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'S.W.A.T.' Scores Full Season Pickup

CBS today extended the first season of S.W.A.T., ordering seven additional episodes to bring its total up to 20 - good enough to be considered a full season. The move makes S.W.A.T. the network's second rookie drama of the 2017-2018 season to get a full season top-up.
Shemar Moore stars in the Los Angeles-based series, which follows a former Marine tasked with running a specialized tactical unit that acts as the city's last stop in law enforcement. Raised on the streets, he is torn between his loyalty to his roots and his allegiance to his new brothers in blue as he works to bridge the divide between his two worlds.
Premiering earlier this month as a late entry to the fall lineup, S.W.A.T. is off to a decent start through three episodes. While not a ratings standout, it has kept up with its competition in the 10:00pm time slot on Thursday nights.

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CMT Cancels 'Still The King'

It is being reported that Still The King has been cancelled by CMT after two seasons. The summer comedy premiered last year as the cable network's first foray into original scripted programming, which was ultimately short-lived as it will now move to focus on unscripted originals once drama Nashvilleconcludes next year.
The series had a decent run over the course of its two seasons on CMT, though viewership took a hit as time went on. It premiered in 2016 as the cable network's highest-rated debut for an original series with over 4.7 million viewers in Live+3 numbers across a three-network simulcast. Its numbers stayed solid for a time, but began tapering off considerably in Season 2. The show's final episode aired this past August.

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'Nashville' To End After Season 6

CMT announced today that Nashville will conclude its run after its upcoming sixth season. The move to end the show comes after only two seasons on the cable network, which became its new home after being revived from cancellation by its original network ABC in 2016.
While fans will surely be disappointed by the news, many were surprised too see the country drama renewed for a sixth season earlier this year. When lead actress Connie Britton departed the series midway through Season 5, it was speculated that the storylines would likely wind down and conclude shortly thereafter.
The sixth and final season of Nashville will air in 2018 as the last-remaining original scripted series on CMT. Look for a premiere on Thursday January 4 to kick off the show's final 16-episode run, which will be split into two parts.

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'The Brave' In Limbo With No Back Order

NBC released its mid-season schedule today and it's not good news for The Brave. The freshman military drama is nowhere to be found in the line-up, meaning the network did not order any additional episodes for the show's first season.
The hour-long series premiered in September and through eight episodes has been a decent performer in the 10:00pm time slot on Monday nights, though it regularly gets beaten by a substantial margin by The Good Doctor

What today's news means for now is that Season 1 of The Bravewill end after its initial order of 13 episodes is up, with a final decision on a second season to come at a later date. As history goes, however, Season 2 does not appear likely at this point.
Taking The Brave's time slot in the New Year will be new crime drama Good Girls, which premieres on February 26.

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TV Land Cancels 'Lopez'

It is being reported that TV Land has cancelled Lopez after two seasons. The comedy, which is loosely-based on the life of comedian George Lopez, premiered last year and ran for a total of 24 episodes over its two seasons on the air.
The semi-autobiographical half-hour series took an unflinching look at the George Lopez people rarely get to see, as he tries to find his place in the worlds of race, class, and fame.
With the show's cancellation, TV Land has just two original series remaining in its lineup going into 2018: Younger and Teachers - both of which have already been renewed for new seasons. Comedy Nobodies, which started out on TV Land, was recently announced to be moving to the new Paramount Network for its second season.

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Nickelodeon Cancels 'School Of Rock'

It is being reported that School of Rock has been cancelled by Nickelodeon. The move comes midway through the musical comedy's third season, which has so far aired six of its planned 20 episodes.
Based on the 2003 film of the same name, School of Rockfollows a struggling rock musician who becomes a substitute teacher, only to end up inspiring the musical talents of his prep students and helping them start a band.
While the show is coming to an end, it had a solid run on the cable network. Ratings were healthy, if not outstanding, and it garnered multiple Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Children's Program.
New episodes resume airing this Saturday, November 18. With 12 episodes still remaining, the series finale - which is planned to be a full hour - won't take place until sometime in 2018.

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Nickelodeon Cancels 'Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn'

It is being reported that Nickelodeon has cancelled Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn. The move comes ahead of the kids comedy's already-produced fourth season, though it was not completely unexpected.
Back in August, the show lost one of its key cast members when Mace Coronel, who plays Dicky, left the series under a reported, but suspect, mutual agreement. Given that one of the main quadruplets would be missing going forward, questions arose as to whether the network would try to work around the departure or cut its losses. With the show already running longer that most others on Nickelodeon, they opted for the latter.
With filming on Season 4 already wrapped, fans will still get one complete final season. Look for a premiere in early 2018.

