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Life Sentence: Is The CW TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

Vulture Watch Will Stella Abbott get a second chance? Has the Life Sentence TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on The CW? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Life Sentence, 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 CW comedy-drama, Life Sentence stars Lucy Hale, Dylan Walsh, Gillian Vigman, Brooke Lyons, Carlos PenaVega, Jayson Blair, and Elliot Knight. The dramedy centers on Stella Abbott (Hale). After a lethal cancer diagnosis, she spent eight years living her life like any dying young woman might. She did things like face her fears, travel the world, and even married a stranger on a
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Life Sentence: Season One Viewer Votes

Is the first season of the Life Sentence TV show on The CW lively or deadly? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether the TV show Life Sentence is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of the Life Sentence season one episodes below. A CW comedy-drama, Life Sentence stars Lucy Hale, Dylan Walsh, Gillian Vigman, Brooke Lyons, Carlos PenaVega, Jayson Blair, and Elliot Knight. The dramedy centers on Stella Abbott (Hale). After a lethal cancer diagnosis, she spent eight years living her life like any dying young woman might. She did things like face her fears, travel the world, and
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Life Sentence: Season One Ratings

Generally speaking, The CW's most successful TV series, in terms of Nielsen ratings, are its DC Comics-inspired programs, paranormal fare like Supernatural, and Ya dramas like Riverdale. Now the littlest network is angling for dramedy fans with the new Life Sentence TV show. What's its life expectancy? Will Life Sentence be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. From creators Erin Cardillo and Richard Keith, Life Sentence stars Lucy Hale, Dylan Walsh, Gillian Vigman, Brooke Lyons, Carlos PenaVega, Jayson Blair, and Elliot Knight. The CW TV series centers on Stella Abbott (Hale). After a lethal cancer diagnosis, Stella spent eight years living her life like any dying young woman might. She did things like face her fears, travel the world, and even married a stranger on a whim. After she learns she's been cured, Stella must return to living like someone with
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Life Sentence Season 1 Episode 1 Review: Is a New Lease on Life Enough?

If we were to isolate Life Sentence Season 1 Episode 1 from the entire series starring a charismatic Lucy Hale, the show would be a delightful triumph, breezy and fun and easy on the eyes with that CW sheen and glow of beautiful people on our screens. 

Life Sentence is a charmer about one woman facing down the prospect of life after having come to terms with her death and the relationships built in just an hour feel lived in, well rounded and cared for by actors who already feel at home in the skin of the character. 

But this isn't merely a one hour story, nor is it a mini-series.

Instead, it's only just the pilot of the latest CW series, and while that charm is apparent and striking, there's only so much it can do to power along a show whose shelf-life seems rather limited. 

There is an issue where
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Life Sentence

Network: The CW. Episodes: Ongoing (hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: March 7, 2018 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Lucy Hale, Dylan Walsh, Gillian Vigman, Brooke Lyons, Carlos PenaVega, Jayson Blair, Elliot Knight, Dominique Lucky Martell, Riley Smith, Shannon Chan-Kent, Nadej K Bailey, and Claudia Rocafort. TV show description: A comedy-drama from creators Erin Cardillo and Richard Keith, the Life Sentence TV show centers on Stella Abbott (Hale). After a lethal cancer diagnosis, Stella spent eight years living her life like any dying young woman might. She did things like face her fears, travel the world, and even married a stranger on a whim. Once Stella learns she's been unexpectedly
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The CW's Life Sentence: Grade It! (Plus, the EPs Answer Our Burning Questions)

What seems like a happy ending is merely an awkward new beginning on The CW’s Life Sentence.

The drama, which made its long-awaited premiere on Wednesday, stars Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars) as Stella Abbott, a young woman who — until very recently — believed she was going to die of cancer. And while she’s obviously pleased to learn that she’s been cured, she’s less pleased to discover that her family, even with the best of intentions, has been keeping a few secrets from her.

The Abbott family is a complicated brood — honestly, each one of them could
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‘Life Sentence’ Review: A Sugary Show About a Family That Lives Like They’re Starring in an Uplifting Cancer Drama

‘Life Sentence’ Review: A Sugary Show About a Family That Lives Like They’re Starring in an Uplifting Cancer Drama
Someday, Lucy Hale is probably going to star in a very good TV comedy. She may not be the lead, like she is the in the new CW series “Life Sentence,” playing Stella Abbott, a young woman with a new lease on life after a surprise revelation that her cancer is in remission. She may not be forced to deliver lengthy monologues about love and family and the thought of dying against the backdrop of a series that only seems marginally interested in any of those things. But at least in this theoretical yet-to-be-produced series, she won’t be one of the only redeeming parts of the show she’s in.

