On most networks, quirky genre shows are often pariahs that get pushed aside so viewers who want TV shows about cops and doctors—and only cops doctors—don’t get offended. NBC, for example, is seeing something resembling success by dumping Grimm and Constantine on Friday nights. Show More Summary
Beauty and the Beast is renewed for Season 4, without a single frame of Season 3 having aired! But why? Here are six reasons The CW likely brought it back: The post Six Reasons Why The CW Renewed ‘Beauty and the Beast’ for Season 4 appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
It was a two-for-one special Friday at The CW. The network renewed Beauty and the Beast for Season 4 more than three months before the debut of the show's third season, which now also has an official premiere date. Beasties should mark their calendars for Thursday, May 21 at 8/7c. Show More Summary
It's official: "Beauty and the Beast" has been renewed for Season 4 by The CW. Rejoice Beasties! We did it again! Woohoo! The post ‘Beauty and the Beast’ renewed for Season 4 by The CW appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
The CW has renewed its Summer hit Beauty and the Beast for a fourth season. The third season is now set to premiere on May 21, so this is a big vote of confidence for the show. The network has renewed most of its new series for the 2014-2015 TV season. Show More Summary
The CW's unusual relationship with Beauty and the Beast is going to be even longer. The show, which ended season 2 in July, won't be back until this May, but the network has already renewed it for an additional fourth season.
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The CW Orders a Fourth Season of "Beauty And The Beast" for 2015-16
And it lives! Despite not making the CW’s regular season schedule, Beauty and the Beast has been renewed for a fourth season ahead of the third season premiere. That Season 3 debut has been slated for May 21, with the procedural getting a summer run. Show More Summary
Taking a page from The CW's book, NBC handed out a mass of renewals on Thursday to five of its solidly performing dramas The lucky shows were: The Blacklist (Season 3), Chicago Fire (Season 4), Chicago P.D. (Season 3), Law and Order:...Show More Summary
Good news, CW fans! The network has picked up an additional season of its entire fall lineup, it was announced at the Television Critics Association winter previews on Sunday. The eight series ordered for the upcoming 2015-2016 season...Show More Summary
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Will your favorite shows be back next year? Check out our breakdown below and check back often for the latest renewal/cancellation news. RENEWED FOR 2015-2016 SEASON The 100(CW) Arrow(CW) The Big Bang Theory(CBS) Big Brother (CBS) Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox) Empire (Fox) Family Guy(Fox) The Flash (CW) Gotham ... Read More >
With increased ratings, a slew of renewals and its first Golden Globe award, the network is having its best year ever: "It's been a brick-by-brick process, night by night, the old-fashioned way," president Mark Pedowitz says of the turnaround. read more
Plus, Arrow, The Flash and Jane the Virgin are among the CW's renewals.
It was a great weekend for Jane The Virgin. The show was renewed for a second season on Sunday morning (along with all of The CW’s other new fall shows), and later that day, Gina Rodriguez won a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Jane Gloriana Villanueva, The CW’s very first Golden Globe win. Show More Summary
Billy Bob Thornton wants to hook up with Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry opens up about 'Friends,' The CW renews 'Jane the Virgin,' and more celebrity news.
It’s been a packed couple of days of Arrow news as the beloved CW superhero series was renewed for a fourth season and interest was expressed in a second spin-off from the show. But on to more practical concerns, like what’s coming up in the second half of the season and where fate might take […]
It's cutting season, which means everything on TV is on the chopping block. And while the CW has had to drop some shows, eight made the cut! First off, Arrow has been picked up for season 4, and Jane the Virgin (which brought the CW a Golden Globe award) is going to get a second season. [...]
It?s beginning to feel as if it?s spring in the TV realm. Yesterday, the CW announced it was renewing 8?count ?em?shows for 2015 and 2016 and today CBS is apparently following suit. TClick To Continue Reading