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.
It sure is going to be one twisty summer!
CBS announced Wednesday, the exciting new twist for the upcoming season of “Big Brother” and it is called “BB Takeover.”
According to CBS statement, the new twist will feature:
“Weekly surprise guests who will unleash new twists into the game each and every week. This summer’s “BB Takeover” twist will feature a surprise guest each week who will appear on the show to announce a new twist into the game. Expecting the unexpected will be taken to new heights as Houseguests attempt to stay in the game amid the ever-changing twists that shake up life inside the house on a weekly basis. A special guest will appear on each night of the two-night premiere and reveal twists that could affect the cast and viewers.
“Big Brother” debuts on Wednesday, June 24 at 8 pm and on Thursday, June 25 at 8 pm. Following the premiere, Sunday broadcasts debut June 28 at 8 pm, and the first live eviction will air on Thursday, July 2 at 9 pm.
If you have not watched the April 23 episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” ‘How to Save a Life’ stop reading.
Rest in Peace Derek Shepard.
I could not bring myself to write this article about the recent death on “Grey’s Anatomy,” which killed off a main character Derek Shepard, McDreamy himself.
“It’s been a remarkable ride,” the Patrick Dempsey told TVLine. “The worldwide impact has been extraordinary. It is incredible how devoted and passionate the fans are and I will forever be grateful and humbled by the experience.”
Series creator Shonda Rhimes also released a statement:
Derek Shepherd is and will always be an incredibly important character — for Meredith, for me and for the fans. I absolutely never imagined saying goodbye to our ‘McDreamy.’ Patrick Dempsey’s performance shaped Derek in a way that I know we both hope became a meaningful example — happy, sad, romantic, painful and always true — of what young women should demand from modern love. His loss will be felt by all. Now, Meredith and the entire ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ family are about to enter uncharted territory as we head into this new chapter of her life. The possibilities for what may come are endless. As Ellis Grey would say: the carousel never stops turning.
He was a husband to many, not only Meredith. R.I.P., McDreamy.
History hit series “Vikings” has been picked up for a fourth season, the network revealed Thursday.
“’Vikings’ has raided the hearts of both audiences and critics, establishing itself as one of the most compelling, visually stunning dramas on television,” History GM Dirk Hoogstra said in a statement. “We are so proud of our immensely talented cast and crew led by [series creator] Michael Hirst, whose intriguing storylines and pivotal arcs have the perfect balance of scope, smarts and bloodshed to keep our loyal fans watching and wanting more.”
‘Vikings” airs Thursday at 9/8c on History.
Fan favorite Cookie from “Empire” is heading to Studio 8H.
Taraji P. Henson, the “Empire” actress will take hosting reigns on April 11 with second-time musical guest Mumford & Sons, “Saturday Night Live” announced Thursday. The installation will mark Henson’s debut on “SNL.”
Also making her “SNL” debut is Carly Rae Jepsen. The singer will her musical guest debut on the April 4th, with “Birdman” Michael Keaton returning as a third time host.
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.
Will you miss the series?
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.
Chloe Sevigny is checking in to the “‘AHS: Hotel.”
Creator Ryan Murphy announced via his Twitter account, “Very excited to announce that Chloe Sevigny returns to the ‘AHS’ family as a series regular on “AHS: Hotel.””
Sevigny joins Lady Gaga, Matthew Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson and Wes Bentley as a series regular on the series.
Are you excited about this casting news?
There will be more Headless Huntmen hunting “Sleepy Hollow.”
FOX announced Wednesday, the thriller series has been renewed for a thrid season of 18-episodes under new showrunner Clifton Campbell (“The Glades” creator).
“‘Sleepy Hollow’ is truly inventive television,” said David Madden, Fox entertainment president. “The talented producers – led by Alex, Bob, Len and Heather – along with the brilliant cast, anchored by Nicole and Tom, have created a fantastic world that brings ‘history’ to life with compelling and vibrant storytelling.”
Adding: “I had the pleasure of working with Clifton on both ‘The Glades’ and ‘White Collar.’ He is an excellent producer, and we can’t wait to see what this team has in store for Season 3.”
Are you excited about the series pickup?
Jessica Lange, who appeared on four seasons of the FX’s anthology “American Horror Story” series is leaving the show.
“Yes, I’m done,” the Emmy winner actress announced Monday at Paleyfest Panel.
“We’ve had a great run here. I have absolutely loved doing these four characters that I’ve had the opportunity to play, and in all madness, I love the writers and Ryan and the insanity of shooting it,” Lange added.
‘American Horror Story: Hotel,” will begin production in the late summer and premiere later this fall.