Variety reports that HBO and Jon Stewart have mutually agreed to cancel their planned topical animated series, which was originally set to launch last fall, after learning that "timely" and "animation" aren't compatible.
TBS has renewed late-night talk show Conan through 2022.
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Though the crowd of Clippers fans around them seemed to be in different stages of anxiety and stress (the Raptors made a shocking comeback before they were ultimately defeated), the couple couldn't hold back their laughter as they made silly faces at each other.
Conviction (ABC) effectively became the first new fall show to be canceled when ABC declined to pick up the second half of its debut season.
A decision has not yet been made on the network's remaining programs.The network has also ordered several new comedies, including a new untitled series from viral video trio The Dress Up Gang, Lorne Michaels-produced comedy anthology The Miracle Workers (a heaven-set workplace comedy starring Daniel Radcliffe and Owen Wilson), and Close Enough (an adult-targeted animated series from The Young Pope (HBO) will not return for a 2nd season, but taking its place is a new miniseries, The New Pope, which will feature a mostly (or entirely) different cast (and, obviously, a different Pope). creator David Shore's latest medical drama The Good Doctor, guy-talks-to-god feel-good drama The Gospel of Kevin, musical comedy The Mayor (about an aspiring rapper who runs for mayor), and an untitled Zach Braff series based on the Gimlet Media podcast The CW has added two more dramas to its 2017-18 lineup: Black Lightning (yet another Greg Berlanti-produced DC Comics series) and Life Sentence (starring Lucy Hale as a terminal cancer patient who finds out she isn't dying after all).One thing it will share with the original show is creator Paolo Sorrentino. The Handmaid's Tale (Hulu) renewed for a 2nd season.The 13-episode first season will launch in midseason with stars Jermaine Fowler, Katey Sagal, David Koechner, and Judd Hirsch.
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CBS has renewed 16 series for next season: 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, Blue Bloods, Bull, Hawaii Five-0, Kevin Can Wait, Life in Pieces, Mac Gyver, Madam Secretary, Man With a Plan, Mom, NCIS: LA, NCIS New Orleans, Scorpion, Superior Donuts, and Survivor. New sitcom The Great Indoors, not-so-new sitcoms 2 Broke Girls and The Odd Couple, drama Code Black, and procedurals Criminal Minds (plus its spinoff) and Elementary.