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Here's the status of TV shows like East Los High, Easy, The Eleventh, Embeds, Episodes, Ever After High, Extinct, The Expanse, Eyewitness, F Is For Family, The Fairly Odd Parents, Faking It, The Fall, Falling Water, Family Time, Famous in Love, Fargo, Fear the Walking Dead, Feed the Beast, Five Year, Flaked, Fleabag, Flowers, For Better Or Worse, The Forgotten Army, Fortitude, The Fosters, Foursome, The Frankenstein Chronicles, Freakish, Friends from College, From Dusk till Dawn: The Series, Frontier, Full Circle, Fuller House, Future Man, Game Shakers, Game of Thrones, Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything, Genius, The Get Down, Get Shorty, Ghostbusters: Ecto Force, Gilmore Girls, Girl Meets World, Girlboss, The Girlfriend Experience, Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, Girls, Glitch, Glow, Goliath, Good Behavior, Good Girls Revolt, Good Omens, Good Witch, Grace and Frankie, Graves, Greenleaf, Guerrilla, The Guest Book, Guidance, Guilt, Gypsy, Halt and Catch Fire, Hand of God, The »
Here's a list of TV shows that aired (or are expected to air) during the 2016-17 season (roughly September 2016 through August 2017) and that also won't be back for the 2017-18 season. Not finding a show that you believe has been cancelled? Check the 2015-16 season list or 2014-15 season list.Most recent additions: The O'Reilly Factor (Fox News), Outsiders (Wgn America), Dating Naked (VH1), The Amber Rose Show (VH1), Hollywood Today Live (syndicated), Red Eye (Fox News), Man Seeking Woman (Fxx), Kingdom (Audience), Time After Time (ABC), River Monsters (Animal Planet), Mercy Street (PBS), Saving Hope (Ion), Eyewitness (USA), Manzo'd with Children (Bravo), Incorporated (Syfy), Best Friends Whenever (Disney), Doubt (CBS), Review (Comedy Central), Loosely Exactly Nicole (MTV), Mary + Jane (MTV), Orphan Black (BBC America), The Insider (syndicated), Please Like Me (Hulu), For Better or Worse (Own), Love Thy Neighbor (Own), Rogue (At&T), Aftermath (Syfy), Gamer's Guide To Pretty Much Everything (Disney Xd), Girl Meets World (Disney Channel), The Kelly File (Fox »
Image Source: CBS It has begun! The exciting, sometimes heartbreaking, time of the year when TV shows are either given the green light for a new season or axed forever - until the reboot eventually gets underway in 2036. Take a look to see what fates have been decided, and if the show you're looking for isn't on this list yet, check our 2016 scorecard. What's Been Renewed CBS The Big Bang Theory: The hugely popular series will be back for at least two more seasons. Blue Bloods: The family drama will return for season eight. Hawaii Five-0: Season eight is on the way. Life in Pieces: The 30-minute family comedy will be back for season three. Madam Secretary: Another season of Tea Leoni's drama is coming. Mom: Anna Faris and Allison Janney will return. NCIS: Los Angeles: The spinoff will be back for season nine. »
- Maggie Pehanick
Should American Crime be lucky enough to score a Season 4 pickup at ABC, the acclaimed anthology drama will delve into another very timely issue: injustice in the workplace.
Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
At Sunday’s Emmy-themed Contenders event, presented by TVLine’s sister site Deadline, exec producer Michael McDonald revealed that a potential fourth season would center on “women in the workplace,” before citing the recent sexual harassment scandals enveloping Uber and Fox News (Bill O’Reilly specifically) as examples.
McDonald then acknowledged that despite the continued support »
But the truth is, everything about Andi’s life has changed. For starters, her “mother” is actually her grandmother — a long-buried secret that’s finally unearthed when Andi’s cool “older sister” returns home for an extended visit.
As you can imagine, the Mack family’s world is turned upside down as each member adjusts to its new role; my favorite moment is when Andi »
Former Disney executive developed Descendants franchise.