The most interesting layer of “Life Sentence” is that in a way, every member of Stella‘s family has been writing their own kind of TV show over the eight years that Stella was sick. They’ve written their own characters,
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TV Review: ‘Life Sentence,’ Starring Lucy Hale

TV Review: ‘Life Sentence,’ Starring Lucy Hale
Life Sentence” is a tortuously sentimental drama from the CW about a teenage cancer patient who discovers, after years of living as if every day were her last, that she is fully cured. It’s a premise that lands, tonally, somewhere between a pharmaceutical commercial and a greeting card — sunny skies and inspirational words underscored by a murmur of unpleasant realities, a litany of fine print waiting to be dealt with. “Life Sentence” tries to be lighthearted, but its high spirits feel wildly disconnected from the somber reality it depicts — a bankrupt family, a host of passed-over siblings, and two failing marriages.
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Forever My Girl – Review

Though the day of cupid’s arrow is still a month away, that doesn’t stop the studios from trying to heat up these frigid Winter nights (and matinees). And, for at least this February 14, the holiday is claimed by Christian Gray and company (add joke about restraining cherubs). As foretold by its PG rating, this romance is pretty gentle, though it’s also based on a literary “heart-tugger”. Plus it’s got a “mighty strong” country kick with its locale and music (soundtrack and setting). so Hollywood’s hoping for a “long term relationship” rather than a one night (or single viewing) stand with Forever My Girl.

The little town of St. Augustine, Louisiana is all abuzz on this sunny warm afternoon. Home town boy Liam Page’s first CD is climbing the charts (everyone’s heard his hit song on the radio). And today he’s marrying his
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Blu-ray Review – The House (2017)

The House, 2017.

Directed by Andrew Jay Cohen.

Starring Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, Jason Mantzoukas, Nick Kroll, Ryan Simpkins, and Jeremy Renner

Synopsis:

Forty somethings Scott and Kate Johansen (Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler) are proud that their daughter Alex (Ryan Simpkins) is going to college. She’s done so well that she’s getting a scholarship from the council to cover her tuition fees – except that it’s pulled due to budget cuts. Neither of them can raise extra money from their employers, but friend Frank (Jason Mantzoukas) comes up with an idea that could be the answer to their financial problems, as well as his. Open up a casino in his basement.

Saturday Night Live veterans Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler re-team as a suburban married couple in the comedy The House, a funny, if flawed, comedy that showcases the chemistry between the two actors even if the jokes don’t always land.
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I'm Sorry: Is the truTV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

Vulture Watch Will Andrea ever get it together? Has the I'm Sorry TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on truTV? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of I'm Sorry, 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 truTV scripted sitcom, I'm Sorry stars Savage as Andrea, with Tom Everett Scott as her husband Mike, and Olive Petrucci as their daughter, Olive. In season one, Kathy Baker, Nelson Franklin, Judy Greer, Jason Mantzoukas, Martin Mull, Lyndon Smith, Gary Anthony Williams, and Steve Zissis recur. Guest stars include: John Ross Bowie, Lizzy Caplan, Jamie Denbo, Rebecca Henderson, Nick Kroll, Paul Scheer, June Squibb, Gillian Vigman, and Kulap Vilaysack. Read More…
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I'm Sorry: Season One Ratings

Despite its moniker, truTV is branching out into scripted TV series. Can they do it, and should they? Will their new scripted comedy, the I'm Sorry TV show, be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. A sitcom from creator Andrea Savage, I'm Sorry stars Savage as Andrea, with Tom Everett Scott as her husband Mike, and Olive Petrucci as their daughter, Olive. In season one on truTV, Kathy Baker, Nelson Franklin, Judy Greer, Jason Mantzoukas, Martin Mull, Lyndon Smith, Gary Anthony Williams, and Steve Zissis recur. Guest stars include: John Ross Bowie, Lizzy Caplan, Jamie Denbo, Rebecca Henderson, Nick Kroll, Paul Scheer, June Squibb, Gillian Vigman, and Kulap Vilaysack. Read More…
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First Trailer for Cheesy High School Horror Thriller 'Deadly Detention'

"Attention students, the rules have changed. I am your new principal." Yes, I fully admit this looks terrible, but thankfully you don't have to waste any time or money on this if you don't want to - all trailers are free to watch! Deadly Detention, originally known as The Detained before the title change, is a new horror thriller about five "archetypal teens" (eye roll already) serving detention who "find themselves in a life or death situation." The main cast includes Henry Zaga, Alex Frnka, Sarah Davenport, Coy Stewart, Jennifer Robyn Jacobs, Kevin Blake, and Gillian Vigman. At least they admit in the description that the characters are archetypal, because everything about this looks cheesy and awful and not worth watching. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Blair Hayes' Deadly Detention, direct from YouTube: Stuck together for Saturday detention, five high school students with nothing in common find
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I'm Sorry: Season One Ratings

Despite its moniker, truTV is branching out into scripted TV series. Can they do it, and should they? Will their new scripted comedy, the I'm Sorry TV show, be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. A sitcom from creator Andrea Savage, I'm Sorry stars Savage as Andrea, with Tom Everett Scott as her husband Mike, and Olive Petrucci as their daughter, Olive. In season one on truTV, Kathy Baker, Nelson Franklin, Judy Greer, Jason Mantzoukas, Martin Mull, Lyndon Smith, Gary Anthony Williams, and Steve Zissis recur. Guest stars include: John Ross Bowie, Lizzy Caplan, Jamie Denbo, Rebecca Henderson, Nick Kroll, Paul Scheer, June Squibb, Gillian Vigman, and Kulap Vilaysack. Read More…
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I'm Sorry: Is the truTV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

