USA network cancels summer series “Graceland,” after three seasons.
Series creator shared the cancellation news via Twitter:
Just got the word, there will be no more #GracelandTV. Thank you to the best cast, crew and fans in television.
Despite the number of tweets and ratings the show has been cancelled. I was actually looking forward to the fourth season. The network should renew the show for a shorter season to wrap the series.
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NBC has cancelled “Hannibal.”
The peacock revealed Monday, the series has been cancelled after three seasons. The series is currently airing its third and final season.
“NBC has allowed us to craft a television series that no other broadcast network would have dared, and kept us on the air for three seasons despite Cancellation Bear Chow ratings and images that would have shredded the eyeballs of lesser Standards & Practices enforcers,” Fuller said in a statement. “[NBC president] Jen Salke and her team have been fantastic partners and creatively supportive beyond measure.
“Hannibal” is finishing his last course at NBC’s table this summer,” Fuller added, “but a hungry cannibal can always dine again. And personally, I look forward to my next meal with NBC.”
NBC also released a statement:
“We have been tremendously proud of ‘Hannibal’ over its three seasons,” the network announced in a statement. “Bryan and his team of writers and producers, as well as our incredible actors, have brought a visual palette of storytelling that has been second to none in all of television — broadcast or cable. We thank Gaumont and everyone involved in the show for their tireless efforts that have made ‘Hannibal’ an incredible experience for audiences around the world.”
The drama series will wrap up its season 3 run by late August. “Hannibal” airs 10/9c on NBC.
ABC no longer longs for “Revenge.”
The dramatic tales of the Hampton which follows Emily Clarke’s (Emily VanCamp) thirst for revenge against those who destroyed her father is coming to an end, EW reports.
Sunil Nayar said in a statement, “We can officially tell our fans that this will be the end of the story. … We’ve been talking to the network and we all just wanted to make sure that we felt very confident.”
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Downton Abbey is closing its doors.
The British drama series which depicts the life of the Crawley family and its servants is coming to an end.
“Millions of people around the world have followed the journey of the Crawley family and those who serve them for the last five years. Inevitably there comes a time when all shows should end and ‘Downton’ is no exception,” Carnival’s Managing Director and Executive Producer of “Downton Abbey,” Gareth Neame, said. “We wanted to close the doors of ‘Downton Abbey’ when it felt right and natural for the storylines to come together and when the show was still being enjoyed so much by its fans. We can promise a final season full of all the usual drama and intrigue, but with the added excitement of discovering how and where they all end up…”
Show creator Julian Fellowes added: “The ‘Downton’ journey has been amazing for everyone aboard. People ask if we knew what was going to happen when we started to make the first series and the answer is that, of course we had no idea. Exactly why the series had such an impact and reached so many people around the world, all nationalities, all ages, all types, I cannot begin to explain. But I do know how grateful we are to have been allowed this unique experience.I suspect the show will always be a principal marker in most of our careers as we set out from here, and if so, I consider that a blessing and a compliment.”
Downton Abbey fial season will air January 2016 on PBS.
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HBO cancels “Looking” after two seasons.
TVLine reports the comedy series has been cancelled.
“After two years of following Patrick and his tight-knit group of friends as they explored San Francisco in search of love and lasting relationships, HBO will present the final chapter of their journey as a special,” the network said in a statement Wednesday. “We look forward to sharing this adventure with the shows loyal fans.”
The network reports the series will be wrapped up with a special comedy.
“White Collar” has been renewed for a shorter sixth season, according to Deadline.
The crime series starring Matt Bomer as Neal Caffrey, a con artist-turned FBI informant and Tim DeKay, as Cafffrey’s handler has been picked up for a sixth season of six episodes, the site reports.
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Comedy series “Raising Hope” has been cancelled. FOX has cancelled the series after four seasons. The sitcom will wrap with an hour-long finale on April 4.
“On behalf of myself, Greg Garcia and “Raising Hope‘s” amazing cast and crew, I would like to thank our audience for tuning in and supporting us over the last four seasons,” executive producer Mike Mariano said in a statement. “We planned our Season 4 finale with this possibility in mind, and hope our loyal fans enjoy the way we’ve chosen to say goodbye to the Chances and to Natesville. Thanks again, and we’ll see you in syndication.”
“Getting to know and love the Chance family on “Raising Hope” has been a sweet, hilarious ride,” added Fox chief Kevin Reilly in a statement. “Thanks to the incredibly talented cast – along with Greg, Mike and the entire crew – for making us laugh for four fantastic seasons.”
“Raising Hope” stars Martha Plimpton, Cloris Leachman, Garret Dillahunt, Lucas Neff, Shannon Woodward and Gregg Binkley.
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Syfy cancels “Being Human” after four seasons, the network revealed Tuesday. The series finale is set to air April 7.
“Showrunner Anna Fricke and the talented producers, writers, cast and crew have done an amazing job bringing this show to life over the past four seasons and we sincerely thank them and the series’ production company Muse Entertainment for their hard work,” the network announced in a statement. “They’ve saved the best for last with the final six episodes that revisit the story’s beginning, leading to a not-to-be-missed send-off for Aidan, Sally, Josh and Nora.”
The cast shares what they will miss below, watch the video.
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ABC Family cancels “Ravenswood” after one season. The network revealed Saturday, it has decided to cancel the “Pretty Little Liars” spin-off series.
Mark your calendars: Netflix will release the second season of “Orange is the New Black” on Friday, June 6.
Bethenny Frankel’s syndicated talk-show “Bethenny” has been pulled halfway through its first season.
Watch the trailer of Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful.”
Lifetime announced drama series “Drop Dead Diva” has been cancelled.
Bazinga! Jim Parson will host “Saturday Night Live” on Saturday, March 1, when the sketch series returns from hiatus. This will be “The Big Bang Theory” star debut on “SNL.”
Patrick Fabian is joining “Grey’s Anatomy.” The actor will recur as a pediatric surgeon who arrives to help Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. TVGuide
Hugh Jackman has been tapped to host Tony Awards for the fourth time, live on Sunday, June 8.
John Leguizamo will guest-star on “The Good Wife” as the new Cook County State’s Attorney. The “EW” star’s character, is described as a well-liked leader intent on making the State’s Attorney’s office fair for everybody. E! Online