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Power couples rarely work out well on "Survivor" and power couplings certainly didn't work out well for Joaquin Souberbielle on "Survivor: Worlds Apart." Joaquin started the season by volunteering for a leadership position on his White Collar tribe. He and second-in-command So told a fib about a secret Immunity clue, didn't find the Idol and So was the first player voted out this season. From there, Joaquin got to fly a bit under the radar until he formed another power couple in the shuffled Escameca tribe, forming an East Coast bond with Rodney. Unfortunately, Joaquin misjudged how much other people, particular swing-vote Sierra, distrusted Rodney and a majority alliance fell apart and Joaquin was sent packing. Fortunately, Joaquin doesn't sound bitter about what went down. He's got a pitch for a new Joaquin/Rodney reality show, he's full of mockery for Shirin and he's mighty annoyed that his tribe threw that last Immunity. »
- Daniel Fienberg
Over the course of its history, USA Network has had both great successes and big disappointments when it comes to their original scripted shows. Which of the current ones will be cancelled or renewed for another season? Stay tuned!
Update: Latest ratings for Dig added.
There's lots of data that USA Network execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. Here's an updated listing of all of their recent/current primetime scripted shows.
The Big Love alum, who played a nymphomaniac in Asylum, will be a series regular on the upcoming season, Murphy tweeted on Tuesday.
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) March 24, 2015
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The "Survivor: Worlds Apart" cast was a bit short on recognizable celebrities, if your idea of "celebrity" happens to be former professional athletes or nearly-forgotten '80s TV stars. If, however, you spend time around the world of reality TV or academia, or you spend time around those who spend their time around those worlds, there's no question that Max Dawson entered "Survivor: Worlds Apart" as the season's biggest superstar. As a member of Northwestern's Communications department, Max taught several years of a course titled "The Tribe Has Spoken: Surviving TV’s New Reality," as well as other courses on TV, new media and the business betwixt them. Several of my critical buddies, including Mo Ryan and Myles McNutt and Erik Adams, made appearances in the "Survivor" class. Since 2013, Max has worked as a consultant for and on the reality TV industry. He may not be Lisa Whelchel or Jimmy Johnson, »
- Daniel Fienberg
It's likely that Lindsey Cascaddan's "Survivor: Worlds Apart" run will be remembered for her disagreements with the men in her Blue Collar tribe, escalating frustrations that had her targeting first buffoonish Dan, then slave-driving Mike and finally boorish Rodney in three consecutive episodes. After interviewing the 24-year-old Florida hairdresser, I'm disappointed with didn't get to see more. Lindsey's read on her male tribemates is perceptive and nuanced in a way that Lindsey was never really given the chance to be on "Survivor." Instead, Lindsey was constantly on the defensive, fighting with the guys while simultaneously expressing great Blue Collar pride. And in her exit interview, even while lamenting the sexism she fought at the Blue Collar camp, Lindsey thinks there was a valuable lesson that she was able to convey through her experience, even if she wasn't able to stick around for very long. Click for the full »
- Daniel Fienberg
Last year, USA Network cleaned house; cancelling or ending TV shows like Rush, White Collar, Burn Notice, and Covert Affairs. They have several new shows in the works and are hoping that series like Dig will bring better ratings. Will Dig be a hit or a flop? Cancelled or renewed for a second season? We'll have to wait and see.
On the Dig TV show, a dedicated and headstrong FBI agent named Peter Connelly (Jason Isaacs) takes a job stationed in Israel under the guidance of his new boss (and occasional lover) Lynn Monahan (Anne Heche). While investigating a young American's murder, Connelly uncovers an ancient international conspiracy -- one that threatens to change the course of human history. The rest of the cast includes Ori Pfeffer, Melinda Page Hamilton, Alison Sudol, Regina Taylor, David Costabile, and Lauren Ambrose.
