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TNT has had both great successes and big disappointments when it comes to their original scripted shows. Which of the current crop will be cancelled or renewed for another season? Stay tuned!
Scripted TNT shows listed: Agent X, Dallas, Falling Skies, Franklin & Bash, The Last Ship, Legends, The Librarians, Major Crimes, Murder in the First, Perception, Proof, Public Morals, Rizzoli & Isles, and Transporter: The Series.
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Below, you'll find the status of the recent/current/upcoming scripted TV shows on Syfy, TBS, TNT, TV Land, USA, VH1, We tv, Wgn America, and Yahoo. To see a series' ratings (if available), click the links in the middle column.
Shows include 12 Monkeys, Agent X, American Dad!, Angie Tribeca, Ascension, Benched, Bitten, Channel Zero, Childhood's End, Clipped, Colony, Community, Complications, Continuum, Cougar Town, Covert Affairs, Dark Matter, Defiance, Dig, Dominion, The Exes, The Expanse, Falling Skies, Graceland, Ground Floor, Haven, Helix, Hindsight, Hit the Floor, Hot in Cleveland, Hunters, Impastor, Instant Mom, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Killjoys, The Last Ship, Legends, The Librarians, Lopez, Lost Girl, Major Crimes, Manhattan, Mr. Robot, Murder in the First, Olympus, Other Space, Outsiders, Perception, Playing House, Proof, Public Morals, Rizzoli & Isles, Royal Pains, Salem, Satisfaction, Sin City Saints, Sirens, The Soul Man, South of Hell, Suits, Teachers, Ties That Bind, Transporter: »
Last night, high atop the great black glass Hearst Tower, Sting played a short acoustic set of songs from The Last Ship, his grand industrial lament of a musical, which, despite its beautiful music, and, for a while, in an effort to get the show to sail right, his stepping onto the stage, too, had a rather disappointing run on Broadway last winter, closing in January. But Broadway is "a very strange world," Sting tells me, before he went up on the little stage, Central Park spread out behind him in the dark. "I mean, you either coincide with popular taste or you don’t, in any particular season," and the fact that the musical didn't turn out to be seaworthy "doesn’t really matter long term. I stand by the tone of the piece, its seriousness, its intent. It wasn’t a success on Broadway." (Its producers lost their entire $15 million investment. »
- Carl Swanson
Turner-owned cablers TNT and TBS are continuing their brand evolution under president Kevin Reilly by beefing up the networks’ marketing teams with the promotion of Jeff Gregor and the hire of Michael Engleman, who comes from NBC Universal’s Syfy and Chiller.
Gregor has been elevated to the newly-created position of chief catalyst officer for TNT and TBS, while Engleman — who was responsible for Sci Fi’s rebrand to Syfy — will join the company in early 2016 in the new post of exec vice president of entertainment marketing and brand innovation.
“We are reinventing two market-leading brands, TBS and TNT, which calls for a forward-reaching, re-imagining of our marketing organization,” said Reilly. “I have worked closely with Jeff since I joined the company, and he is one of the rare leaders who can draw on his deep brand marketing experience while reaching for new ideas and emergent methodologies. Michael will be »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
TNT has renewed Murder In The First for a third season to air in 2016. The crime drama, created by Steven Bochco and Eric Lodal, averaged an Ok 2 million viewers in its second season, which wrapped its run on August 25. Taye Diggs and Kathleen Robertson star. Murder In The First marked a departure from TNT’s procedural formula as it tracks one case for an entire season. It joins Rizzoli & Isles and The Last Ship, which also were renewed for next year. New Turner… »
Help is apparently on the way for one of Grey’s Anatomy‘s unbalanced MDs.
Acting vet Bill Smitrovich — whose mile-long, TV-packed resume includes roles on Life Goes On, The Practice, Without a Trace and, most recently, TNT’s The Last Ship — will guest star in an upcoming Grey’s episode as (rumor has it) a shrink.
RelatedGrey’s Anatomy: Derek’s ‘Killer’ Breaks Her Silence
An ABC rep confirmed Smitrovich’s casting, but declined to provide any further details. However, according to sources, the 68-year-old will turn up in Season 12’s 10th episode as an “easy, funny, kind, fatherly” therapist. »
Exclusive: Eidan Hanzei (Gamer) has been cast in a recurring role on the third season of Michael Bay's action-adventure TNT series The Last Ship. Based on William Brinkley's novel, The Last Ship deals with a global catastrophe that nearly decimates the world's population. Because of its positioning, the Navy destroyer USS Nathan James avoids falling victim to the devastating tragedy. The captain and crew confront the reality of their new existence in a world where they… »
He will play T.A.O. Cameron Burke in a heavily recurring role in the third season of Eric Dane’s Navy drama, appearing in at least seven episodes. Burke is a new tactical officer on board the Nathan James and is Lt. Carlton Burk’s (Jocko Sims) brother.
Most recently seen in Hulu’s “The Hotwives of Las Vegas,” Garrett also had a longtime role on “Sons of Anarchy.” His other credits include “NCIS,” “Veep,” “Black-ish,” “Arrested Development,” “Mr. Robinson,” “Mike & Molly,” “Revenge” and “Transformers: Dark of the Moon.”
From producer Michael Bay, “The Last Ship” revolves around a global catastrophe that nearly wipes out the world’s population, though the destroyer USS Nathan James avoids the tragedy, forcing its captain (Dane) and the ship’s crew to confront the new reality that »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
The actress will recur on Season 3 of the TNT drama as the highly intelligent and capable Chief of Staff to President Michener (played by Mark Moses), our sister site Deadline reports.
The Last Ship returns in 2016.
