NBC halts production on “Sean Saves the World.” The peacock network has decided to cancel the freshman comedy series.
The 66th Primetime Emmys is scheduled to air on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014 live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on NBC
Oxygen renews “Preachers of L.A.” for a second season.
John Boyega has been tapped to recur in “24: Live Another Day.” Boyega will play a computer tech who flies drones for the military. In addition, Stephen Fry was recently cast to play the British Prime Minister on “24: Live Another Day.”
NBC has ordered two additional episodes of ‘Chicago P.D.”
Michael Pitt has been tapped to recur as Mason Verger on “Hannibal.” The “Boardwalk Empire” alumni will portray an unstable wealthy patient of Dr. Hannibal Lecter who begins a dangerous cat-and-mouse game with the deadly serial killer.
Cinemax has ordered a third season of “Banshee.” The network announced Thursday, the upcoming season 3 for a 2015 premiere.
“Haven” has been renewed for a fifth season of 26 episodes. The season will be split 13 episodes this fall, and the remaining 13 in 2015.
Lori Petty will guest star on the second season of “Orange Is the New Black.” The actress’ character details are being kept under warps.
“Sleepy Hollow” promotes John Noble and Lyndie Greenwood to series regulars ahead of season 2.
Bravo renews “Top Chef” for a 12th season, which is expected to debut this Fall.
The cast of the All-Star season of “The Amazing Race” has been announced.
CBS announced today, eleven previous cast-mates of the “Race” will return for a race around the World and a chance to win the $1 million prize.
This upcoming 24th season will feature memorable duos like: The Globetrotters, The Cowboys, Dave & Connor, Brendon & Rachel, and more.
Read the cast list below:
- “The Afghanimals”: Cousins Leo Temory & Jamal Zadran — 4th place on Season 23
- “Brenchel”: “Big Brother” couple Brendon Villegas and Rachel Reilly — 3rd place on Season 20
- “Twinnies”: Natalie Anderson & Nadiya Anderson — 4th place on Season 21
- “The Cowboys”: Brothers Cord & Jet McCoy — 2nd place on Season 16; 6th place on Season 18
- “The Globetrotters”: Nate “Big Easy” Lofton & Herbert Lang — 4th place on Season 15; 2nd place on Season 18
- Margie O’Donnell & Luke Adams — 3rd place on Season 14; 8th place on Season 18
- Joseph “Joey” Graceffa & Meghan Caramena — 5th place on Season 22
- Friends William “Bopper” Minton & Mark Jackson — 5th place on Season 20
- “The Country Singers”: Jennifer Wayne & Caroline Cutbirth — 4th place on Season 22.
- David O’Leary & Connor O’Leary — 8th place on Season 22
- John Erck & Jessica Hoel — 9th place on Season 22
“The Amazing Race” new season debuts Sunday, Feb. 23 at 8/9c P.M., with Phil Keoghan returning as host.
FOX’s crime procedural “Bones” is likely to be renewed for a tenth season, Fox chairman Kevin Reilly said at the Television Critics Association press tour. “We’re negotiating on “Bones” for another season I anticipate it will be back,” Reilly said.
Michelle Forbes is heading to “Orphan Black” in a multiple episode arc. Forbes, who recently appeared on “Chicago Fire,” will play Marian Bowles,” a powerful new player at the Dyad Institute with a birds-eye view on the war between Sarah and Rachel.” [TVLine]
Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s variety show, “HITRECORD On TV” has been renewed for a second season ahead of the series debut.
HBO has released a trailer of ‘Game of Thrones’ forthcoming fourth season. Before the season premiere read all about the new characters here.
Netflix renews “Lilyhammer” for a third season.
“Glee” set is moving to “New York.” [EW]
Jack Bauer’s “24 Live Another Day” premieres May 5 on FOX. If you can’t wait for the show, get some spoilers here.
The Queen will be back for another season.
Queen Latifah daytime show has been picked up for a second season by CBS-owned TV stations, CBS announced Monday.
