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TV News Roundup: July 27, 2016


  • One more TURN for AMC
  • Twitter adds more sports properties
  • HBO cancels veteran series
  • Craig Robinson lands game show

More KING:
CMT has renewed the freshman series, STILL THE KING, for a second season.



One more TURN:
The AMC historical drama, TURN: WASHINGTON'S SPIES, has been renewed for a fourth, and last season.



Spike order new game show:
With THE OFFICE's Craig Robinson as host, Spike TV has ordered the new show, CARAOKE SHOWDOWN, for 2017.



Twitter adds more sports:
The social networking provider has scored two more sports to its growing list of spots properties. The MLB and NHL have inked deals with Twitter to stream games. Not start dates have been announced, but twitter could begin streaming MLB games this season. Twitter now has contracts with the NFL, NBC, MLB and NHL for streaming content.



FOX make deal with NHL:
The FOX regional networks has reached a deal with the NHL to allow FOX to stream NHL games on FOX Sports GO.



HBO cancels docuseries:
PROJECT GREENLIGHT has been cancelled after four seasons, by HBO. Series creators Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are shopping the series around for a new home.




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