"Survivor: Worlds Apart" gave us a double-header Wednesday night with two back-to-back blindsides: the outspoken Lindsey Cascaddan in Episode 4 ("Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner") and self-described superfan Max Dawson in Episode 5 ("We're Finally Playing Some Survivor"). This two-parter also saw the end of the White Collar/Blue Collar/No Collar twist and left Kelly Remington with six stitches in her head. Did you predict the eliminations of both Lindsey and Max? If so, you should be taking part in our "Survivor" prediction contest. The user who scores the most game points at season's end will win a $100 Amazon gift certificate. It's fun and easy, so start predicting now. -Break- Our Top 30 craziest, most inventive ideas for 'Survivor' Season 30 To make your weekly predictions, just log in to your account (or create a free one), click on the "Survivor" button and start a...' »
Pre-credit sequence. Storms seem to be building as No Collar returns to camp. "Nina got what was coming to her," Hali cackles, malevolently, as if Nina had done her any harm at all. Hali explains to Will that his name only came up twice as a safety net. Will says that No Collar has the unit they want, but he also knows that he's doomed unless he can get Joe to turn on the girls this early. He eats things that would make a billy-goat puke. Yikes. There's a big snake over at Blue Collar. Mike successfully machetes the snake and he skins it for dinner. Actually, it's not that big at all, but Mike is willing to eat anything, as he proved with the scorpion situation. Rodney is hesitant, but he wants protein. It seems that the hatchet has been buried between Rodney and Mike. That's nice! Major cluck-up. »
- Daniel Fienberg
Fox has committed to more outings of its mystery-adventure series Sleepy Hollow, as today the network announced that the show has been granted a season 3 renewal. The third season has been earmarked for 18 episodes which are set to further explore Ichabod Crane’s relationship with Lieutenant Abbie Mills. It will also mark the introduction of new showrunner Clifton Campbell.
Campbell, creator of The Glades, takes over the position from Mark Groffman. The former showrunner is thought to have exited due to poor ratings during its second season, which saw a staggering 40% drop following a promising debut season.
With a fresh set of eyes serving the tale of Crane and his cohorts, Fox’s President of Entertainment David Madden is confident that the show will continue to break the mould:
‘Sleepy Hollow’ is truly inventive television. The talented producers -led by Alex, Bob, Len and Heather- along with the brilliant cast, »
- Gem Seddon
If you've been crossing your fingers for Fox to return to New York's supernatural-charged town of Sleepy Hollow, you can relax your hands, exhale, and settle comfortably back into your couch, because Fox has announced their renewal of Sleepy Hollow for an 18-episode third season, with the network also revealing the series' new showrunner (following Mark Goffman's departure earlier this month). Also included in our latest horror round-up is a trailer for the second episode of The CW's iZombie and details on the 10th Annual Texas Frightmare Weekend that will feature special guest Alexandra Breckenridge from The Walking Dead (as well as many other great guests).
- Derek Anderson
Fox pulled another shocker for their viewers, Sleepy Hollow is not over. The show has been renewed by the network despite a lack luster second season that caused more damage than anything. Clifton Campbell will be taking over the show for a third season worth 18 episodes, to be filmed in North Carolina. The original showrunner Mark Goffman left after seeing the second season crashing down leading many to believe it would be cancelled for good. Fox’s David Madden shared the following thoughts on the good news of renewal.
Fans of Clifton will be glad to know that he is taking the reigns. It could mean a big switch in direction where the show will go next, »
- Sarah Peel
After a season of declining ratings and some creative wobbliness, "Sleepy Hollow" has been renewed for a third season, with a new showrunner in place. Fox announced on Wednesday (March 18) that "Sleepy Hollow" will be back next season (timing for that return is unannounced) and that Clifton Campbell will be taking over as showrunner. "'Sleepy Hollow' is truly inventive television. The talented producers – led by Alex, Bob, Len and Heather – along with the brilliant cast, anchored by Nicole and Tom, have created a fantastic world that brings ‘history’ to life with compelling and vibrant storytelling," blurbs Fox Entertainment President David Madden. “I had the pleasure of working with Clifton on both ‘The Glades’ and ‘White Collar.’ He is an excellent producer, and we can’t wait to see what this team has in store for Season Three." Campbell was creator and executive producer on "The Glades" and served »
- Daniel Fienberg
Don't lose your head over cancellation woes, Sleepy Hollow fans! You've been saved from that fate yet again. Fox just renewed the sci-fi drama for season three, E! News has confirmed. This renewal comes as a very welcome surprise. The Fox show has been struggling in ratings this season (losing 40 percent of its season one viewership), making fans worried that season two would be its last. But with the renewal comes a bit of a behind-the-scenes shake-up. Showrunner Mark Goffman previously announced he was leaving the show, so who's taking the reins for season three? The Glades and White Collar executive producer Clifton Campbell has joined Sleepy Hollow as executive producer for the »
Fox has renewed its mystery-adventure series "Sleepy Hollow" for a third season, it was announced today by David Madden, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company. Television producer Clifton Campbell has signed on as executive producer and showrunner. "'Sleepy Hollow' is truly inventive television. The talented producers – led by Alex, Bob, Len and Heather – along with the brilliant cast, anchored by Nicole and Tom, have created a fantastic world that brings ‘history’ to life with compelling and vibrant storytelling," said Madden. "I had the pleasure of working with Clifton on both ‘The Glades’ and ‘White Collar.’ He is an excellent producer, and we can’t »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Fox has renewed its mystery-adventure series "Sleepy Hollow" for a third season, it was announced today by David Madden, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company. Television producer Clifton Campbell has signed on as executive producer and showrunner. "'Sleepy Hollow' is truly inventive television. The talented producers – led by Alex, Bob, Len and Heather – along with the brilliant cast, anchored by Nicole and Tom, have created a fantastic world that brings ‘history’ to life with compelling and vibrant storytelling," said Madden. "I had the pleasure of working with Clifton on both ‘The Glades’ and ‘White Collar.’ He is an excellent producer, and we can’t wait to see what this team has in store for Season Three." Campbell joins the series after serving as executive producer on "The Glades" and co-executive producer on "White Collar." The conclusion of Season Two left Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and Lieutenant Abbie Mills...
