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‘Shadowhunters’ Producer Updates On Future As #SaveShadowhunters Campaign Goes Global

EXCLUSIVE, update with further details: While it may not be the confirmation Shadowhunters fans are hoping for just yet, producer Martin Moszkowicz tells Deadline discussions are ongoing as to “how we can continue to bring Cassandra Clare's vision to television.” The series is currently due to end after its 3rd season on Freeform in the U.S. and Netflix internationally with two extra episodes ordered to act as a finale and wrap the story. The expanded 12-episode final… Read


Hugh Hewitt Announces End Of MSNBC Show

Conservative commentator Hugh Hewitt announced the end of his self-titled MSNBC show Saturday at the end of the broadcast. “It’s been great fun to bring interviews with high-profile newsmakers to you and I will do more of it, which brings me to an important programming note,” he announced. “This has been the last Hugh Hewitt Show on MSNBC on Saturday mornings.” Hewitt will remain on board as a contributor to Meet the Press. He promised that he would conduct more… Read


‘Champions’ Canceled By NBC After One Season, May Explore Future Elsewhere

NBC has made a final decision on Champions, opting not to renew the freshman comedy for a second season. The call came down to the wire, with the options on the cast expiring this weekend. I hear there had been discussions with Netflix about picking up the series. The streaming giant has international rights to Champions. I’d heard that the Netflix pact stemmed from the close relationship between Champions co-creator/co-star Mindy Kaling and Netflix’s Bela Bajaria, who… Read


‘Six’ Cast Reacts To Ax: “What A Ride!”, Says Barry Sloane

Refresh for updates Barry Sloane, Dominic Adams, Kyle Schmid, Edwin Hodge and Jaylen Moore reacted as quickly as a SEAL team to Deadline’s exclusive report that their show Six will not be back for a third season on History. “What a ride!,” tweeted Sloane. “Sorry to say that @SixonHistory will not be back for a season 3. To all our amazing fans THANKS YOU.” Tweeted Adams, “Playing Michael Nasry has been a deeply challenging and important role for me. I thank all of the… Read


‘Famous In Love’ Canceled By Freeform After 2 Seasons

UPDATED: The last-ditch fan effort to save Famous In Love led by executive producer I. Marlene King has come up short.  Freeform has opted not to order a third season of the drama series starring Bella Thorne. The May 30 Season 2 finale served as the series finale. "We are proud to have had the opportunity to air Famous In Love,” the network said in a statement. After many discussions we have made the difficult decision not to renew the show for a third season. We want to… Read


‘Six’ Canceled By History After 2 Seasons

EXCLUSIVE: History has opted not to order a third season of its Navy SEAL drama series Six. The decision comes with four more episodes left to air from the 10-episode second season. They will run as scheduled. I hear the timing of the decision was tied to the cast options expiring at the end of this week. Six was a breakout for History when it debuted in early 2017, drawing strong ratings and earning a Season 2 renewal ahead of its Season 1 finale for a 10-episode second… Read


‘Ghosted’ Canceled By Fox After 1 Season


It’s official: Fox will have a clean live-action comedy slate next season with no returning series. The network has formally canceled Ghosted, its last remaining series that was still awaiting word on renewal. Ghosted‘s cancellation had been considered a foregone conclusion but Fox postponed the decision until after the comedy returned for the remainder of its freshman season earlier this month. With the options on the cast expiring this coming weekend, the network was… Read


‘The Opposition’ To End As Comedy Central Orders New Jordan Klepper Weekly Series

EXCLUSIVE: Comedy Central’s daily late-night program The Opposition with Jordan Klepper will end its run after one season but Klepper is staying on the network with a new weekly half-hour series. Tentatively titled Klepper, it will feature the comedian out in the field, traveling the country and speaking to people. The Opposition‘s last episode will air on June 28. Klepper just shared the news with the show’s staff. Development on the new show will start right after, with… Read


Roseanne Barr Submitted For Emmys Before ABC Canceled Hit Sitcom

Roseanne Barr

The chances of Roseanne Barr winning an Emmy this year or even getting a nomination are slim, but the racist-tweeting star of ABC’s canceled sitcom Roseanne is still on the ballot. Turns out that producers Carsey-Werner submitted Barr's name for the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series category in early May. The submission came weeks before the TV Academy deadline and before the online tirade by Barr that led to the implosion of the much-watched revival. That… Read


TBS Cancels ‘People Of Earth’ After All, Creator Says

People Of Earth

TBS has opted not give a third-season renewal to its summer series People of Earth, the network’s supernatural-tinged comedy. Creator David Jenkins tipped the news last night on Twitter, and the move comes after the network had initially renewed it in the fall along with fellow summer series Wrecked and The Guest Book. Jenkins told fans that Season 3 of the single-camera comedy, from Conan O'Brien's Conaco and Warner Horizon Television, had already been written. The… Read


‘Roseanne’ Cancellation Haunts ABC In Ill-Timed ‘Emmy’ Magazine Print Feature

Roseanne may have been canceled by ABC just over a week ago after its star let loose online with racist tweets, but this week TV Academy members are receiving magazines in the mail that are playing catch-up with the still-smoldering fiasco. “Shortly before this issue was to be mailed, ABC canceled Roseanne," says a note from the TV Academy that was included with the latest copy of Emmy Magazine. "This issue includes a brief reference to the show in a profile of ABC… Read


‘Shadowhunters’ Cancellation Was “Purely Economic,” Freeform Exec Says

A day after word came down that Shadowhunters would end its three-season run on Freeform in 2019, the network’s head of programming insisted that executives were “very happy creatively” with the show. The decision to cancel the series was “purely economic,” said Karey Burke, EVP, Programming and Development, during a media luncheon held today in New York by the Disney-owned network. One key element, Burke explained, was the overall strategic shift at Freeform toward… Read