Great news for fans of Syfy's back-from-the-future series Continuum. The action drama starring Days of Our Lives grad Victor Webster and Rachel Nichols has been picked up for a 13-episode second season, according to TVLine.
During its first season, Continuum averaged 1.4 million total viewers, with 540K landing in the 18-49 demo (where it ranked No. 10 among all cable fare in its time slot).
Katie Couric’s self-titled talk show will be returning for a second season. Disney-ABC Domestic Television has picked up for Katie for Season 2, touting its status as the No. 1 new syndicated talk show. See the full press release announcing the renewal below.
Do you want the good news or the bad news first? We’ll start with the good. Downton Abbey has been renewed for a fourth season, according to an announcement by ITV. Now comes the bad news. While fans can look forward to the eight-episode fourth season, don’t expect to see much of Matthew Crawley (Dan Stevens). From Sunday Express,
"Dan Stevens isn’t returning to the series. He will probably do the first episode of the fourth series, but that will be it."
Nashville has been singing the right notes for ABC, and now the soapy drama has been rewarded with a full season pick up, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Reportedly, Nashville has averaged six million viewers and a 2.1 rating in 18-49. However, sales of its songs have helped generate revenue.
Working to its benefit, Nashville has been able to tap ancillary revenue from downloads of the T Bone Burnett-produced music from the series. READ MORE
Plan on sinking your teeth into another season of MTV’s Teen Wolf. According to Zap2it, the cable network has renewed the werewolf drama for a third season, but instead of a 12 episode season, 24 installments have been ordered.
Teen Wolf previewed Monday’s upcoming episode at Comic-Con and teased whether or not Jackson (Colton Haynes) can be saved.
To kill Jackson or to save him? As the Kanima continues to hunt victims, the question is whether or not Jackson can be saved -- and whether or not it's worth saving a creature so lethal. With the hunters, Scott, and Derek all on Jackson's tail (uh, litterally) it could go either way. By the end of the episode, we'll be worried about the fate of several characters. "Jackson's still going to continue to raise hell with everybody. This has just brought him to the next level," Haynes says. "Hopefully he'll maybe make the transformation into a wolf, or something else will come along and he'll move up the food chain. Maybe an elephant. Maybe a rabbit. A bunny." READ MORE