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Damnation: Is the USA TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

Vulture Watch Are Seth Davenport and Creeley Turner damned if they do and damned if they don't? Has the Damnation TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on USA Network? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Damnation, 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? A USA Network 1930s period piece, Damnation stars Killian Scott, Logan Marshall-Green, Sarah Jones, Chasten Harmon, Melinda Page Hamilton, Christopher Heyerdahl, Joe Adler, Teach Grant, Dan Donohue, David Haysom, Arnold Pinnock, and Rohan Mead. The heartland labor drama centers on Seth Davenport (Scott). Although he poses as a small town Iowa preacher, he is actually an incognito
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Damnation: USA Drama Moves to Thursday Nights

Damnation is on the move. Recently, USA Network announced the TV show will now air on Thursday nights as of December 14th.Set in the 1930s, the drama centers on centers on Seth Davenport (Killian Scott), an Iowan preacher and labor agitator who comes into conflict with professional strikebreaker Creeley Turner (Logan Marshall-Green). The cast also includes Sarah Jones, Chasten Harmon, Melinda Page Hamilton, Christopher Heyerdahl, Joe Adler, Teach Grant, Dan Donohue, David Haysom, Arnold Pinnock, and Rohan Mead.Read More…
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Damnation: Season One Ratings

USA Network TV series don't earn the kind of Nielsen ratings we see from the broadcast networks. With a spinoff in the works, there are signs that the successful Suits series will end sooner rather than later, so the cabler could use another breakaway hit. Have they found it in Tony Tost's Damnation TV show? Will it be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. A 1930s USA period piece, the first season of Damnation stars Killian Scott, Logan Marshall-Green, Sarah Jones, Chasten Harmon, Melinda Page Hamilton, Christopher Heyerdahl, Joe Adler, Teach Grant, Dan Donohue, David Haysom, Arnold Pinnock, and Rohan Mead. The heartland labor drama centers on Seth Davenport (Scott). Although he poses as a small town Iowa preacher, he is actually an incognito labor agitator. Seth’s goal is to incite an all out revolt against the status quo. Little does
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Damnation

Network: USA Network. Episodes: Ongoing (hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: November 7, 2017 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Killian Scott, Logan Marshall-Green, Sarah Jones, Chasten Harmon, Melinda Page Hamilton, Christopher Heyerdahl, Joe Adler, Teach Grant, Dan Donohue, David Haysom, Arnold Pinnock, and Rohan Mead. TV show description: From creator Tony Tost, the Damnation TV show unfolds in the American heartland. The 1930s period drama centers Seth Davenport (Scott). Although he poses as a small town Iowa preacher, he is actually an incognito labor agitator. Seth's goal is to incite an all out revolt against the status quo. Meanwhile, a captain of industry has hired professional strikebreaker Creeley
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Travelers: Netflix Sci-Fi Series with Eric McCormack Begins Production

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Netflix and Showcase have announced the start of production on the new original Travelers TV series. The time-traveling sci-fi drama is shooting on location in Vancouver. Travelers is produced by Peacock Alley Entertainment Inc., in association with Showcase and Netflix.

The Travelers cast includes: Eric McCormack, Mackenzie Porter, Patrick Gilmore, Jared Abrahamson, Nesta Cooper, Reilly Dolman, J. Alex Brinson, Arnold Pinnock, Dylan Playfair, and Ian Tracey. Travelers is written, created and produced by Brad Wright. Nick Hurran is directing the pilot. Andy Mikita, Helen Shaver, Martin Wood, Will Waring, and Amanda Tapping will also direct in the first season.

