Us & Them Update: 6 Produced Episodes of Fox’s Jason Ritter-Alexis Bledel Comedy Will Never Air
Us & Them is officially gone and forgotten, at least as far as Fox is concerned.
A network insider confirms to TVLine that the six produced episodes of the Jason Ritter-Alexis Bledel romantic comedy will not air this summer after all. READ MORE
Hot Topic, Two Takes: Should Revolution Be Powered Back Up?
Can a passionate faction of Revolution fans get the lights turned back on? (Should they?) Read More
The Arsenio Hall Show Cancelled
Looks like Jay Leno might’ve spoken too soon. READ MORE
Report: Hulu May Rescue Community
Less than three weeks after NBC dropped the axe on Community, there is talk of a possible Season 6 — though at a new home. Read More
It's Official: Chelsea Lately to End E! Run in August, But Where Will Chelsea Handler End Up?
Chelsea Handler‘s rocky E! reign will officially come to an end later this summer.
The cabler announced Wednesday that Handler’s late-night talk show Chelsea Lately will wrap its seven-year run with an hour-long series finale …READ MORE
E! Passes On One Tree Hill Alum's Music-Themed Drama Pilot Songbyrd
It’s official: the hour-long drama pilot Songbyrd will not be taking flight at E! READ MORE
FXX's Legit and FX's Chozen Cancelled
FXX has cancelled the comedy series Legit, TVLine has learned.
Additionally, FX’s animated laugher Chozen has been axed after one season. READ MORE
TVLine Items: New Rookie Blue Premiere Date, Gotham Promotes 3, Smash Reunion and More
ABC is moving up Rookie Blue’s Season 5 premiere.
Community's 'Hypothetical' Season 6 on Another Network? Dan Harmon 'Won't Stand in the Way'
Don’t retire that #SixSeasonsAndAMovie hashtag just yet, Community fans.
While series creator Dan Harmon initially felt “eh” about the prospect of shopping the comedy to othert networks in the wake of its cancellation by NBC on Friday, he promised …READ MORE
CBS Cancels The Crazy Ones, Intelligence, Friends With Better Lives and Two Other Series
CBS on Saturday cancelled five of its freshman series, including advertising satire The Crazy Ones and newbie sitcom Friends With Better Lives. READ MORE