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Filming begins in early 2018, moving out of Los Angles for the first time after five seasons.
The final eight episodes of the Jason Reitman comedy will air in 2018.
Amanda Lasher joins Freeform drama series as executive producer/showrunner.
HBO has renewed Last Week Tonight With John Oliver for three more seasons, which will see the late night comedy news show run through 2020 on the premium cable network.
Showtime drama I’m Dying Up Here, a drama about the standup comedy scene, has been renewed for a second season.
Syfy has canceled one space drama, Dark Matter, and given another – Killjoys – a two-season order to end the show.
Jeremy Saulnier, the director of Blue Ruin and Green Room has come on to executive produce and direct alongside series creator Nic Pizzolatto.
Critically acclaimed British comedy Fleabag will return for a second season, but not until 2019, announced BBC and creator/star Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
James Van Der Beek, Orlando Jones, Nat Wolff, Mae Whitman, Philip Baker Hall, Keir Gilchrist, Meloni Diaz, Karan Soni, Tony Todd and Jay Duplass are among the actors who have appeared in the first season of the show.
Neflix has renewed comedy Friends From College for a second season following lackluster reviews for its first season.
Insecure is currently airing its second season while Ballers airs its third. Both shows have seen record viewership this year.
Lifetime has renewed its Bachelor-esque BTS drama UnReal for a fourth season and new drama Mary Kills People for Season 2. Both series will return in 2018.
The second season is expected to find Colleen Wing (Jessica Henwick) teaming up with NYPD detective Misty Knight (Simone Missick) from Luke Cage, as originally seen in the Marvel comics.
Fans of The L Word, get ready: Showtime is developing a new season of its popular and beloved female-centric LGBTQ drama. Co-creator Ilene Chaiken will be back as well as an executive producer.
Recently wrapped freshman series Genius has announced its subject for season two will be Pablo Picasso. Season one, which according to National Geographic Channel was seen by 45 million people around the world, centered on scientist Albert Einstein.