After surviving cancellation earlier this year, "Drop Dead Diva" returns for Season 5 on Lifetime this June before the series premiere of "Devious Maids."
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Drop Dead Diva lives! The formerly cancelled, then saved Lifetime drama series now has a premiere date for its fifth season. Those of us who are eager to see how things pick up for the series have only to wait until June 24 for the fifth season to make its debut.
Back from the dead! Lifetime announced that it will bring back Drop Dead Diva for a fifth season on June
Drop Dead Diva begins its fifth season with the first of 13 new episodes on Sunday, June 23 at 9 PM. The fifth season opener is aptly titled “Back From The Dead” after the dramedy series was cancelled at the end of Season 4, but Lifetime and Sony Pictures TV made a deal to bring the show back. Show More Summary
Lifetime’s fan favorite and critically-acclaimed series Drop Dead Diva, which follows a shallow wannabe model that suddenly dies in an accident only to find her soul resurfacing in the body of a brilliant, plus-sized recently deceased attorney
Lifetime took to social media to reveal the news of Justin Deeley's casting Wednesday afternoon. read more
The Season 4 finale left things wide open for a fifth season, and didn?t offer anything in the way of closure for its characters. If you haven?t caught the epic finale or some of the Season 4 episodes, don?t worry, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is bringing Drop Dead Diva: The Complete Fourth Season to DVD on June 18.
Cheer up Drop Dead Diva fans! Lifetime has resurrected the show for a fifth season! The network originally cancelled the drama series in January after they were unable to reach an agreement with Sony Pictures Television about cutting costs to keep it on the air. …but it looks like an agreement was finally reached! The show will continue [...]
Tags: Morning Brew Lily Tomlin KIN 4 Life Rosie O'Donnell Jodie Foster My Child Ruth Davidson Adrienne Rich IMDb Good morning! Looks like Lifetime has un-canceled Drop Dead Diva, so if you're a fan of that very queer show, rejoice. Supposedly...Show More Summary
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It's alive! Six weeks after Lifetime canceled Drop Dead Diva, the network has decided to move forward with a fifth season after all. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Damages Drop Dead Diva Breaking In Unforgettable
Lifetime is resurrecting "Drop Dead Diva" for Season 5, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The Josh Berman series was cancelled on January 15, although at...
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Back for a 5th season after all.
Though the network canceled it earlier this year, they have changed their minds and reversed the decision. "Drop Dead Diva" will return for Season 5.
Drop Dead Diva has scored an 11th hour stay of execution. Lifetime renewed the dramedy for a fifth season a month and a half after pulling the plug on the series. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Drop Dead Diva was originally canceled because it became “cost prohibitive,” which usually means that the producers are unable to meet the [...]Show More Summary
The network had canceled the one-hour drama in January. read more
There's good news, Drop Dead Diva fans! Well, kind of. Nothing is set in stone yet, but it's looking like Lifetime might be ready to hit the "Return" button on the series and bring it back for a fifth season. Talks are reportedly inShow More Summary
Drop Dead Diva lives! A month and a half after Lifetime cancelled the dramedy series, I hear the cable network is close to a deal with producer Sony Pictures TV to bring the show back for a fifth season. Lifetime’s decision to cancel...Show More Summary