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USA Cancels 'Sirens' After Two Seasons
Sirens (2014)
  USA has canceled Sirens after two seasons. The project marked the cable network's first foray into scripted half-hour comedy.

From Fox 21, Sirens was produced by Denis Leary and Bob Fisher and centered on a close group of EMTs in Chicago. The series starred Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels, Kevin Bigley and Jessica McNamee.

The decision to cancel Sirens should come as little surprise given USA's renewed focus on drama. The NBCUniversal-owned...
Sarah Paulson Returning for 'American Horror Story: Hotel'
American Horror Story
  Sarah Paulson is going to be all over FX next year.

The actress has booked her return to anthology American Horror Story, showrunner Ryan Murphy announced Monday.

"Sarah Paulson is checking into "Hotel." And this season, she's the baddest bad girl of them all. #AHSSeason5," Murphy tweeted.

Paulson has been a mainstay on American Horror Story since she had a bit role in season one. She has starred in three of its first four...
'Teen Wolf' Season 5 Promo: New Villains Arrive as "the Rules Have Changed"
Teen Wolf
  Teen Wolf fans are getting a glimpse at its upcoming season.

The MTV drama series' first season-five promo debuted during Sunday's MTV Movie Awards, offering a fleeting look at the show's new villains.

The ad features the words "The doctors will see you now," as footage shows someone getting an injection.

Following quick clips of the show's stars, a voiceover of Dr. Deaton (Seth Gilliam) can be heard saying, "The rules...
'Revolution' to Be Resurrected Online
Revolution (2012)
  A year after it was axed, Revolution fans finally will get closure.

A new digital comic book from DC Comics will be released in May to give resolution to the drama's story lines that were left open-ended, Warner Bros. Television announced Wednesday. Warner Bros. Television produced the series, which NBC axed in May 2014 after a two-year run.

Following passionate fan efforts to bring the series back, Revolution's writing staff reassembled...
MTV's 'Eye Candy' Canceled
Eye Candy
  MTV's freshman drama Eye Candy is one and done.

Leading lady Victoria Justice made the announcement Saturday via Twitter that the freshman drama has been canceled. An MTV representative also confirmed that Eye Candy will not be returning.

"Eye Candy will not be returning for season two," she wrote in an extended post. "Even though a lot of you are going to feel sad/angry, please know that playing Lindy Sampson, is something that I loved...
ABC Family's 'The Fosters' Renewed for Third Season
The Fosters (2013)
  ABC Family is continuing to set its course under new development head Karey Burke.

The Disney-owned cable network has renewed scripted drama The Fosters for a third season and adding unscripted entry Job or No Job.

During its summer run, The Fosters averaged 2.6 million total viewers and 1.3 million the key advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic when factoring in seven days of delayed viewing. The show ranked as the No. 1 scripted cable TV series in...
'American Horror Story': Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson Check Into 'Hotel'
American Horror Story
  Star Jessica Lange also confirmed that she will not return to the FX anthology.

After revealing that Michael Chiklis would star in American Horror Story: Freak Show at PaleyFest last year, the FX anthology used its annual appearance at the festival to announce the male leads in season five's Hotel.

Frequent Ryan Murphy collaborators Matt Bomer and Cheyenne Jackson have joined the cast of American Horror Story: Hotel, it was revealed Sunday at the closing...
ITV Orders Season 4 of 'Mr. Selfridge' With Jeremy Piven
Mr. Selfridge
  The new season will bring back established characters and feature a major new one played by 'Line of Duty's' Sacha Dhawan.

ITV has ordered a fourth season of period drama Mr. Selfridge, starring Jeremy Piven as department store magnate Harry Selfridge.

The U.K. TV giant said it has commissioned 10 new episodes of the ITV Studios series, which in the U.S. airs on PBS.

Piven will return as will Katherine Kelly (Coronation Street) as socialite...
The Musketeers renewed for series 3
The Musketeers
  The BBC has ordered a third series of Adrian Hodges The Musketeers, which is due to start filming in April 2015...

The Musketeers, as our series two reviews show, has been going from strength to strength (despite a messy Friday night schedule for these past few weeks due to football, and now rugby).

It may have lost Peter Capaldi to Doctor Who, but Marc Warren's villainous Rochefort is beginning to fill those antagonist shoes nicely. The rest of the cast...
AMC's 'Walking Dead' Prequel Lands Two-Season Order
The Walking Dead
  Giving creator Robert Kirkman three scripted shows and four overall on cable.

It's official: AMC is moving forward with its Walking Dead companion series in a major way.

