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Old 05-19-21, 02:21 PM
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Re: The One and Only TV FAQ Thread Plus Renewal and Cancellation News

The series "Chad", "Wipeout" and "Fast Foodies" have all been renewed.
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"Bulletproof" has been cancelled by The Sky Network in the UK due to the sexual harassment charges against Noel Clarke. The show had been renewed for another season but they thought Clarke was too "intertwined" with the production for the role to be re-cast. The series played on the CW in the US. The CW deleted the series from their on-demand options once the charges came to light.

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"Bulletproof" has been cancelled by The Sky Network in the UK due to the sexual harassment charges against Noel Clarke. The show had been renewed for another season but they though Clarke was too "intertwined" with the production for the role to be re-cast. The series played on the CW in the US. The CW deleted the series from their on-demand options once the charges came to light.
I just saw that. His production partner and costar came out with a statement that was polite, but seemed firmly in place with those who came forward.

I havenít seen any other news, so I wonder if they have more behind the scenes details and proof beyond the Guardian article.
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Yes, I'm aware my comment was subjective. I do watch 911 but IMO Blackish, Mixedish, This is Us, Unicorn, All Rise...are all far better shows which should continue beyond this (and next) season. Hence my comment of Fox is keeping sub-par shows while the other two are cancelling quality shows.
I think this is a variation on the common lament, "why do they always cancel the shows that I like, and keep the ones I hate." For the record, I still think it was wrong to cancel "Everwood" and "Andy Richter Controls the Universe." But that ship sailed and sunk long ago. I actually get a kick out of the 911 shows, and I like "This is Us" and "All Rise" too, but I don't care at all about the "ish" shows or "Unicorn."

And as for "This is Us," aren't the showrunners purposely ending the show after next season, claiming a natural ending point is coming?
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I think this is a variation on the common lament, "why do they always cancel the shows that I like, and keep the ones I hate." For the record, I still think it was wrong to cancel "Everwood" and "Andy Richter Controls the Universe." But that ship sailed and sunk long ago. I actually get a kick out of the 911 shows, and I like "This is Us" and "All Rise" too, but I don't care at all about the "ish" shows or "Unicorn."

And as for "This is Us," aren't the showrunners purposely ending the show after next season, claiming a natural ending point is coming?
Apparently the network would be open to more seasons of "This Is Us". This was the producers' choice.
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Originally Posted by SteveA View Post
I think this is a variation on the common lament, "why do they always cancel the shows that I like, and keep the ones I hate." For the record, I still think it was wrong to cancel "Everwood" and "Andy Richter Controls the Universe." But that ship sailed and sunk long ago. I actually get a kick out of the 911 shows, and I like "This is Us" and "All Rise" too, but I don't care at all about the "ish" shows or "Unicorn."

And as for "This is Us," aren't the showrunners purposely ending the show after next season, claiming a natural ending point is coming?

I like All Rise as well. Simone Missick is a really good actress and deserves to be on a hit show. But, from all accounts I read, her show had a lot of behind the scenes and creative problems. The showrunner got fired earlier in the season for his abusive behavior to his writing staff and a lot of writers from season 1 quit the show. I guess it was more of a headache than CBS wanted to keep dealing with and also the show isn't even owned by them (WB show)

Bull's showrunner also got fired this past week for abusive behavior to his writers, but was renewed. But that show is owned by CBS and has been on 5 years now and can make CBS syndication money.
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Apparently the network would be open to more seasons of "This Is Us". This was the producers' choice.
Iím glad itís ending. No live action show needs to go on for 10 seasons. I would much rather it tell the story they had in mind and end on a high instead of limping along and turning fans off.
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Well, This is Us is a different kind of show. It's a serialized adult family drama that obviously has an end point to tell it's story.

A show like FBI, SVU, 911 or Chicago PD deals with everyday situations that you can pull out from the newspaper, so they have more material to work with season by season.
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Netflix is clearing the decks, cancelling four of its original comedy series: Country Comfort (a Katherine McPhee sitcom) , The Crew, (The Kevin James sitcom) Mr. Iglesias and Bonding will not return for additional seasons on the streamer, TVLine has confirmed.

On another note, I received an e-mail from Netflix which led to a lengthy survey regarding four or five of their newest shows. It honed in on the one show I had actually seen an episode of and grilled me pretty thoroughly, asking for opinions of each character and representation issues and, of course, my general feelings about the show and why I watched it.
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https://deadline.com/2021/08/all-ris...ck-1234818449/

All Rise, the cancelled CBS show starring Simone Missick, may get picked up by the OWN network.

Not a done deal though.

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https://deadline.com/2021/09/the-out...ns-1234834205/

The Outpost was cancelled by The CW

For those who never watched this show, this was the low budget Indie science fiction TV show that was made by Dean Devlin's production company. There is a thread here, but it never got any traction.
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Re: The One and Only TV FAQ Thread Plus Renewal and Cancellation News

Originally Posted by DJariya View Post
https://deadline.com/2021/09/the-out...ns-1234834205/

The Outpost was cancelled by The CW

For those who never watched this show, this was the low budget Indie science fiction TV show that was made by Dean Devlin's production company. There is a thread here, but it never got any traction.
After Stargirl, The Outpost was probably my favorite show on the CW. The show actually saw Blu-ray release over in the UK and was fairly popular in Europe from what I understand.

The CW unfairly dumped the show into the doldrums of summer when no one watches television.
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Re: The One and Only TV FAQ Thread Plus Renewal and Cancellation News

The Outpost was so low budget and the actors in it were so wooden... I dropped it after a single episode. No loss there imo.

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