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Are you a fan of Outsiders? Wgn America just cancelled the TV series after two seasons. What do you think? Do you think it should have been renewed? Would you watch a third season on another channel?Airing on Tuesday nights, the Outsiders drama follows the Farrell clan, a tight-knit family who reside in the rugged hills of Appalachia and come into conflict with the surrounding population. The cast includes David Morse, Thomas M. Wright, Ryan Hurst, Joe Anderson, Gillian Alexy, Kyle Gallner, Christina Jackson, Francie Swift, and Phyllis Somerville.Read More… »
Vulture WatchWill the Farrells remain on Shay Mountain? Has the Outsiders TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on Wgn America? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Outsiders season three. 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 Wgn America cable channel, the Outsiders TV show follows the Farrell clan. High in the rugged hills of Appalachian Kentucky, this tight-knit isolationist family of renegades has lived atop Shay Mountain for over two hundred years. The Farrells are constantly at odds with those who live outside of their community. The cast includes Joe Anderson, David Morse, Ryan Hurst, Gillian Alexy, Kyle Gallner, Thomas M. Wright, and Christina Jackson.Read More… »
Network: Wgn America Episodes: 23 (hour)Seasons: TwoTV show dates: January 26, 2016 -- April 25, 2017Series status: Cancelled Performers include: David Morse, Thomas M. Wright, Ryan Hurst, Joe Anderson, Gillian Alexy, Kyle Gallner, Christina Jackson, Francie Swift, and Phyllis Somerville.TV show description: This drama series is set in the rugged hills of Appalachia and follows the Farrell clan. They are a tight-knit family of renegades who have lived atop Shay Mountain for over two hundred years. The Farrells live off the grid and above the law, enforcing their own set of long-held values and beliefs. They are governed by a simple but powerful tribal authority led by a Bren’in, or ruler, and a small council of elders. Notoriously secretive and unforgiving when crossed, the Farrells find »
Wgn America only has a few original drama series but that hasn't stopped the cable channel from cancelling their low-rated shows. Outsiders performed pretty well in the ratings in its first season. Will viewers return to watch season two? Will the Outsiders TV show be cancelled or renewed for season three? Stay tuned.A drama series, Outsiders is set in the rugged hills of Appalachia and follows the Farrell clan. They are a tight-knit family of renegades who has lived atop Shay Mountain for over two hundred years and are at odds with those who live outside of their community. The cast of this show includes Joe Anderson, David Morse, Ryan Hurst, Gillian Alexy, Kyle Gallner, Thomas M. Wright, and Christina Jackson.4/14 Update: Outsiders has been cancelled by Wgn America. Details here.Read More… »
Times are hard for the Farrells of Shay Mountain. Wgn America has cancelled its Outsiders TV show after just two seasons. That there will be no Outsiders season three comes as a bit of a surprise, because the (albeit low-rated) Appalachian family drama was the cable channel's top performer in the Nielsen ratings. The April 25th season two finale will now serve as an unintentional Outsiders TV series finale.Outsiders stars Joe Anderson, David Morse, Ryan Hurst, Gillian Alexy, Kyle Gallner, Thomas M. Wright, and Christina Jackson. The Wgn America drama follows the Farrell clan. This tight-knit isolationist family has lived atop Shay Mountain for over two hundred years. They are constantly at odds with those who live outside of their community. Read More… »
The Outsiders are on the hunt for a new home; Wgn America has cancelled the drama after two seasons, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Set in Kentucky’s Appalachian Mountains, Outsiders starred David Morse (St. Elsewhere), Joe Anderson (Hannibal) and Gillian Alexy (Damages) as members of the Farrell clan, a group of mountain dwellers who frequently clashed with citizens in the town of Blackburg.
The show’s April 25 episode, previously billed as a season finale, will now serve as the series finale, should Sony Pictures Television »
“Outsiders” has been canceled after two seasons at WGN America, Variety has learned.
The drama series follows the exploits of the Farrell clan, a Kentucky family that has lived atop Shay Mountain for over 200 years. But their off-the-grid way of life is threatened when a coal company decides to strip mine the mountain, leading to serious confrontations between the Farrells and the world below.
