NBC will continue to play Ellen’s Game of Games: The network has renewed the alternative series for Season 3, it was announced Wednesday.
The program, which currently airs Tuesdays at 8/7c, features supersized versions of the most popular games from host Ellen DeGeneres’ daytime talk show.
TVLine’s Renewal Scorecard has been updated with the pickup.
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* Soap vet Judith Chapman will again play mom to fellow Young and the Restless alum Greg Rikaart when she returns to NBC’s Days of Our Lives in a new role, as Leo’s mother Diana, Soap Opera Digest reports. (Chapman previously played Days‘ Anjelica Devereaux, but soap operas are gonna soap opera!)
* Syfy has cancelled anthology series Channel Zero after four seasons. Series creator Nick Antosca first confirmed the news on Instagram:
* The Late Late Show With James Corden will take Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett and NFL quarterback Russell Wilson to Space Camp in its post-AFC Championship Game special airing Sunday, Jan. 20 at about 11:35 pm ET.
* Season 4 of Audience Network’s You Me Her will premiere Tuesday, April 9 at 10/9c, while production on Mr. Mercedes Season 3 will commence Feb. 19.
* Gone — the internationally co-produced crime drama starring Chris Noth (Law & Order), Danny Pino (SVU) and Leven Rambin (True Detective) — will makes its Stateside premiere on WGN America on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 9 pm.
* Starz has released a trailer for Now Apocalypse, a “surreal” coming-of-age comedy debuting on Sunday, March 10 at 9 pm:
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