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Vulture WatchCan the Grey Matters operatives finally redeem themselves? Has The Blacklist: Redemption TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on NBC? The television vulture is watching for the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Blacklist: Redemption season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About?Airing on the NBC television network, The Blacklist: Redemption stars Ryan Eggold, Famke Janssen, Edi Gathegi, Tawny Cypress, and Adrian Martinez. Terry O'Quinn recurs. A crime drama action thriller, this spinoff of The Blacklist features the slipperiest offenders from Red's (James Spader) notorious list. Howard Hargrave (O'Quinn) founded Halcyon Aegis. Now his son, Blacklist undercover operative Thomas "Tom" Keen (Eggold), has joined Halcyon Aegis' Grey Matters branch, led by »
Today marks a very special day for X-Men fans as 20th Century Fox is poised to unleash Logan, James Mangold’s lauded thriller that closed the book on Wolverine’s saga with style and grace, onto Blu-ray and DVD.
By all accounts, it’s been a relatively quick turnaround from the studio – remember, Logan first clawed its way into theaters back in March – and you’d be hard-pressed to find any Wolverine fan worth their salt that isn’t about to add Mangold’s R-rated masterclass to their Blu-ray collection. What’s more, the director has spent the past few days soliciting all sorts of questions pertaining to Hugh Jackman’s last hurrah in those adamantium claws, including the infamous Westchester incident and why he considers Logan‘s finale to be bittersweet.
When pulled together, James Mangold’s post-mortem makes for some interesting reading – if nothing else, it shows the »
- Michael Briers
Exclusive: Ron Perlman, Famke Janssen, Richard Dreyfuss, Peter Facinelli, Jacqueline Bisset, Richard Schiff, Guy Burnet and Nadine Velazquez are starring in Asher. Michael Caton-Jones (Rob Roy, This Boys Life) is attached to direct for Perlman's Wing and a Prayer Pictures. In the Jay Zaretsky-scripted drama, Perlman plays the title character. A Mossad member-turned-gun for hire, Asher lives an austere life in an ever-changing Brooklyn. Coming to the end of his career and… »
Although The Blacklist: Redemption was cancelled, we haven't seen the last of Tom Keen. Ryan Eggold is returning to The Blacklist TV show, starring James Spader and Megan Boone. The Blacklist: Redemption cast also includes Famke Janssen, Edi Gathegi, Tawny Cypress, Adrian Martinez, and Terry O’Quinn. The NBC cancellation news broke, earlier today. Read More… »
Network: NBCEpisodes: Eight (hour)Seasons: OneTV show dates: February 23, 2017 — April 13, 2017Series status: CancelledPerformers include: Ryan Eggold, Famke Janssen, Edi Gathegi, Tawny Cypress, Adrian Martinez, and Terry O'Quinn.TV show description:A crime drama action thriller and spinoff of The Blacklist, The Blacklist: Redemption TV show features the slipperiest offenders from Red's (James Spader) notorious list. They are now an exclusive unit of mercenaries, working together to atone for all the harm they once unleashed upon the world. Read More… »
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One of The Blacklist‘s original cast members, Eggold will return to the NBC drama as a series regular for its recently-ordered Season 5, continuing his role as Tom Keen, our sister site Deadline reports.
RelatedThe Blacklist Renewed for Season 5
The Blacklist: Redemption was snuffed on Friday morning after averaging 4 million total viewers and a 0.8 demo rating across its eight-episode run, besting only Emerald City among NBC dramas. »
NBC has made it official — The Blacklist: Redemption will not be returning for another season. The Blacklist spinoff starring Ryan Eggold and Famke Janssen, never got traction, averaging a 1.2 in adults 18-49 (Live+7). The project originated as an episode of the mothership, The Blacklist, which was just renewed for a fifth season. The Blacklist: Redemption came from The Blacklist executive producers Jon Bokenkamp and John Eisendrath, Sony TV and David Entertainment. It… »
“Blacklist: Redemption” has been canceled after one season, a source close to the production told TheWrap. The show was a spinoff of “The Blacklist,” starring James Spader, which was just renewed for a fifth season by NBC. The spinoff series starred Famke Janssen as Susan Scott “Scottie” Hargrave as the president of a security firm. It also starred Ryan Eggold as Tom Keen, a character from the original show. NBC introduced it in a backdoor pilot in “The Blacklist” before giving it an eight-episode first season that premiered this year. Also Read: How ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW Rank in Ratings Just Before. »
- Carli Velocci
It’s the end of the list line for The Blacklist: Redemption. NBC has cancelled the spinoff after one season, TVLine has confirmed.
Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
Redemption, an offshoot of NBC’s James Spader-starring procedural The Blacklist, starred Ryan Eggold as his Blacklist character Tom Keen and Famke Janssen as Tom’s mother Scottie, who ran a private military corporation called Halcyon Aegis with an army of covert mercenaries.
The Blacklist: Redemption debuted in February to 4.3 million total viewers and a 0.8 demo rating, and held pretty steady over its eight-episode run. »
NBC has canceled “The Blacklist: Redemption.”
Ordered to series in May of last year and starring Famke Janssen and Ryan Eggold, the spinoff began life as an episode of drama “The Blacklist.” In that episode, Janssen debuted as the mother of Eggold’s character. The spinoff’s premise involved Eggold’s character, Keen, being recruited into a secret “private military organization” called Grey Matters that takes on deep-cover assignments. Keen discovered that his long-lost mother (played by Janssen) was the unit’s mysterious leader, sending him on a mission to uncover the truth about her motives and his past.
Produced by Sony Pictures Television, the series’ eight-episode season premiered in February and ended in April. The show drew middling ratings, averaging a 0.8 in the 18-49 demo, according to Nielsen live-plus-same day numbers.
- Daniel Holloway
It's one-and-done for Blacklist: Redemption.
NBC has canceled the Blacklist spinoff after one season, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
While NBC has found success in recent years with the rapid expansion of the Chicago franchise, the results were less than ideal for the first spinoff of The Blacklist. Blacklist: Redemption opened soft in the flagship drama's Thursday time slot, averaging a 1.2 rating and 6.3 million viewers — both steep dips from the numbers the mothership continues to bring in. The drama, led by Famke Janssen and original series star Ryan Eggold, was a tough sell for renewal, as it »
- Kate Stanhope
Exclusive: Famke Janssen has joined Ron Perlman, Richard Dreyfuss, Peter Facinelli and Nadine Velazquez in Michael Caton-Jones’ Asher, a film about a Mossad member-turned-gun-for-hire in New York who is living the good life but at the end of his career. When one of his final gigs goes upside down on a job involving a woman, he has to make a life-altering decision. The original script was written by Jay Zaretsky. Josh Crook, Adam Folk, Perlman and Brian Wilkins are listed… »
Bruce Willis just wants his dog back.
The action star plays a Los Angeles private investigator on a crazy quest to get his dog back from a notorious gang in his new movie, Once Upon a Time in Venice, and only Et has a first look at the trailer.
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See the trailer above.
Once Upon a Time in Venice hits theaters on June 16.
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While Willis definitely kicks a** in his new movie, would he ever return for a sixth Die Hard film?
"It's a very good idea, a really tricky idea, and I'm very happy about it," Willis told Et in 2015, when the idea of a prequel, titled »
"What are you doing?" "I gotta go steal back some drugs for these gang guy so I can get my dog back." Rlj Entertainment has released an official trailer for a new action comedy titled Once Upon a Time in Venice, starring Bruce Willis and John Goodman. This film seems like a straight up John Wick rip off, but maybe it's not even that, perhaps it's a John Wick spoof, a "SoCal John Wick". There's a badass guy in disguise, and someone steals his dog, so to get him back he has to bust some heads. Simple as that. The cast includes plenty of cool people: Jason Momoa, Famke Janssen, Elisabeth Röhm, Kal Penn, Adam Goldberg, Thomas Middleditch, Stephanie Sigman, and Wood Harris. This kind of looks fun, but it also seems like it could be terrible, hopefully not. It's from the same writer as Cop Car, for reference. Enjoy. »
- Alex Billington
Bruce Willis, private eye? The bonkers first trailer for Robb and Mark Cullen’s Once Upon a Time in Venice has stormed online today, and it features the Hollywood action veteran scouring the streets of Los Angeles in search of a missing dog.