Marsh will collaborate with the company’s existing television department, led by Josh Barry head of television and vice-president of television Priscilla Crowe, to ramp up development and produce scripted and unscripted television.
Marsh will report directly to Jeff Kwatinetz, whom Marsh worked for earlier in his career.
The executive rejoins The Firm from The Walt Disney Company where he recently served as executive director of development for The Disney Channel and Disney Xd. While at Disney, Marsh developed multiple series including K.C. Undercover and Girl Meets World, as well as the Descendants franchise.
“I am thrilled to re-team with Corey,” Kwatinetz said. “It’s the right time and the right team to bring this group together. Corey’s creative aptitude, entrepreneurial energy »
Ben Savage is headed to Cmt. Deadline reports the Girl Meets World star has joined season two of Still the King.The sitcom follows Vernon Brownmule (Billy Ray Cyrus), aka “Burnin’ Vernon," a washed-up country music star who ends up pretending to be a small town minister. The cast also includes Joey Lauren Adams, Madison Iseman, Jon Sewell, Travis Nicholson, Leslie David Baker, Kevin Farley, and Justin Dray.Read More… »
Lip Sync Battle has already been renewed for a fourth season, to premiere in January 2018 on the Paramount Network (aka Spike’s new name for the new year).
Lip Sync Battle’s third season arrives Thursday, April 20 at 10/9c on Spike.
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* Netflix’s The Ranch: Part Three will premiere on Friday, June 16, picking up with Colt resolving his love triangle and divorced »
Boy Meets World and Girl Meets World alum Ben Savage is set for a key recurring role on the second season of Cmt’s hit comedy series Still The King, which premieres this summer. In his first TV role since Girl Meets World wrapped in January, Savage will play Gene, a no-nonsense Securities Exchange Commission agent who dreams of making the big bust. Still The King is an offbeat comedy about life's unexpected detours on the road back to family. Billy Ray Cyrus leads an… »
That’s right, I’m talking about the fourth wall-breaking confessionals, which have been a staple of the sitcom ever since it premiered in July 2013. You probably never wondered why the characters do them, but a reason was given during Friday’s finale — and, honestly, it was kind of brilliant.
Thanks to an inquisitive Dump Truck, »
Lee will appear in the ABC pilot “Splitting Up Together” opposite Jenna Fischer and Oliver Hudson. The show, which hails from executive producer Ellen DeGeneres, is the story of Lena (Fischer) and Martin (Hudson), whose marriage is reignited by their divorce. They still live in the same house, alternating weeks, with one living upstairs and doing the parenting while the other lives downstairs in the guest apartment.
Lee will play the role of Arthur, Martin’s best friend. What he lacks in courage, he makes up for with sincerity and encourages Martin and Lena to reunite.
The pilot was written by Emily Kapnek and directed by Dean Holland. Kapnek, DeGeneres, Jeff Kleeman, Mette Heeno, Mie Andreasen, and Hella Joof will serve as executive producers. DeGeneres’ A Very Good Production and Kapnek’s Piece »
- Joe Otterson
"In the first season of Riverdale, I let Archie have the cool hair," Perry, 50, explains to Et's Nischelle Turner. "You notice that my hair's not so great, because I wanted to give him a head start. I told him in the second season I'm coming to get you. By the end of it, I'm going to have the coolest hair on TV!"
Watch: Jughead and Betty's 'Riverdale' Romance Continues in This Adorable Sneak Peek!
Perry plays a devoted single dad on the dramatic series, based on the Archie Comics, while newcomer K.J. Apa plays his son, Archie.
Film fans love to harp on Hollywood for being too focused on all the remakes, reboots, and sequels. And yeah, let’s be real, it would be a lie to say that the industry isn’t focused on trying to recapture its success. But in a world where we carry every form of entertainment in our pockets, studios have to be competitive in order to compete financially. There is something, however, that is lost along the way. While we do get original ideas, it’s very infrequent that these ideas get sent to the big screen with the same weight behind it as your average superhero flick.
