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Emergence

Emergence
Network: ABC

Episodes: 13 (hour)

Seasons: One

TV show dates: September 24, 2019 -- January 28, 2020

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Allison Tolman, Alexa Swinton, Owain Yeoman, Ashley Aufderheide, Robert Bailey Jr., Zabryna Guevara, Donald Faison, and Clancy Brown.

TV show description:

A mystery thriller TV show, Emergence takes place in Peconic Bay on Long Island, New York. In the series, Jo Evans (Tolman) is a newly divorced police chief and the mother of a teenage daughter named Mia (Aufderheide).

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Emergence: Season One Viewer Votes

Emergence: Season One Viewer Votes
Will Piper's mystery be solved in the first season of the Emergence TV show on ABC? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether TV shows are cancelled or renewed. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the Emergence season one episodes. We invite you to rate them for us here. Status update below.

An ABC mystery thriller TV show, Emergence stars Allison Tolman, Alexa Swinton, Owain Yeoman, Ashley Aufderheide, Robert Bailey Jr., Zabryna Guevara, Donald Faison, and Clancy Brown. It takes place in Peconic Bay on Long Island, New York. In the series, Jo Evans (Tolman) is a newly divorced police chief and the mother of a teenage daughter named Mia (Aufderheide). Jo ends up taking in a young child named Piper (Swinton) who is found at the site of a mysterious accident
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Emergence: Season One Ratings

Emergence: Season One Ratings
The Tuesdays at 10Pm timeslot has been a challenge for ABC for many years and many of its occupants have been cancelled. Now, ABC has introduced Emergence. Will this new drama series finally give the network a hit Tuesday night drama? Will Emergence be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. Status update below.

An ABC mystery thriller TV show, Emergence stars Allison Tolman, Alexa Swinton, Owain Yeoman, Ashley Aufderheide, Robert Bailey Jr., Zabryna Guevara, Donald Faison, and Clancy Brown. It takes place in Peconic Bay on Long Island, New York. In the series, Jo Evans (Tolman) is a newly divorced police chief and the mother of a teenage daughter named Mia (Aufderheide). Jo ends up taking in a young child named Piper (Swinton) who is found at the site of a mysterious accident and she has no memory of what happened. Jo's investigation into the child's
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Emergence: Cancelled; No Season Two for ABC Tuesday Night Series

Emergence: Cancelled; No Season Two for ABC Tuesday Night Series
The mystery won't be solved on Emergence. ABC has revealed they've cancelled the Tuesday night drama series so there won't be a second season.

The Emergence TV series follows Jo Evans (Allison Tolman), a newly divorced police chief who ends up taking in a young child named Piper (Alexa Swinton) who is found at the site of a mysterious accident and she has no memory of what happened. Jo’s investigation into the child’s mystery draws her into a conspiracy that is larger than she could have imagined. The cast also includes Alexa Swinton, Owain Yeoman, Ashley Aufderheide, Robert Bailey Jr., Zabryna Guevara, Donald Faison, and Clancy Brown.

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Emergence Cancelled at ABC

Emergence Cancelled at ABC
ABC is putting the town of Southold in its rearview mirror, having cancelled the sci-fi drama Emergence after one season.

During its 13-episode run — which never aired more than four episodes in a row — Emergence averaged not quite a 0.5 demo rating and 2.7 million total viewers (in Live+Same Day numbers), well shy of what The Rookie did in the time slot (0.7/4.2 mil) last season. Out of the 10 dramas ABC has aired this TV season, it edged out only The Baker and the Beauty in the demo while ranking seventh in total audience.

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ABC Cancels Single Parents, Bless This Mess and More Ahead of 2020-2021 TV Season

ABC Cancels Single Parents, Bless This Mess and More Ahead of 2020-2021 TV Season
The axe has fallen at ABC. On the cancellation chopping block? A number of fan-favorite comedies that just wrapped up their second seasons. E! News has learned ABC has canceled Single Parents, Bless This Mess and Schooled in advance of the 2020-2021 TV season. Emergence starring Allison Tolman has also been canceled. The network has two shows on the bubble, For Life and The Baker and the Beauty, which it will decide on at a later date. The cancellation news comes as ABC announced its line-up of new and returning shows for the upcoming season. A schedule was not announced. The network handed out new seasons to American Housewife, The Bachelor, black-ish, The Conners, Dancing With the Stars, The Goldbergs, A...
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New Images From Jordan Peele’s ‘Twilight Zone’ Season 2 Promise More Star-Studded Spookiness

