Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by pblmow, Feb 9, 2018.
He took it on the road?!
Wow-The Blindspot got a 3 Year Renewal? I thought all Shows were Year to Year, as even Family Guy and The Simpsons with their long history of success(I do recall that Family Guy got cancelled early on, but with Big DVD Sales, it renewed interest to get picked up again, but that was a long time ago, as seems to be as good as ever and assume ratings have been strong).
I hope the 'Penn & Teller Fool Us' gets renewed, as I used to be into Card Sleight of Hand and love any Card & Coin Sleight of Hand Magicians, who have appeared on their Show. I know several moves, so even have picked up a few of them that had fooled P & T(with the benefit of a 2nd Viewing).
I do not care much for the Woman Host though, who replaced the British Dude, after the 1st Season, as I liked him as the host, but maybe P & T thought a Female Host would work better, or the British Dude might have been traveling from the UK and he just did not want to continue on with the travel to tape the show. Never heard the backstory on the change of Host on this Show.
Also, as long as Black-ish and Brooklyn 9-9 return, I am good for Sitcoms(along with Family Guy) that interest me.
I've always liked P&T and have Fool Us set on my PVR auto-record. I hope it gets renewed for another season (and more).
I also prefer the cute naivety of Alyson Hannigan that helps highlight the guest magicians' impact as opposed to the somewhat condescending presence of that British guy.
Did not expect Blindspot getting any renewal at all, the way their ratings were. Somebody upstairs must see them as a high-octane NCIS product, rather than a crime soap with a dwindling demographic. I was expecting to write them off this season, but somebody apparently sees audience tastes changing.
‘Party Of Five’ Reboot Canceled By Freeform After One Season – Deadline
ABC renews 19 shows, cancels five, as next season's lineup announced
Ugh single parents canceled. Glad stumptown is back. News on any other networks
I'll have to look.
Thank you. Also saw the Conners was back. That’s almost everything I watch that I thought might be canceled other than good girls
I kinda like the new Green Acres in Bless This Mess.
Blindspot got renewed ? I did not see that coming ! great news for me !
All 5 networks have now announced their fall "schedules", assuming the shows can get produced.
CBS Fall 2020 Schedule Plots Return of Most Scripted Series – Variety
ABC renews 19 shows, cancels five, as next season's lineup is announced
NBC's Fall 2020-2021 TV Lineup: Everything We Know So Far
Fox Fall Schedule: Pandemic-Proof Plan Is Revealed — 9-1-1 and Other Returning Scripted Fare Pushed to 2021
The CW 2020-21 Schedule: New Season Launching In January, ‘Supernatural’ Conclusion & Acquisitions In Fall – Deadline
wonderful show, thought for sure it was over.
the horrible 'emergence' is cancelled "PIPER"!
'stumptown' is a pretty darn good TV show.
Awww, SHlT ... I missed the last episode of "I Love Lucy".
Why, why, WHY...do people insist on posting this stuff on a thread about 2017? And canceled shows in 2017 at that? Don't you even know how to start threads with the current year in the title?
For three years, I started threads on EVERY SEASON, to put the latest developments from the Upfronts, from cancellations, from new shows, from all networks, netlets, and streaming services. Last year, I not only teased the Upfronts, explained them all in detail, tried to cover every day's events on separate posts, and anticipated what news was about to come out. I posted links to many major media outlets, for daily, network-by-network coverage.
I can only assume, people are too stupid to look up the word, "upfront", to see what an "upfront" is: the events the networks use to announce their new shows, their cancellations and what other programming services do. They do this the same time every year. Have for years. And, for three years in a row, I gave members plenty of places to post this information, so people could get an entire perspective of what's coming and going on their television sets.
And, what do they do? Apparently they choose a THREE-YEARS-OUT-OF-DATE-THREAD to breathlessly announce, that "Grey's Anatomy" got renewed. (And frankly, "Grey's Anatomy" getting renewed, is really the ONLY thing that belongs in a thread about 2017, because, well, it's "Grey's Anatomy" ) While every year, the treads I start grow cobwebs, because nobody seems to need the information...so long as they can put theirs into a 2017 thread.
Please - consider this an earnest thread crap, if it offends your good intentions to keep us all up to date on what's happening in 2017. If it puts your nose out of joint, TAKE THE INITIATIVE TO START A FRESH THREAD! I've done all I can to keep this stuff current, encompassing, and relevant.
I give up.
Epic Rant ^
it really is
man with a plan canceled after this season finishes despite getting better ratings this year than last year. the heck
good girls has been renewed even though its rating are less than 1/2 of man with a plan
Sadly network tv is like eating peanut butter and jelly sandwich ..
I like Man With A Plan. I also like Bless This Mess and, especially, Single Parents. I will miss those shows.
Glad Emergence got cancelled. Watched the first few episodes because it seemed to have an interesting plot, but it veered off into Soap Opera Hell, like many similar shows that came before it, by introducing way more new questions than answering existing ones (Lost, The Blacklist, Person of Interest, etc.)
Glad Stumptown is back, though it was teetering on that Soap Opera Hell too with a Long Story Arc. Though, they finished the season strong and answered many questions after just a few episodes of being introduced.
Evil is another show I really like and glad it is back. I just wish it wasn't a half-season series. 10 or 11 shows per year isn't really enough episodes for a series drama on network TV. One reason is people forget about it and then lose interest when the next season begins. Then the ratings start to suffer and gets shuffled to a bad night and time slot, eventually getting even worse ratings causing it to get canned. I don't know how many shows over the years got good ratings in its first year, only to get shuffled to a bad time slot and then die a quick death. I hope Evil stays in its original good time slot for the remainder of its run.
Plus 1 here for Stumptown, one of my favourite shows from last season, and also for Good Girls which I also really enjoy. Hopefully The Good Fight will also be renewed, although I'm still waiting for Rose Leslie to come back...
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