“We are proud to have the CBS stations as our partners as we continue to build the “Queen Latifah” show into a franchise brand,” said John Weiser, Sony Pictures TV’s president of U.S. distribution. “We look forward to building on the success of this year’s No. 1 new talk show by delivering the highest quality program to our stations, advertisers and viewers.”
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Tia and Tamera Mowry’s reality show is coming to an end.
The reality stars revealed they are ending their Style titular reality show “Tia & Tamera” after three seasons, according to TV Guide.
“We are truly blessed:) More than anything I wanted you all to see who I was TRULY as a person and the show Tia and Tamera has done that,” Tamera tweeted on New Year’s Eve. “Thank you for always supporting us throughout the years.”
The Real co-host added: “Tia n I decided it was time 2 live r family lives behind the cameras:)”
Will you miss “Tia and Tamera?”
“Duck Dynasty’s” Phil Robertson suspension has been lifted. A&E announced Friday, the reality star will return to the series, when production begins in Spring.
Robertson was briefly put on “indefinite hiatus” earlier this month following anti-gay comments in a GQ interview, where he made remarks comparing gays to “drunks,” “terrorists” and “prostitutes.” Robertson also stated homosexuality is a sin comparable to bestiality.
A&E statement is as follows:
While Phil’s comments made in the interview reflect his personal views based on his own beliefs, and his own personal journey, he and his family have publicly stated they regret the “coarse language” he used and the mis-interpretation of his core beliefs based only on the article. He also made it clear he would “never incite or encourage hate.” We at A+E Networks expressed our disappointment with his statements in the article, and reiterate that they are not views we hold. But “Duck Dynasty” is not a show about one man’s views. It resonates with a large audience because it is a show about family… a family that America has come to love. As you might have seen in many episodes, they come together to reflect and pray for unity, tolerance and forgiveness. These are three values that we at A+E Networks also feel strongly about.
Fox picks up a second season of “MasterChef Junior.”
The network revealed Thursday, the reality series following young MasterChef hopefuls will return for a sophomore season.
“”MasterChef Junior” is one of the few shows on television that the entire family can truly enjoy together,” said Fox Chairman Kevin Reilly. “I can’t wait to see what Gordon, Joe, Graham and the next round of rambunctious, ridiculously talented junior chefs cook up in Season 2.”
The series first season average 5.1 million total viewers and ranking No. 1 in its Friday 8 p.m. time period among adults 18-49, adults 18-34 and teens.
A&E suspends Phil Robertson, star of “Duck Dynasty” following anti-gay comments in GQ. [TV Guide]
“We are extremely disappointed to have read Phil Robertson’s comments in GQ, which are based on his own personal beliefs and are not reflected in the series Duck Dynasty, the network group said in a statement just now. ”His personal views in no way reflect those of A+E Networks, who have always been strong supporters and champions of the LGBT community. The network has placed Phil under hiatus from filming indefinitely.”
Bravo orders “The People’s Couch” to series. [Variety]
Linda Cardellini joins “New Girl” in a recurring role as Abby, Jess’ (Zooey Deschanel) sister. [TVLine]
NBC orders 12-hour miniseries “Bible” follow up miniseries “A.D.”
“The Voice” will return for season 6 on Monday, Feb. 24, with Shakira and Usher rejoining Adam Levine and Blake Shelton as coaches.
Disney star, Demi Lovato confirms she is leaving ‘X Factor.”
Lovato, who has appeared on the singing competition show for two seasons has decided to move on, and focus on her singing career, Simon Cowell shared with The Hollywood Reporter.
“I always knew she wasn’t coming back because she’s touring, so I knew that,” Cowell said.
Lovato will exit the series in order to pursue her music career, with an upcoming tour beginning in February.
“I started the show being a singer and a musician, and so I’m going to go back to that,” Lovato told The Hollywood Reporter. . “It’s been really great, but I’m so excited for 2014. I’m going to dedicate it completely and entirely to music – touring and making a new album. Possibly releasing one.”
Will you miss Demi Lovato on “The X Factor?”
“The X Factor” season finale airs Thursday at 8 p.m. on Fox.