“After three years of investing in marquee, brand-defining dramas, WGN America has successfully expanded its audience, its reach, and its presence in the minds of viewers. In our next phase, we intend to expand our original and unique content to continue growing our relevance and appeal to the widest possible audience. To achieve this, we will be reallocating our resources to a more diverse programming strategy and to new structures, enabling »
- Joe Otterson
Before he had the ear of the president, Steve Bannon tried his hand at Hollywood. As a producer, he was behind several small movies, but he really hit his movie-making stride writing and directing conservative documentaries aimed at Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Here’s a complete list of every Hollywood project in which Bannon’s had a hand. “The Indian Runner” (1991) — Executive Producer Bannon’s first movie as an executive producer was, somewhat ironically, written and directed by famous Trump critic Sean Penn. “The Indian Runner” starred Viggo Mortensen and David Morse as brothers on the opposite sides of the law. »
- Phil Hornshaw
Big Foster is inching closer and closer to a battle with the Kinnah in this week’s “Outsiders.” In an exclusive clip of the upcoming episode obtained by TheWrap, Big Foster (David Morse) is furious to learn that the Kinnah have taken the generator from his home. When he confronts Moregon (Louise Barnes), he learns that G’winn (Gillian Alexy) gave the order to remove the generator, but he says it was all done to benefit the Kinnah. Also in this week’s show, Sally-Ann (Christina Jackson) and Hasil (Kyle Gallner) desperately attempt to figure out their financial plan for the baby. »
- Joe Otterson
“Outsiders” is about to welcome a brand new Farrell. Well, half a Farrell at least. In an exclusive clip of this week’s episode obtained by TheWrap, Sally Ann (Christina Jackson) arrives at the top of Shay Mountain to tell Hasil (Kyle Gallner) she is pregnant. Hasil is…less than ecstatic when he gets the news. Also in this week’s episode, G’Win (Gillian Alexy) decides to let Big Foster (David Morse) stay much to the dismay of the clan. Later, the Farrell men and Kinnah embark on the winter hunt and protests heat up against the coal company. »
- Joe Otterson
Following the revelation that the new Friday the 13th movie has been canceled after Paramount Pictures removed it from their release schedule, some are fearing that the World War Z sequel might suffer a similar fate after vacating its 2017 release slot, but it appears that director David Fincher is still interested in keeping the living dead project alive.
According to THR, David Fincher remains “very creatively interested in directing the movie” after Paramount took the sequel to 2013’s World War Z off of their release schedule, presumably to set it for a later release in 2018 or ’19. World War Z 2 was initially slated to come out on June 9th of this year.
Back in August, it was first reported that Finhcer was in early discussions with the film’s star and producer Brad Pitt to helm the sequel after J.A. Bayona (A Monster Calls) departed the project. Fincher has previously worked with Pitt on Se7en, »
- Derek Anderson
“Outsiders” Season 2 is starting to look like the redemption of Big Foster (David Morse). In an exclusive clip of this week’s episode obtained by TheWrap, Foster gets the circle he requested at the end of Episode 2. Shockingly, rather than try to cover his misdeeds, he freely admits to killing his mother along with a range of other crimes against his fellow Farrells. He throws himself at the mercy of the clan and the new bren’in, G’winn (Gillian Alexy). The question remains though, will G’winn accept his sudden change of heart or cast him out? Also Read: »
- Joe Otterson
Sneak Peek footage, images and synopsis from the TV drama series "Outsiders", following the 'Farrell' clan of Kentucky, as they struggle for power and control in the hills of Appalachia, with the Season 2 premiere, airing January 24, 2017 on Wgn America:
"....the 'Farrells' are an isolationist group of 'hillbilly' mountain folk, who shun normal society and live a spartan existence in the woods.
Extremely paranoid of outsiders, the mountain that the family controls is coveted by a national mining outfit for its coal..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Outsiders"...
- Michael Stevens
13 items from 2017
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