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HBO is moving forward with a second season of its acclaimed comedy series Barry, and the cable network has also given the go-ahead for a sixth season of Silicon Valley.
The network is expanding their schedule to include Sunday nights and will continue to have shorter seasons allowing room for the many returning shows and potential new series. The future of fan favorites iZombie and The 100 is still unknown.
The series is a remake of the Norman Lear sitcom and centers on a Cuban-American family. The cast includes Justina Machado, Rita Moreno, and Todd Grinnell.
The Pete Holmes stand-up comedian sitcom and pot comedy will return for new episodes.
The Lily Tomlin-Jane Fonda sitcom has booked RuPaul for a guest star role as Benjamin Le Day, described as a formidable and quick-witted adversary who faces off with Grace and Frankie.
The show “flipped conventional storytelling on its head by showcasing some of the world’s best comedic talent as they hilariously explored the mundane lives of every day cops and criminals,” said Julie McNamara, Executive Vice President, Original Content for CBS All Access.
Gabriel Macht, Sarah Rafferty, Rick Hoffman and newly-minted series regular Dulé Hill are all slated to return for Season 8.
Syfy has renewed dark fantasy comedy Happy! for a second season, the cable network announced Monday.
Grown-ish has been renewed for a second season on Freeform.
Noah Hawley already has an idea for Season 4 of Fargo and is also working on a book that delves into the first three seasons of the snow.
More Prison Break is on the way, but this may finally be the end of the line for The X-Files.
The premium cable network believes most of the cast will return and Andrea Arnold is stepping into Jean-Marc Vallee’s shoes to direct all seven episodes.
go90’s Now We’re Talking, from LeBron James’ Uninterrupted production banner, will expand its eight-minute episodes into 22 minutes for Season 2.
USA Netowrk has renewed Shooter for a third season, series star Ryan Phillippe announced Monday morning.
FXX has renewed the Stephen Falk romantic comedy for one final season to wrap up the story of Jimmy and Gretchen.