MTV Renews Teen Wolf for Season 5
Just as sure as the full moon will rise again, Teen Wolf will be back for Season 5 — and it’s going to be a big one.
MTV announced today at San Diego Comic-Con that its hair-raising thriller has been renewed for fifth season that will span Read More
Fargo Renewed for Season 2 Prequel — New Details on Time Period, Returning Characters
Grab your mittens and button down your ear flaps: FX on Monday announced that it has ordered a second season of its Emmy-nominated series Fargo. READ MORE
FX Boss Teases 'Strange' Freak Show, Touts Simpsons Mega-Site and More
John Landgraf, FX Networks and FX Productions CEO, had reporters seeing yellow on Monday. Read More
FX Renews Louie for (Short) Season 5
The good news: FX has renewed Louie for a fifth season.
The not-so-good news: The Emmy-nominated comedy’s next cycle will only run Read More
TVLine Items: CW Renews Whose Line, Jaime Pressly Joins Mom and More
Whose renewal is it anyway?
The CW’s improv-comedy series Whose Line Is It Anyway? (obviously), which got picked up today for Read More
TNT Renews Major Crimes and Last Ship; Falling Skies Gets Final Season
Much good news coming out of TNT this Friday morning, in the form of early pick-ups for both Major Crimes and The Last Ship.
The alien invasion drama Falling Skies meanwhile Read More
Bravo Sets Date for Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, Orders Two New Series
Bravo has finally scored a date with House alum Lisa Edelstein, setting a premiere for Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce. Read More
Report: Enlisted May Get Yahoo Revival
Let’s run this up the flagpole and see if anyone salutes: Enlisted may command a second season after all. Read More
NBC Execs Defend Blacklist Hiatus, Talk Constantine Recast, Hannibal Season 3, State of Heigl's 'Momager' and More
Red Reddington will have a new place to hang his hat come February, regardless of how The Blacklist‘s Monday night replacement performs. Read More
NBC Renews America's Got Talent and 2 Others, Celeb Apprentice Still MIA
NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt announced on Sunday at the Television Critics Assoc. press tour that the network has ordered new seasons of three summertime reality-TV staples. Read More