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New Beauty And The Beast Season 3,Episode 2 Official Spoiler Photos Hit The Net

Recently, CW served up these new,official spoiler photos for their upcoming "Beauty And The Beast" episode 2 of season 3, and they offer up new-look scene snap shots that feature main characters: Vincent, Catherine, J.T. and more doing their thing. The episode is titled, "Primal Fear." The official synopsis for episode 2, reads like this: "Vincent (Jay Ryan) will move in with Cat (Kristin Kreuk), which forces them both to address the rapid changes in their relationship while they investigate a shocking new lead in their hunt to track down who is behind the super-human experiments. Jt (Austin Basis) will try to impress Tess' (Nina Lisandrello) brothers and discovers that there may be some side effects to the medicine he received from Agent Thomas (guest star Arnold Pinnock). Meanwhile, Heather (Nicole Gale Anderson) is going to return to town with a surprise announcement. " Episode 2 is due to air on Thursday night,
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New Beauty And The Beast Season 3,Episode 2 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CW

Recently, CW served up the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Beauty And The Beast" episode 2 of season 3. The episode is entitled, "Primal Fear," and it turns out that we're going to see some pretty drama-filled and interesting stuff take place as Heather shows up with a shocking announcement. Catherine and Vincent discover major changes in their relationship when they try to shack up together, and more. In the new, 2nd episode press release: Cat And Vincent Take The Next Step. Press release number 2: Vincent (Jay Ryan) is going to move in with Cat (Kristin Kreuk), which forces them both to address the rapid changes in their relationship while they investigate a shocking new lead in their hunt to track down who is behind the super-human experiments. Jt (Austin Basis) is going to try to impress Tess' (Nina Lisandrello) brothers and discovers that there may be some side
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The Listener

Network: NBC , CTV

Episodes: 65 (hour)

Seasons: Five

TV show dates: March 1, 2009 -- August 18, 2014 (CTV dates)

Series status: Cancelled by NBC after one season, Ended by CTV in Canada after five seasons

Performers include: Craig Olejnik, Lisa Marcos, Ennis Esmer, Mylene Robic, Arnold Pinnock, Anthony Lemke, Lara Jean Chorostecki, John Fleming, and Colm Feore.

TV show description:

Toby Logan (Craig Olejnik) is a young paramedic who has a secret. He's also a telepath who's managed to keep his extraordinary ability hidden. He explores its possibilities only with his long-time mentor and confidant, Dr. Ray Mercer (Colm Feore).

Responding to calls with his paramedic partner, energetic Osman "Oz" Bey (Ennis Esmer), Toby uses his ability to help people in crisis. In the process, he also tries to unravel the truth about his own
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‘E.R.’ Alum Kellie Martin Joins Advice-Column TV Movie ‘Dear Viola’ (Exclusive)

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‘E.R.’ Alum Kellie Martin Joins Advice-Column TV Movie ‘Dear Viola’ (Exclusive)
Kellie Martin (“E.R.,” “Army Wives”) is going to dispense some advice — and find some love — in her new project. Martin is starring in the romantic TV movie “Dear Viola,” from cable network Up. The film, which began production outside of Toronto this week, also stars Jefferson Brown (“Degrassi: The Next Generation”) Kira Gelineau (“Creative Galaxy”), Jackie Richardson, Arnold Pinnock and others. Martin is also executive producing on the film, with Entertainment One (eOne)’s John Moranyniss (“Hell on Wheels,” “Klondike”) and Ira Pincus (“Goodnight for Justice,” “Window Wonderland”). Jonathan Schwartz is the supervising producer on the film. Also read: Lea.
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Combat Hospital: ABC's Latest Medical Drama; Cancel or Keep It?

Last year, ABC had some success with Rookie Blue, a cop drama that's produced north of the border, in Canada. It's already been renewed for a third season. This summer, the network began airing another Canadian show, Combat Hospital. Will it find the same success as Rookie Blue or be cancelled after one season like their last medical series, Off the Map?

Combat Hospital (formerly known as The Hot Zone) revolves around the life and work of a group of doctors and nurses from various countries at a military hospital in Southern Afghanistan. The cast includes Deborah Kara Unger, Michelle Borth, Elias Koteas, Terry Chen, Arnold Pinnock, and Luke Mably.

The TV series debuted on June 21st to a less-than-impressive 1.2 rating in the coveted 18-49 demographic and 5.32 million viewers. It was in second place in the timeslot, being handily beaten by The Voice
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'Combat Hospital' Premiered In Canada with 2 M Viewers

Canada has a new millionaire TV series in terms of ratings.