Vulture Watch Will Andrea ever get it together? Has the I'm Sorry TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on truTV? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of I'm Sorry, 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 truTV scripted sitcom, I'm Sorry stars Savage as Andrea, with Tom Everett Scott as her husband Mike, and Olive Petrucci as their daughter, Olive. In season one, Kathy Baker, Nelson Franklin, Judy Greer, Jason Mantzoukas, Martin Mull, Lyndon Smith, Gary Anthony Williams, and Steve Zissis recur. Guest stars include: John Ross Bowie, Lizzy Caplan, Jamie Denbo, Rebecca Henderson, Nick Kroll, Paul Scheer, June Squibb, Gillian Vigman, and Kulap Vilaysack. Read More…
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New Mutants Finds Its Mirage and Sunspot

New Mutants Finds Its Mirage and Sunspot
20th Century Fox is filling out its cast for their highly-anticipated New Mutants movie, with two more actors signing on. After being rumored for the Sunspot role earlier this month, Henry Zaga has officially come aboard, with newcomer Blu Hunt also signing on to play Dani Moonstar, a.k.a. Mirage. Blu Hunt was mentioned in a report last month as one of the contenders for that role, alongside True O'Brien. These two roles fill out the main cast, with just one key role left to be filled at this time.

Writer-director Josh Boone took to Instagram last May to reveal the characters that would be featured in his New Mutants movie. Those characters were Magik, Wolfsbane, Dani Moonstar, Cannonball, Sunspot and Warlock. After months of rumors, it was finally confirmed that Anya Taylor-Joy will play Magik, with Maisie Williams portraying Wolfsbane. More recently, Stranger Things star Charlie Heaton has come aboard to play Cannonball,
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Get Shorty (2017) TV Show Trailer: Chris O’Dowd Muscles His Way into the Movie Biz

Get Shorty TV Show Trailer Epix‘s Get Shorty (2017) TV show trailer stars Chris O’Dowd, Ray Romano, Gillian Vigman, Christine Elise, and Lucy Walters. Get Shorty‘s plot synopsis: based on the novel by Elmore Leonard, “The adventures of mobster-turned-movie producer Hollywood. Get Shorty is the story of Miles Daly, played by Chris O’Dowd, who works [...]

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Lucy Hale Faces Some Awkward Consequences In Life Sentence Trailer

Life Sentence‘s Stella is tragically not long for this world. She’s got cancer and it’s terminal. Friends and family flock to her and she decides that she’s going to live what remains of her life to the fullest. So, it’s time for some crazy impulsive decisions, including marrying a stranger she just met. What does it matter, it’s not like she’s going to be alive to face the music, right?

Then comes the good news. She’s miraculously cured! Suddenly, Stella’s life stretches on ahead of her and, for the first time in eight years, her choices have consequences that stretch decades ahead of her. Now that she’s not dying, she realizes that her family have been keeping the sacrifices they’ve made for her hidden away. Worse, without her illness she’s no longer ‘special’ – just another unemployable snake person with a silly haircut.
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Life Sentence: Lucy Hale Gets Good (?) News in First CW Trailer

"You have to play the hand you're dealt." Today, The CW released the first trailer for the upcoming TV series Life Sentence.The dramedy stars Lucy Hale as Stella, a young woman who finds out her cancer is cured after having spent the last eight years living like she was dying. The cast also includes Elliot Knight, Dylan Walsh, Gillian Vigman, Jayson Blair, Brooke Lyons, and Carlos PenaVega.Read More…
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Watch Trailers for New CW Shows ‘Black Lightning,’ ‘Dynasty,’ ‘Valor,’ ‘Life Sentence’

Watch Trailers for New CW Shows ‘Black Lightning,’ ‘Dynasty,’ ‘Valor,’ ‘Life Sentence’
The CW released trailers for its new shows “Black Lightning,” the reboot of “Dynasty,” “Life Sentence,” and “Valor” after their upfront presentation in New York on Thursday.

DC Comics adaptation “Black Lightning” and “Life Sentence,” which stars “Pretty Little Liars” alum Lucy Hale, are both set to debut midseason. “Dynasty” will air Wednesdays after “Riverdale” starting this fall, while “Valor” will also bow in the fall on Mondays after “Supergirl.”

Watch the trailers below.

Black Lightning

Jefferson Pearce previously fought crime as the vigilante Black Lightning, but has since retired. 10 years later, he is drawn back into battle when crime and corruption plague his city once more.

Cast: Cress Williams, Nafessa Williams, China Anne McClain, Christine Adams

Executive producers: Greg Berlanti, Salim Akil, Mara Brock Akil, Sarah Schechter

Dynasty

In a reboot of the classic primetime soap opera, Fallon Carrington is poised to become the new COO of her father’s global energy empire – or so she
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