New Images From Jordan Peele’s ‘Twilight Zone’ Season 2 Promise More Star-Studded Spookiness
CBS has just released images from the new season of Jordan Peele’s The Twilight Zone revival, and they are giving this old Twilight Zone fan the vapors. Kumail Nanjiani, Adam Scott, Steven Yeun, Ike Barinholtz, John Cho, Allison Tolman, Jessica Williams, and more guest-starred in Peele’s star-studded first season, and the cast he’s assembled for Season 2 is no less impressive. Season 2’s staggering list of guest stars includes Morena Baccarin, Jenna Elfman, Sky Ferreira, Topher Grace, Tony Hale, Gillian Jacobs, David Krumholtz, Thomas Lennon, Joel McHale, Christopher Meloni, Gretchen Mol, Jurnee Smollett, Billy …
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Visit Films bolsters Efm slate with Sundance duo, Berlin selection ‘Minyan’ (exclusive)

Ryan Kampe screening all three in the market.

Visit Films heads to the Efm in Berlin this week with a slate bolstered by Sundance acquisitions The Last Shift and Feels Good Man, and Berlin Panorama selection Minyan.

Ryan Kampe and his team will screen all three in Berlin, alongside previously announced punk rock documentary and Generations selection White Riot, Park City premieres Summer White and Dinner In America, and Toronto title Hearts And Bones starring Hugo Weaving.

The Last Shift stars Richard Jenkins and Shane Paul McGhie and screened in the Premieres section. Jenkins plays a fast food worker about
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‘The Last Shift’ Review: Richard Jenkins Plays an Aging Fast-Food Worker in a Story of American Despair

‘The Last Shift’ Review: Richard Jenkins Plays an Aging Fast-Food Worker in a Story of American Despair
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Emergence: Cancelled or Renewed for a Second Season on ABC?

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Is this mystery's resolution worth the wait? Has the Emergence TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on ABC? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Emergence, 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?

Airing on the ABC television network,Emergence stars Allison Tolman, Alexa Swinton, Owain Yeoman, Ashley Aufderheide, Robert Bailey Jr., Zabryna Guevara, Donald Faison, and Clancy Brown. It takes place in Peconic Bay on Long Island, New York. In the series, Jo Evans (Tolman) is a newly divorced police chief and the mother of a teenage daughter named Mia (Aufderheide). Jo ends up taking in a young child named Piper (Swinton)
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Will there be a Season 2 of Emergence, or will it get canceled? Here’s our best guess

Emergence was given a lot of hype before debuting on ABC last fall. The thriller starring Donald Faison and Allison Tolman got off to a great start, but as the story went on, the ratings didn’t hold up to expectations. Finding out Piper (Alex Swinton) wasn’t a real girl was interesting. Learning that Benny (Owain Yeoman) was also a robot […]
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‘The Twilight Zone’ taps Billy Porter, Morena Baccarin, Tony Hale and more for Season 2

‘The Twilight Zone’ taps Billy Porter, Morena Baccarin, Tony Hale and more for Season 2
Billy Porter, Christopher Meloni, Jenna Elfman, Morena Baccarin, Tony Hale and Joel McHale are among the stars who will appear in the second season of “The Twilight Zone,” CBS All Access announced Sunday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour.

Other actors include Colman Domingo, Ethan Embry, Tavi Gevinson, Abbie Hern, Gillian Jacobs, Jimmi Simpson, Daniel Sunjata and Sophia Macy, the daughter of William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman, with more to come. Each will be in one episode of the upcoming 10-episode installment. Additionally, executive producer Jordan Peele, who also narrates the anthology series, will write one episode, titled “Downtime.”

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Movie Review – Speed of Life (2020)

Speed of Life, 2020. Written and Directed by Liz Manashil. Starring Ann Dowd, Ray Santiago, Vella Lovell, Sean Wright, Allison Tolman, and Jeff Perry. Synopsis: David Bowie’s death rocks the lives of June & Edward. The superstar’s passing rips a literal hole in the universe, sucking Edward in. Fast forward 24 years, an older June […]

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A very strange and welcome thing has happened this TV season: The broadcast networks are trying again.