Infusing the zany comedy of Red with the John Wick franchise – Bruce Willis’ cute little pup, Buddy, has somehow wound up in the hands of a formidable drug dealer played by Aquaman‘s Jason Momoa – the first promo for Once Upon a Time in Venice dials the action up to 11, and rips the knob off right around the time when Willis’ down-but-not-out private investigator Steve Ford is seen jumping off a balcony into a nearby pool. And that’s not even the most ridiculous thing you’ll find in the teaser above.
- Michael Briers
Having secured distribution earlier this month, Rlj Entertainment has now unveiled a poster and trailer for the action comedy Once Upon a Time in Venice, which sees Bruce Willis as a private investigator who goes all John Wick when his dog is kidnapped by criminals; check them out here…
Steve Ford (Bruce Willis) is a down but not out L.A based Private Investigator whose professional and personal worlds collide after his loving pet Buddy is stolen by a notorious gang. A series of crazy circumstances find him doing the gang’s bidding, while being chased by two vengeful Samoan brothers, a loan shark’s goons, and a few other shady characters. They say a dog is a man’s best friend, and Steve shows how far a man will go to be reunited with him.
Once Upon a Time in Venice is set for release on June 16th and »
- Gary Collinson
The phoenix is once again rising from the ashes. 20th Century Fox has confirmed that the follow-up to last year’s “X-Men: Apocalypse” will be “Dark Phoenix,” which is due in theaters on November 2, 2018; also on the studio’s superhero docket are “New Mutants (April 13, 2018) and “Deadpool 2” (June 1, 2018).
Centered around the powerful mutant Jean Grey, Aka Phoenix, the storyline was previously the focus of 2006’s poorly received “X-Men: The Last Stand.” Famke Janssen played Grey in the original trilogy, while Sophie Turner of “Game of Thrones” now portrays the iconic mutant. Writer/producer Simon Kinberg previously told Entertainment Weekly that he “definitely would love to take another stab at the Dark Phoenix story.”
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- Michael Nordine
At one time, The Blacklist was once of NBC's top-rated shows. Those days are now gone and the peacock is trying a spinoff, The Blacklist: Redemption TV show. How will this series do in the ratings? Could it become a replacement for the original? Will The Blacklist: Redemption series be cancelled or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned.Airing on the NBC television network, The Blacklist: Redemption stars Ryan Eggold, Famke Janssen, Edi Gathegi, Tawny Cypress, and Adrian Martinez. Terry O'Quinn recurs. A crime drama action thriller, this spinoff of The Blacklist features the slipperiest offenders from Red's (James Spader) notorious list. Howard Hargrave (O'Quinn) founded Halcyon Aegis. Now his son, Blacklist undercover operative Thomas "Tom" Keen (Eggold), has joined Halcyon Aegis' Grey Matters branch, led by the brilliant Susan "Scottie" Hargrave (Janssen). The unit also includes assassin Matias Solomon (Gathegi) and mercenary Nez Rowan (Tawny Cypress), as well as cyber hacker Dumont »
Season one of The Blacklist: Redemption ends tonight, but what about a second season? What do you think? Should NBC renew the spinoff series? Would you watch another season?A spinoff of The Blacklist, the action drama follows Blacklist undercover operative Thomas “Tom” Keen (Ryan Eggold) as he teams up with a group of mercenaries to atone for all the harm they once unleashed upon the world. The cast also includes Famke Janssen, Edi Gathegi, Tawny Cypress, Adrian Martinez, and Terry O’Quinn.Read More… »
The series is described as a modern re-imagining of Jackson’s novel. The novel, which has been praised as one of the best horror stories of the 20th century, follows four people as they spend a summer in a rented mansion. They soon begin to experience a wide range of supernatural phenomena. It was previously adapted into a feature film in both 1963 and 1999.
The planned 10-episode series come from writer-director Mike Flanagan, who is no stranger to the horror genre. His previous credits include horror films “Hush,” “Oculus,” and the sequel “Ouija: Origin of Evil.” Flanagan will executive produce along with Trevor Macy, Justin Falvey, and Darryl Frank. Amblin TV and Paramount TV will produce.
Flanagan and Macy have collaborated on several projects in the past, including »
- Joe Otterson
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