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TV News Roundup: September 8, 2016


  • Netflix adds WHITE RABBIT
  • Many cable series have been axed 
  • A few other cable series have been renewed
  • More summer BACHELOR for ABC

Even more SHIP:
After giving the military drama, THE LAST SHIP, a fourth season renewal in July, TNT upped the commitment for a fifth season renewal. The series will be on the network through at least 2018.



No "Myth" for THE WHITE RABBIT PROJECT:
With the long running MYTHBUSTER series out of production, the B-Team unit of Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara will have their own show on NETFLIX. The new series, title THE WHITE RABBIT PROJECT, will follow the same format and formula as MYTHBUSTERS. The series is set to premiere on December 9, 2016.



No feast for the beast:
After a very low rated rookie season, AMC has cancelled the series FEED THE BEAST.



No more MAIDS:
Lifetime has cancelled the veteran series, DEVIOUS MAIDS after four seasons.



TYRANT be gone:
After three seasons, FX has cancelled the drama TYRANT.



More PARADISE:
ABC has renewed the summer datings series, BACHELOR IN PARADISE for a fourth season.



Long live the QUEEN:
QUEEN OF THE SOUTH will be back on USA, renewed for a second seasons.



SyFy renews two:
Summer series KILLJOYS and DARK MATTER have een icked up for another season, by SyFy.


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