Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots is keeping a smile on Oprah's face. The former talk show queen's cable network OWN announced it has ordered four more episodes of the cable drama. The order brings The Haves and Have Nots' first season episode count to 36.
OWN also announced it is ordering 26 additional episodes of Tyler Perry's Love Thy Neighbor.
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Good news for The Talk’s Aisha Tyler and Let’s Make a Deal’s Wayne Brady. The CW has renewed their primetime laugher, Whose Line Is It Anyway, for a 24-episode second season. The series also stars Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles.
Get ready for another summer of the Andy (Missy Peregrym) drinking game. ABC’s summer cop drama Rookie Blue has been renewed for a fifth season! The show’s official Twitter feed announced the good news on Wednesday.
VH1’s professional basketball cheerleader drama Hit the Floor has earned itself a second season. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the series, which stars Days of Our Lives grad Charlotte Ross (ex-Eve), “is the highest-rated freshman scripted cable series among the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic, where it averages a 1.2 rating. The series draws an average of 1.9 million total viewers.”
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So much baby daddy drama. According to Deadline, the renewal of Jennifer Love Hewitt’s The Client List, for a third season, is being held up over how to best handle Hewitt’s real life pregnancy on the show. Reportedly, Hewitt wants Brian Hallisay’s character Kyle Parks to be the baby daddy, but the showrunner wants Colin Egglesfield’s (ex-Joshua Madden, All My Children) Evan Parks to be the tike’s onscreen father.
I hear a major sticking point has been demands from Hewitt, who serves as an executive producer on the series, about the storyline for Season 3. I hear Hewitt has asked that Brian Hallisay, her real-life fiance and father of her baby, also play her character Riley’s baby daddy on the show in a major story arc next season. I hear that is at odds with the ideas from the Client List showrunner, who I hear pitched the series’ male lead Colin Egglesfield, and the network brass, who I hear have not settled on a character as they are looking to keep their options open but are not willing to go with Hallisay, who I hear doesn’t have wide support there.
Get all the details at Deadline.