- Tambay A. Obenson
Ichabod and Abbie will live to fight evil another day, as it was announced today by Fox that Sleepy Hollow has been renewed for a third season. Like the show’s second season, Sleepy Hollow Season 3 will consist of 18 episodes, but unlike the show’s first two seasons, the series will be headed by a new showrunner, as Fox has agreed to a deal that will have The Glades‘ Clifton Campbell taking the reigns. Campbell replaces Mark Goffman as Sleepy Hollow‘s showrunner. Goffman, who held the position for the first two years of the series, stepped down earlier this month after Sleepy Hollow‘s divisive second season, which received mixed responses from both fans and critics and saw the show’s ratings go down 40 percent from Season 1. In addition to being the creator of A&E’s The Glades, Campbell has also served as an executive producer on White Collar, »
- Chris King
Hold onto your heads — “Sleepy Hollow” is coming back for season three.
Fox has renewed the supernatural drama for an 18-episode third season, Variety has confirmed.
Clifton Campbell (“The Glades” creator) will take over as showrunner, stepping in for Mark Goffman, who exited the show after declining season-two ratings, signing an overall deal with CBS Studios earlier this month.
The series, co-created by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Phillip Iscove and Len Wiseman, stars Tom Mison as Ichabod Crane and Nicole Beharie as Abbie Mills. Kurtzman, Orci, Wiseman and Heather Kadin will serve as exec producers, along with Campbell, for the new season.
“‘Sleepy Hollow’ is truly inventive television,” said David Madden, Fox entertainment president. “The talented producers – led by Alex, Bob, Len and Heather – along with the brilliant cast, anchored by Nicole and Tom, have created a fantastic world that brings ‘history’ to life with compelling and vibrant storytelling.”
Of the new showrunner, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
“Sleepy Hollow” will ride again — Fox has renewed the series for a third season. The supernatural show’s third run will see “The Glades” creator Clifton Campbell replacing now-former showrunner Mark Goffman at the helm. Campbell also co-executive produced “White Collar.” Goffman bailed last week for an overall deal with CBS TV Studios. Under the new pact, Goffman will supervise and develop new projects for the studio. “’Sleepy Hollow’ is truly inventive television. The talented producers – led by Alex, Bob, Len and Heather – along with the brilliant cast, anchored by Nicole and Tom, have created a fantastic world that brings ‘history’ to life with compelling. »
- Tony Maglio
Sleepy Hollow has a new head — and, more importantly, a future.
Related2015 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
Campbell replaces Mark Goffman, who stepped down earlier this month in the wake of Sleepy‘s rocky second season, which saw ratings slide 40 percent versus Season 1.
“I had the pleasure »
Et sat with the busiest producer in television to get exclusive new details on Lady Gaga's American Horror Story debut, the shocking Scream Queens twist no one knows about, and why John Travolta is bringing the "wow" factor to American Crime Story.
Fans were shocked last month when Gaga released the news that she would be checking into American Horror Story: Hotel as the new series lead, but Murphy revealed there's a specific reason the news was not leaked beforehand.
"It was just something that she did very, very privately. It was sort of a creative investigation," Murphy said of the music superstar's decision to star in the next chapter of the FX drama. "My favorite thing in the world would be when I would, of the »
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