The top-secret drama, which went through the pilot process with the title of Cobalt (and Fear the Walking Dead), will join the flagship series on the network as the cabler continues to focus on scripted fare. In addition to ordering the pilot to series, AMC has preemptively renewed the...
BBC Renews Gillian Anderson-Jamie Dornan Thriller 'The Fall' for Season 3
The Fall
  BBC Two's The Fall is getting a third season.

The psychological thriller, created, written and directed by Allan Cubitt, will pick up after season two's cliff-hanger with another five-episode season. Stars Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan will return as Superintendent Stella Gibson and serial killer Paul Spector, respectively.

The new installment has been commissioned by BBC Two controller Kim Shillinglaw and BBC drama controller Ben Stephenson, with...
Syfy's '12 Monkeys' Renewed for Season 2 With New Showrunners
12 Monkeys
  Showrunner Natalie Chaidez will exit for the network's 'Hunters.'

The network has handed out a second-season renewal for the drama based on the movie of the same name, but series showrunner Natalie Chaidez will step down. The prolific producer will segue from the breakout series to showrun Syfy's upcoming Gale Anne Hurd drama Hunters, which she wrote. 12 Monkeys executive producers Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett (Nikita) — who created the Syfy show — will take over as...
Premiere Date Set for Aquarius & Others
  NBC Sets Summer Schedule

With a mix of scripted ('Hannibal,' 'Aquarius') and reality ('American Ninja Warrior,' 'America's Got Talent').

NBC has formalized its summer schedule.

The network, which last season relied heavily upon unscripted and inexpensive scripted comedies, is changing its strategy a bit.

This summer, the network will look to the third season of Hannibal and freshman period drama Aquarius to pair with reality...
Trailer: The Returned (New TV series)
Resurrection (US)
  A&E has released another trailer for its’ upcoming supernatural drama The Returned.

The Returned is a remake of the French series Les Revenants. The series debuted on 26 November 2012 on Canal+ and won an International Emmy for Best Drama Series in 2013. According to the producers of the A&E adaptation, the new show will diverge from its source material somewhere around episode six. However, when looking at the two trailers that have been released until now it seems...
Cinemax's 'Banshee' Renewed for Fourth Season
  Cinemax is wasting little time in renewing one of its most-well-known series.

The HBO sibling has picked up Banshee for a fourth season, the cable network announced Thursday.

Unlike previous seasons, the fourth cycle will only consist of eight episodes — down two from its first three runs. The drama from exec producers Alan Ball and Greg Yaitanes will return in 2016.

The news comes as Banshee, starring Antony Starr, is midway through its...
TNT's 'The Librarians' Renewed for Second Season
The Librarians
  The drama, spun off from the TV movie, will return for a second round of 10 episodes later this year.

The Turner-owned cable network has renewed the fantasy drama series for a second round of 10 episodes, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The drama, spun off from the cabler's record-breaking TV movie of the same name, debuted in December with an average 5.4 million viewers tuning in to the two-hour broadcast. That topped TNT's summer rookie The Last...
ABC Family's 'Melissa & Joey' Canceled
Melissa and Joey
  The comedy will not return for a fifth season as the network courts older viewers amid a potential rebranding.

ABC Family is saying farewell to one of its comedies.

Melissa & Joey, starring Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence, has been canceled after four seasons, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

The comedy, which recently topped the key 100-episode milestone required for syndication, had been a standout performer in its third season,...
HBO's 'Getting On' Renewed for Third and Final Season
Getting On (US)
  The Alex Borstein comedy will be back for six more episodes.

HBO is giving hospital comedy Getting On a final run.

The premium-cable network has renewed the Alex Borstein comedy for a third and final season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The show's third season — like its first two — will consist of six episodes.

Based on the British series of the same name, Getting On centers on the doctors and nurses who comprise a women's geriatric...
IFC's 'Portlandia' Renewed for Two Additional Seasons
  The Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen comedy will run through seasons six and seven in 2016 and 2017.

IFC is putting down roots in Portland.

For the second time in its run, the cable network has handed out a two-season renewal for cult comedy hit Portlandia.

The renewal for the Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen vehicle takes the Lorne Michaels-produced series through its sixth and seventh seasons in 2016 and 2017, respectively. Each season...
Jennifer Esposito Boards ABC's 'Mistresses' as Series Regular
Mistresses (US)
  ABC's Mistresses is adding a new character to its twisted family

Following news of star Alyssa Milano's departure, Blue Bloods alum Jennifer Esposito has joined the ABC summer drama as a new series regular, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Esposito will play Calista Raines, an uber-fabulous and larger-than-life woman with a wicked sense of humor and style. Calista is the creative director of a luxury fashion brand and has the high-class socialite...
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