It's not quite as bad as that makes it sound?
Hayley Atwell's ABC drama Conviction is on the cancellation bubble, but she's already locked down her next big TV role.
Starz has chosen Kenneth Lonergan—whose most recent film, Manchester By The Sea, has earned him a host of Oscar nominations, including Best Original Screenplay—to write an adaptation of E.M. Forster’s novel Howard’s End. The four-part miniseries, produced jointly with the BBC, would be Lonergan’s first television work. Show More Summary
The four-part series hails from Oscar nominee Kenneth Lonergan ('Manchester By the Sea'). read more
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EXCLUSIVE: Starz has teamed with BBC to co-produce the limited series Howards End, based on the classic E.M. Forster novel with Oscar-nominated screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan (Manchester By The Sea) writing the TV adaptation. Hayley Atwell...Show More Summary
It was not a very good week for ABC's Conviction, as the Hayley Atwell starrer kicked off its new Sunday timeslot to even lower lows. So, why has ABC decided to hold off on cancelling the series yet?
With no more than 13 episodes ordered and terrible ratings, the future of ABC's Conviction, starring Hayley Atwell, looks bleak. While Atwell shines, the rest of the story is overrun by the relationships Hayes has with various characters. Considering the series is supposed to be about the Conviction Integrity Unit, shouldn't there be less focus on the life of Hayes Morrison?
After five weeks on the air, Conviction starring Hayley Atwell, a title that could not stay in our brains if it tried and clearly didn't because there's a next part of this sentence coming, has been cancelled. This is the...
Marvel fans raise hopes for an Agent Carter revival.
ABC announced late Tuesday night that it has decided not to move forward with the struggling Hayley Atwell series Conviction. TVGuide.com has confirmed that ABC will produce and air all 13 episodes that were initially ordered, but the...Show More Summary
Conviction isn't canceled, but...it basically is. The ABC legal drama starring Hayley Atwell will only get the originally ordered 13 episodes, no additional scripts have been ordered. Reports...
In bad news for Hayley Atwell—but hypothetically good news for delusional fans still holding out hope that Agent Carter might somehow drag itself out of the ashes—ABC has announced that it’s canceling Conviction. The show—which saw Atwell...Show More Summary
The fall TV season isn't that far along right now, and most shows are just settling into their primetime grooves. Everything just got a lot rockier for ABC's new drama...
All 13 episodes of the drama will air, though it's unclear how long the series will remain in its current Mondays at 10 p.m. slot. read more
Conviction, one of ABC’s new drama series starring Hayley Atwell, has been canceled in the middle of the first season. 13 episodes of the show were ordered by the network and all remaining episodes are set to air, though it has not been determined if it will stay in its Mondays at 10pm time slot. [...]
ABC has opted not to pick up additional episodes of new legal drama Conviction beyond its original 13-episode order. The series, starring Hayley Atwell, is not being pulled from the schedule. It will stay on the air, playing out itsShow More Summary
Hayley Atwell first stepped into the shoes of Agent Carter in the Captain America: The First Avenger movie.
It was much to the disappointment of the small but dedicated band of Agent Carter fans that the series was cancelled by ABC earlier this year. For two seasons, the 1940s-set adventures of SSR Agent Peggy Carter as she saved the world despite the chauvinistic attitudes of her superiors and co-workers gave many Marvel fans […]
Good news, everyone! Hayley Atwell officially has more Agent Carter in her future. However, it’s perhaps not in the form that you were hoping for. Read more...