The streamer went on a bit of a killing spree Saturday, cancelling five series including the freshman Maya Rudolph-Fred Armisen afterlife satire Forever and sophomore critical fave Patriot.
After picking up six new dramas and three comedies — and as it’s poised to renew the bulk of its returning fare and freshman breakouts — ABC lowered the ax on rookie drama Forever, comedy Cristela, sophomore entry Resurrection as well as returning alternative series The Taste.
BC has given Forever its back-nine order, bringing its total episode count to 22 for its freshman season.
ABC has picked up three scripts each of freshman series Selfie, Manhattan Love Story and Forever. The network has now given some sort of orders to all of its new series after hot drama How To Get Away With Murder and comedy Black-ish received full-season pickups last week.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Judd Hirsch is going from the ridiculous to the sublime in his newest TV roles. The 79-year-old actor best known for “Taxi” appears in “Sharknado 2: The Second One,” about sharks unleashed on New York City airing July 30 on Syfy. “They told me I was going to be eaten […]