The Canadian medical drama Combat Hospital debuted yesterday in Canada on Global, a TV network, with over 2 million viewers. This is the second highest-rated premiere behind Rookie Blue, another original drama from Global.

Besides, Combat Hospital was the most watched show last night in Canada. We remind you that Rookie Blue will premiere tomorrow at 10 Pm on Global.

The drama Combat Hospital follows Major Rebecca Gordon (Michelle Borth), a doctor of the Canadian army. In the first episode, Rebecca arrives in Kandahar, in war-torn Afghanistan.

The show stars Teddy Chen, Elias Koteas, Luke Mably, Arnold Pinnock and Deborah Kara Unger.

Let's see if Major Gordon's adventures will sustain the same ratings. As for the USA, Combat Hospital premiered with 5.2 M viewers on ABC, an American TV network.
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On the Set of 'Combat Hospital'

Kim D'Eon, a cultural reporter for the show Et Canada, visited the set of the Canadian TV series Combat Hospital. The show will premiere in simulcast tonight at 10 Pm on Global and ABC, respectively a Canadian and American TV networks.

While shot in Toronto, the show takes in Kandahar, in the South West of Afghanistan. We follow a group of Canadian, American and British militaries.

The show stars Michelle Borth, Elias Koteas, Deborah Kara Unger, Luke Mably, Terry Chen and Arnold Pinnock
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TV Review: ‘Combat Hospital’ Fails to Get the Pulse Pounding

Chicago – Is there a script doctor in the house? ABC is in dire need of one. How could the network possibly greenlight “Combat Hospital” in light of its recently botched, strikingly similar effort, “Off the Map”? Both shows fail to mine the potential drama in their inherently dramatic premises. Medical clinics in the South American jungle or an Afghanistan war zone should have no time or patience for melodramatic soap opera.

That being said, “Hospital” is a slight improvement over “Map,” despite its generic title and lack of colorful locales. Set in a Nato Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit at Kandahar Airfield (reportedly modeled after a real-life clinic), the show has genuine potential to explore an assortment of intriguing conflicts. The premiere episode, “Welcome to Kandahar,” only hints at the possible directions that the program could take in order to prevent itself from becoming a standard medical drama destined for cancellation.
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'Combat Hospital' Premieres June 21 on Global and ABC

The medical-military drama Combat Hospital will premiere in simulcast on June 21 on Global and ABC, respectively a Canadian and American TV network, at 10 Pm.

This medical drama takes place in 2006 in a military hospital in Southern Afghanistan. We follow the life of doctors, surgeons and nurses from Canada, the USA, the UK and other allied countries.

Global also revealed the identity of the show's ensemble cast. We will see Elias Koteas (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) as Colonel Marks; Michelle Borth (Hawaii Five-0) as Canadian surgeon Dr. Rebecca Gordon; Luke Mably (The Gates) as neurosurgeon Dr. Simon Hill; Deborah Kara Unger (The Hurricane) as Australian army psychiatrist Major Ada Pedersen; Terry Chen (Sanctuary) as trauma team leader Captain Bobby Trang; and Arnold Pinnock (The Listener) as Commander Will Royal, Chief of Nursing.
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Combat Hospital: Coming to ABC!

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What happens when Off the Map meets Army Wives? You get Combat Hospital.

The series premieres on ABC on June 21 and is set in 2006 at a hospital in Southern Afghanistan. It stars Elias Koteas, Michelle Borth, Luke Mably, Deborah Kara Unger, Terry Chen and Arnold Pinnock as a team of doctors and nurses.

Viewers will watch them work in the harshest of circumstances, but in Shonda Rhimes-esque fashion, as the following trailer teases, there will be room for romance as well:

Combat Hospital Promo
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ABC Unveils Summer 2011 Schedule

ABC has announced the original programming it will be featuring during the summer of 2011. If you're a fan of reality TV, you're in luck, because the alphabet has new episodes of Wipeout, Bachelor Pad, and The Bachelorette coming down the pipeline, as well as a new show about karaoke, two Amazing Race-ish challenge shows, a new Extreme Makeover spinoff, and a game show built around people exiting a game show. Joining the mostly unscripted line-up, which can be found on Tuesdays and Thursdays, will be the second season of Rookie Blue and military hospital drama The Hot Zone.