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Ann Dowd & Allison Tolman in Bowie-Wormhole 'Speed of Life' Trailer

"I think when David Bowie died, the universe broke." Giant Pics has debuted a trailer for the indie drama Speed of Life, the latest film from film critic ("Just Seen It") / filmmaker Liz Manashil. This premiered at the Nashville Film Festival, and will be available on VOD this month. The film centers around David Bowie's death in 2016, which causes a rift in time and space. It starts in 2016 with a couple, June and Edward, but Edward falls into a wormhole created by Bowie's passing. Then it jumps to 2040, when Edward suddenly reappears in her life after years of mourning his disappearance. Ann Dowd stars as the older June, with Allison Tolman playing her in 2016. The cast includes Ray Santiago, Jeff Perry, Vella Lovell, Sean Wright, and Christine Weatherup. A strange story for a film, but looks like it has a few good moments. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Liz Manashil's Speed of Life,
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Allison Tolman’s Learning From Her Young ‘Emergence’ Co-Star

On the new show Emergence, Allison Tolman plays a police chief who takes in a young girl, Piper, after she’s the only survivor of a plane crash. Alexa Swinton, who plays Piper, is already an acting veteran, having been on shows like Billions, Manifest, and even Saturday Night Live, and Tolman told us that working [...]

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‘Family (2018)’ Review

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Stars: Taylor Schilling, Kate McKinnon, Bryn Vale, Fabrizio Zacharee Guido, Allison Tolman, Brian Tyree Henry, Matt Walsh, Eric Edelstein, Peter Horton, Jessie Ennis, Karan Kendrick, Juan Gaspard | Written and Directed by Laura Steinel

I was drawn to 2018′s Family initially by the lead-casting of Taylor Schilling, mainly because of how much I liked her throughout the seasons of Orange is the New Black. I also found an appeal in the synopsis, which sounded fresh, interesting and fun. Who doesn’t dig that kind of thing? As for the brief idea here, we follow Kate (Schilling), a Senior V.P who is very focused on her career, but when her estranged brother asks her, last-minute, to babysit her niece Maddie, she reluctantly helps out and see’s her life becomes a chaotic one in the process. Oh, and there’s Juggalo’s too. Yep.

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Emergence Season 1 Episode 1 Review: A Compelling Mystery

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If you're looking for a show to fill your sci-fi void, Emergence is that show. 

At the conclusion of Emergence Season 1 Episode 1, there are enough similarities to make comparisons to shows like Netflix's Stranger Things and NBC's Manifest.

There is a supernatural occurrence involving a plane, a government conspiracy, a young girl with powers that harnesses water and electricity, and a loving and protective mother who gets drawn into the center of the mystery.

But some moments set it apart -- this mystery is more grounded without the flashiness, 1980's nostalgia, gray-areas, or monsters.

Emergence delivers on the promise of providing answers more rapidly than Manifest Season 1 while still leaving plenty to the imagination. 

The pilot episode moves swiftly from scene-to-scene, sometimes making you feel as though you overlooked something. You haven't. 

It also provides enough jumpy moments and backstory to leave you hooked by the end of the hour.
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ABC's Emergence Premiere: Grade It!

If you’ve seen any of the (numerous) commercials for ABC’s Emergence, then you already know the strange event that happened in the town of Southold: “A plane crashed on a beach!”

But, as we learned in Tuesday’s premiere, it’s really what happens after the plane crash that’s even weirder.

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TV Review: ‘Emergence’

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There are fewer “Lost”-alikes nowadays than there used to be: Given how frequently hour-long puzzle-box shows seeking to draft off of the ABC smash’s success were met with utter indifference, the networks, give or take an occasional attempt like NBC’s “Manifest” moved on to attempting to copy the “This Is Us” formula. So it’s actually a bit charming to see “Emergence,” a new network show that puts forward a big supernatural-adjacent mystery expanding outward into potential conspiracy or mysticism. It’s the sort of show that they don’t much make anymore.

Here, Allison Tolman plays a small-town police chief who finds a young girl at the site of a plane accident; this young woman (Alexa Swinton) seems to have no recollection of who she is or how she got there. Tolman’s Jo Evans takes the young girl into her home but quickly finds herself
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