As sad as that can be, there is something pretty magical about us living in the age of nostalgia. We no longer have to grow out of the things we love, and so long as we keep loving it, and make our voices heard, »
- Joseph Medina
The Big Bang Theory‘s universe is officially entering a younger, dense state.
CBS on Monday formally ordered to series Young Sheldon, a prequel spinoff centered on Sheldon Cooper’s awkward childhood in Texas. As TVLine previously reported, Big Little Lies breakout Iain Armitage will portray Jim Parsons’ pubescent doppelganger in the series, with Zoe Perry — aka the real-life daughter of Laurie Metcalf, who currently recurs as Adult Sheldon’s mom — set to play the mother of Young Sheldon.
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Parsons will narrate the »
Shooting for “A Wrinkle In Time” has wrapped. Director Ava DuVernay confirmed the news on Sunday via Twitter, where she shared some stills from the film, as well as photos from the set, the crew and some of the stars of the Disney production, including Reese Witherspoon, Oprah Winfrey, Mindy Kaling, “Moonlight” actor Andre Holland and “Girl Meets World” star Rowan Blanchard.
Based on the popular 1963 science fantasy novel by Madeleine L’Engle, “A Wrinkle In Time” follows the story of Meg Murry (Storm Reid), a 13-year-old who sets out on an epic adventure around the universe to rescue her scientist father (played by Chris Pine). She enlists the help of her brother, who is a genius, an older classmate and three very peculiar neighbors, one of which is played by Winfrey.
Last August, »
- Yoselin Acevedo
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Four months on from the moment writer-director Ava DuVernay first yelled “action!” on the set of A Wrinkle in Time and we now have confirmation that DuVernay and Co. have wrapped principal photography – and there’s a slew of new pics and behind-the-scenes photos to prove it.
An adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s cherished children’s book, A Wrinkle in Time has since found a home at Disney, and last night’s announcement ensures the fantasy flick is well on its way to hitting that 2018 release date. DuVernay, meanwhile, took the opportunity to extend a heartfelt message of thanks to the cast and crew, before labeling the big-screen adaptation as “an epic adventure” via Twitter.
DuVernay continued: “Thanks to the truly beautiful crew of Wrinkle in Time and our studio for standing with me every step of the way. Extraordinary experience.”
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- Michael Briers
The Oscar’s Best Picture snafu is still fresh in people's minds, and Saturday night's Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards made sure to relive the unforgettable moment when La La Land was crowned the winner instead of Moonlight. Henry Danger beat out four other series, including Girl Meets World, to win Favorite Kids’ Show. As the cast went up to accept their orange blimp, Hollywood's biggest moment this year didn't go unnoticed. The show's star Jace Norman was giving his… »
VideosAndi Mack Creator Shares the Secret of Disney Channel’s Most Adult Show Yet — Watch the Series Premiere
“This means so much to us, because all of your parents grew up alongside of »
(Spoiler alert: Please do not read on if you have not watched the series premiere of “Andi Mack,” which you can view above) Disney Channel boldly goes somewhere it has never gone before with the new comedy “Andi Mack,” from “Lizzie McGuire” creator Terri Minsky. The game-changing twist is set up in the series premiere: 13-year-old Andi (Peyton Elizabeth Lee) discovers that her cool, rebellious older sister Bex (Lilan Bowden), is actually her mother, and that the “parents” who’s raised her since birth (Lauren Tom and Stoney Westmoreland) are actually her grandparents. Whoa. Also Read: Netflix Is Not Picking »
- Linda Ge
In this age of reboots and sequels to beloved properties, it’s not out of the realm of possibility to see any show that’s aged a few years return to the small screen. “Lizzie McGuire,” the Hilary Duff sitcom that ran for three seasons on Disney Channel from 2001-2004, has a special place in the hearts of a generation who grew up watching it, and its creator would love to see it join the ranks of “Fuller House,” “Girl Meets World” and, even more recently, “That’s So Raven.” “I would do it in a heartbeat,” Terri Minsky told »
- Linda Ge
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