There is no word yet on what reruns ABC will be airing or what canceled shows they'll be burning off, but until then, you can check out the press release below that gives detailed descriptions of each show as well as premiere dates/times.

What will you be watching this summer on ABC?
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Global's 'Hot Zone' Begins Production

Global, a Canadian TV network, announced yesterday that production on its new dramatic series Hot Zone (formerly known as Combat Zone) has begun. This will be done in Toronto until July 2011.

This medical drama takes place in 2006 in a military hospital in Southern Afghanistan. We follow the life of doctors, surgeons and nurses from Canada, the USA, the UK and other allied countries.

Global also revealed the identity of the show's ensemble cast. We will see Elias Koteas (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) as Colonel Marks; Michelle Borth (Hawaii Five-0) as Canadian surgeon Dr. Rebecca Gordon; Luke Mably (The Gates) as neurosurgeon Dr. Simon Hill; Deborah Kara Unger (The Hurricane) as Australian army psychiatrist Major Ada Pedersen; Terry Chen (Sanctuary) as trauma team leader Captain Bobby Trang; and Arnold Pinnock (The Listener) as Commander Will Royal, Chief of Nursing.

Moreover, a premiere date will be announced eventually and this
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"The Hot Zone" (aka "Combat Hospital") Starts Toronto Shoot

Shaw Media reports that production on Global Television’s new, medical drama "The Hot Zone" (aka "Combat Hospital") has started shooting in Toronto. Commissioned by Global’s original content team and picked up by ABC in the Us, the 13 x 1 hour-episode series will lense in Toronto to July 2011.

"...'The Hot Zone' is a fictional medical procedural set in 2006 at the only military hospital providing advanced surgical care in all of Southern Afghanistan. The series charts the frantic lives of the hospital’s resident doctors and nurses from Canada, America, the U.K. and other allied countries. This highly-charged series follows the characters as they navigate their way through the relentless life-and-death battles on the operating table, and the never-ending conflicts that arise from working in a war zone military hospital..."

Cast includes Elias Koteas as 'Colonel Marks', Michelle Borth as Canadian surgeon 'Dr. Rebecca Gordon', Luke Mably as neurosurgeon 'Dr.
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'The Listener' Season 2 Premieres Feb. 8 On CTV

After two years of absence, the Canadian TV series The Listener will return for a second season on CTV, a Canadian TV network, on Tuesday, February 8, at 10 Pm.

In the second season, we learn that Det. Charlie Marks (Lisa Marcos) succumbed to her wounds after she had chased a criminal.

In the premiere, Toby Logan (Craig Olejnik), a paramedic from Toronto, decides to stop fighting against his telepathic gift. When he revives a woman (Rekha Sharma) who nearly drowned, Toby notices that he stumbled upon an investigation case of Sgt. Michelle McCluskey (Lauren Lee Smith), an investigator of the Rcmp.

The show will not return on NBC, an American TV network that dropped The Listener two years ago halfway through the first season. However, it will premiere on March 2011 on Fox International Channels depending on the country you live in.

Regular members of the cast include Ennis Esmer, Arnold Pinnock,
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'The Listener' Season 2 Begins Production

According to the Ontario Media Development Corporation, production on the second season of the Canadian TV series The Listener has begun today in Toronto. While the show won't be returning on NBC, an American TV network, CTV, a Canadian TV network, hasn't announced a premiere date for The Listener.

The Canadian TV series The Listener follows Toby Logan (Craig Olejnik), a paramedic from Toronto. Toby has a secret: he's a telepath, which means that he can read the mind of people who are around him. When he's not working, Toby likes to use his powers to solve unsolved crimes. Needless to say that Det. Charlie Marks (Lisa Marcos) is always wondering why Toby is always a step ahead of the Toronto police.

At the end of the first season, Toby has revealed to Charlie, Osman Bey (Ennis Esmer), his paramedic partner, and Dr. Olivia Fawcett (Mylene Robic), his former girlfriend who works in a hospital,
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