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Stalker alum Elisabeth Rohm has been tapped for a recurring role on the third season of Michael Bay's action-adventure TNT series The Last Ship. Based on William Brinkley's novel, The Last Ship deals with a global catastrophe that nearly decimates the world's population. Because of its positioning, the Navy destroyer U.S.S. Nathan James avoids falling victim to the devastating tragedy. The captain and crew confront the reality of their new existence in a world where they… »
Agent Carter star Bridget Regan is easily one of the busiest actresses on television right now, and she’s adding another gig to her packed schedule. Regan will be joining the upcoming third season of TNT’s drama The Last Ship in a new series-regular role. Regan will play Sasha, “a former Navy Intelligence Officer now operating under diplomatic cover in China for the newly reformed United States government.” Deadline was the first to report the casting news. In addition to her new role on The Last Ship, Regan will be returning as Peggy’s Black Widow enemy Dottie in Agent Carter Season 2 and will continue to recur in the second season of The CW’s Jane the Virgin. Her other past TV credits include White Collar, Beauty and the Beast, and The Good Wife. The Last Ship, which stars Eric Dane, Rhona Mitra, and Adam Baldwin, is based on »
- Chris King
The actress, who plays Russian operative Dottie Underwood in the ABC series, has been cast in Season 3 of TNT’s The Last Ship, our sister site Deadline reports.
RelatedTNT Cancels Proof After One Season
Regan will take on the series regular role of Last Ship‘s Sasha, a former Naval Intelligence Officer who’s working in China on behalf of the United States government.
In September, the series »
Exclusive: Jane The Virgin‘s Bridget Regan has landed a series regular role on the third season of Michael Bay's action-adventure TNT series The Last Ship. Regan will play Sasha, a former Navy Intelligence Officer now operating under diplomatic cover in China for the newly reformed United States government. Based on William Brinkley's novel, The Last Ship deals with a global catastrophe that nearly decimates the world’s population. Because of its positioning, the Navy… »
“Is there life after death?” is a question TNT’s Proof may itself now be wondering.
The freshman drama, which starred Jennifer Beals as a surgeon enlisted by Matthew Modine’s eccentric billionaire to investigate — nay, find proof of — the existence of an afterlife, has been cancelled after one 10-episode season.
TVLine’s hand-crafted Cable Renewal Scorecard has thusly been updated.
Proof debuted in June to 2.7 million total viewers and a 0.4 rating, and come finale time was pulling 2.1 mil/0.3. But even with DVR playback bumps, the numbers simply skewed too old. »
Another monster “Sunday Night Football” result combined with the finales of summer hits “America’s Got Talent” and “American Ninja Warrior” to keep NBC on top of the primetime ratings leaderboard in key demos.
NBC’s much-anticipated Seattle-Green Bay matchup on “Sunday Night Football,” a rematch of last January’s Nfc Championship game, averaged a 9.7 rating/29 share in adults 18-49 and 26.38 million viewers to lead all programs for the week, according to Nielsen “live plus same-day” estimates. This was the largest audience for a Week 2 NFL primetime game in 24 years (since Dallas-Washington on ABC’s “Monday Night Football” in 1991).
Espn dominated Monday with its annual “Monday Night Football” doubleheader, which was led by the late game between the Minnesota Vikings and San Francisco 49ers (5.9 rating in 18-49, 14.33 million viewers overall). Combined with the opener between the Philadelphia Eagles and Atlanta Falcons 5.3 rating in 18-49, 13.56 million viewers overall), this year »
- Rick Kissell
When Law & Order: Svu returns, Olivia Benson will have a new right-hand man: Broadway actor Andy Karl.
The Tony nominee will recur during the NBC procedural’s 17th season as Sgt. Mike Dodds, the son of Peter Gallagher’s Deputy Chief William Dodds. According to TVGuide.com, Mike will serve as No. 2 to Mariska Hargitay’s character, who is now acting commander at the precinct.
RelatedLaw & Order: Svu Boss Talks Transition Year for Olivia & Co., Possible Trump Episode
Though he is best known for his work in such musicals as Legally Blonde, Wicked and Rocky, Karl’s TV credits include »
Kevin Michael Martin and Bren Foster have been upped to series regulars for the third season of Michael Bay's action-adventure TNT series The Last Ship. Martin, who recurred heavily in the first two seasons, plays Eric Miller, the well-intentioned seaman and youngest member of Cobra team. Foster plays Senior Chief Wolf Taylor, an Australian naval operator who joined the crew in Norfolk this past season. Based on William Brinkley's novel, The Last Ship chronicles a global… »
In the wake of Zoo‘s plane crash, two team members found distinct ways to cope with the “death” of a third, while the others were still very much invested in the fight against the animals. By the time the season finale came to a close, who had reunited for the cause — and what significant obstacle literally stood in their way?
RelatedUnder the Dome Ep Talks ‘Satisfying’ End, Hypothetical Season 4 Plan
The good news in the above is that Jamie is not actually dead, but only presumed so, having been found and nursed back to health by Anik, a »
It’s one week ’til the 2015 Emmy Awards — but today at TVLine, we’re handing out unofficial kudos for “best use of public profanity,” “meanest critique of a wannabe model” and “outstanding reference to the classic cartoon Cathy.”
RelatedFall TV Spectacular: Exclusive Scoop and Photos on 43 Returning Favorites!
Yep, it’s time for Quotes of the Week, and this time around we’ve got double doses of America’s Next Top Model and Zoo, some presidential wisdom via The Last Ship, an a righteous grooming critique courtesy of Big Brother.
Check out the gallery below – or click here for direct »
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Masters of Sex, The Last Ship, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Under the Dome and Top Model!
1 | Was Sunday’s wedding-themed, family-focused Ray Donovan the best episode of the show’s entire run? We’ll go ahead and answer that one for you: Yes. Yes, it was.
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