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'You're The Worst' Renewed For Final Fifth Season

FXX announced today that You're The Worst has been renewed for a fifth and final season. The veteran comedy has enjoyed a successful run on the cable network, with each season garnering acclaim from both critics and audiences alike. The decision to end the show was reportedly mutual between FXX and creator Stephen Falk.
A romantic comedy of sorts, You're The Worst follows a brash, self-involved writer who has fallen in love with a cynical, self-destructive public relations executive. Against their better judgement they attempt a relationship despite their toxic personalities. An inevitable series of ups and downs ensues, though no matter the situation, the two can't fight that they appear destined to be together.
Season 4 concludes tonight with back-to-back episodes. Look for Season 5 to premiere in the summer or fall of 2018.

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'StartUp' Renewed For Season 3

Crackle announced today that StartUp has been renewed for a third season. One of the online service's three original dramas, the series has garnered mixed reviews from critics but has developed a core fanbase who enjoy its engaging storytelling and the performances of its cast, which includes Martin Freeman, Adam Brody, and Ron Perlman.
Set in Miami, StartUp follows an unlikely trio of a banker, a gangster, and a hacker who work together to launch an unregulated digital currency that ignites a deadly tech war. Through its 20 episodes to-date, the show ranks as Crackle's most-popular entry, drawing healthy viewership both locally and internationally.
Look for Season 3 of StartUp to premiere in 2018 for another 10-episode run.

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'Masters Of Illusion' Renewed For 2018

The CW announced today that Masters of Illusion has been renewed for another season in 2018. The variety show was revived from syndication by the network in 2014 and has now become a fixture in their summer programming lineup.
Hosted by Dean Cain, Masters of Illusion features magnificent acts of magic and comedy performed by cutting-edge escape artists and illusionists. Each act puts their skills on display in front of a live audience, performing grand-scale illusions, great escapes, and sleight-of-hand routines that mystify the mind.
Look for Masters of Illusion to return in summer 2018 for what will be its fifth season on The CW.

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'Penn & Teller: Fool Us' Renewed For Season 5

The CW announced today that Penn & Teller: Fool Us has been renewed for a fifth season. The British-acquired magic act reality show, which stars comedic magicians Penn & Teller, originated out of the UK but was cancelled by its original network ITV after just one season.

Penn & Teller: Fool Us is an hour-long magic competition hosted by famed Las Vegas entertainers Penn & Teller. Episodes feature up-and-coming magicians who are invited to perform their best trick in front of a live audience, and the legendary duo try their best to figure out just how the trick was executed. If they are fooled successfully, the magician who performed the act is invited to join Penn & Teller on stage at their show in the Rio Hotel and Casino.

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Hulu Cancels 'Difficult People'

It is being reported that Hulu has cancelled Difficult People after three seasons. The news comes two months after the comedy's third-season finale, and brings to an end one of the streaming service's longest-running and best-reviewed original series.
Created by and starring Julie Klausner, Difficult People followed two best friends and aspiring comedians, played by Klauser and Billy Eichner, living in New York City. Hating everybody but each other, their irreverent antics land them in some very awkward situations.
The cancellation of Difficult People leaves just two comedies in Hulu's current line-up: Casual - which has already been renewed for a fourth and final season, and Future Man - which premiered today.

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'9JKL' Receives A Small Top-Up

The freshman season of 9JKL just got a bit longer, with CBS today adding three additional episodes to the comedy's initial 13-episode order. While more episodes is good news in the short-term, the small top-up does fall short of a full season order, raising questions about the show's future.

The future of 9JKL is ultimately up in the air for now. A second season could still happen but its likelihood appears to be on the low side, perhaps depending on its performance over the remainder of the season.

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American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace

it’s underlined how perfectly cast Edgar Ramirez is as the title character, Penelope Cruz as Gianni’s sister Donatella Versace, Darren Criss as serial killer Andrew Cunanan and Ricky Martin as Gianni Versace’s partner Antonio D’Amico. FX has revealed the premiere date for the the latest installment of the network’s anthology series is Jan-17-2018, it looks like show creator Ryan Murphy and company are truly digging to the advantages of filming a story within the fashion world. There’s plenty of ’90s pastels and luxurious estates to help keep this true crime saga full of energy.

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'Kevin (Probably) Saves The World' Earns 3 More Episodes

ABC has reportedly ordered three additional episodes for the first season of Kevin (Probably) Saves the World. The freshman drama premiered last month and is six episodes into its run.

While the three-episode pickup does extend the show's season, the small number raises questions about the show's future. On one hand, the total number of episodes falls short of a full season order - something typically required for a show to return for another season. But on the other hand, ABC's top new drama The Good Doctor, only received five extra episodes for its first season and is considered a shoo-in for a renewal.
For now it appears the network is taking a wait-and-see approach to Kevin (Probably) Saves the World, with its future likely-dependent on how it performs for the remainder of the season.

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