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Ross Mathews’ eponymous late-night talk show on E! will not return for a third season, TheWrap reports.
Although the future of Hello Ross became uncertain after Chelsea Handler’s departure from the network, the cancellation is largely due to Mathews’ newest gig. In September, he will join correspondents Maria Menounos and Jason Kennedy on the primetime roundtable series Live From E!, which originated on digital platforms.
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Gordon's adaptation will also feature the original's multiple viewpoints at the robbery, but with a much larger scope.
"That was four hours, and this is hopefully something that will turn into 50 hours," said Fox 21 president Bert Salke. "But it's the same themes about how we find our voice in life, how we can rise above what the working man does to make his mark."
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Showtime has announced that the fourth season of "Homeland" is set to premiere on October 5th starting with two back-to-back episodes. The two hour launch will precede the launch of the network's new drama "The Affair" which will bow a week earlier than expected on October 12th.
The new season, filmed entirely on location in South Africa, will find Carrie assigned to one of the most volatile and dangerous CIA stations in the Middle East - Pakistan. [Source: Showtime]
Cinemax's heavily promoted series launch of the Steven Soderbergh-directed, Clive Owen-led period medical drama "The Knick" pulled in an average of 354,000 viewers for its initial viewing on Saturday night and a combined 657,000 viewers on Cinemax for the weekend.
That figure is down from the 438,000 initial viewers and a combined 965,000 viewers that tuned into the pilot of "Banshee" last year. "The Knick" did better with an airing on HBO »
- Garth Franklin
Inside Men is getting another go. Richard Price and Howard Gordon have inked a deal with Fox 21 to collaborate on a drama based on Tony Basgallop’s format for the BBC limited series from BBC Worldwide Productions. The project, which will be shopped to premium networks and top-tier basic cable ones by the year's end, will count Price and Basgallop as writers and executive producers, with Gordon producing through his Teakwood Lane banner. Like the original, the project will feature a multiple points-of-view look at a robbery, though the case as well as the scope will differ.
- Lacey Rose
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