with the new season will be on a recurring basis. “As far as I understand, they want to keep me around, and we’ll do as many episodes with me as we can all do,” Ritter told TVLine last week at the ATX Television Festival in Austin. For a bit more. hit the link above.
Ready for more? Here we go.
And we’re off to another one of those short-read, telegraph-style news packs you are now accustomed to, it’s been over a week already, since the feature was introduced.