News and Stuff
Well, you won't see Black-ish reruns anywhere any time soon. Hulu scooped up the exclusive rights to VoD streaming from Disney.
The CW is looking at a Charmed reboot or revival.
Harold Perrineau is joining Criminal Minds in a recurring role.
I’ll Have What Phil’s Having is moving from PBS to Netflix.
The X-Men TV series based on the story of two human parents and their mutant offspring, set in the X-Men universe, has been given a pilot order. Normally I'd be meh about it, but Matt Nix is writing and producing the pilot. Don't forget, Legion is coming up on Fox too. When you think Matt Nix, think Burn Notice and The Good Guys.
Archer is moving to FXX for their next and subsequent season. (I know, I know, I've said it before, but I'm just reminding you.)
Bates Motel fifth and FINAL season will premiere on February 20th.
Riverdale, the darker or more mature (?) version of the Archie comics, is debuting on January 26th. It's been called eerie and offbeat by Variety.
The CW announced renewals for the following shows:
DC's Legends of Tomorrow,
Jane The Virgin,
Dish Nations was renewed by Fox for multiple seasons, through 2019.
Man in the High Castle was renewed by Amazon for a third season.
The Affair was renewed by Showtime for a fourth season.
Those Who Cant was renewed by TruTV for a third season.
60 Minutes Sports was cancelled by Showtime.
Frequency was cancelled by The CW.
Girl Meets World was cancelled by Disney. The series finale aired on January 20th.
No Tomorrow was canceled by The CW. Apparently it's title was its own foretelling.
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