Carrie Wittmer, provided by Published 9:46 am CDT, Friday, October 12, 2018 PHOTOS: See which of your favorite TV shows won't be returning ... PHOTOS: See which of your favorite TV shows won't be returning ... Photo: Â© 2017 American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. QuanticoABC canceled the series after three seasons. Quantico ABC canceled the series after three seasons. Photo: ABC Designated SurvivorABC canceled the series after two seasons. Designated Survivor ABC canceled the series after two seasons. Photo: ABC Ten Days in the ValleyABC canceled the series after just one season. Ten Days in the Valley ABC canceled the series after just one season. Photo: ABC window._taboola = … [Read more...] about All these TV shows are ending in 2018
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By Chuck Barney | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: October 9, 2018 at 10:12 am | UPDATED: October 9, 2018 at 11:16 am OK, by now your DVR is panting and wheezing. And maybe — just maybe — you’ve had a chance to sample the gadzillion (give or take a few) new fall TV shows. So which ones are you sticking with? And which ones are you discarding like a bag of stenchy garbage? Judging from the ratings, people seem to be digging NBC’s “Manifest,” the eerie airplane drama that arrived with “Lost”-like vibes. Thus far, it’s the most-watched new drama of the season. “God Friended Me” on CBS also got off to a good start, and so did the NBC medical drama “New Amsterdam.” On the other hand, the “Magnum P.I.” reboot on CBS doesn’t seem to be thrilling audiences. And ABC’s “A Million Little Things,” which enjoyed a big promotional push coming into the … [Read more...] about Fall TV’s new shows: Which one is your favorite?
A pair of CBS dramas almost outdid NBC's "Lost"-like series debut Tony Maglio, provided by Published 12:34 pm PDT, Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 12 New Fall TV Shows Ranked by Premiere Viewers: From ‘Manifest’ to ‘Rel’ (Photos) 1 / 1 Back to Gallery NBC and CBS split Fall TV premiere week in Nielsen TV ratings and among total viewers, so it should come as no surprise that the broadcast networks combined currently boast the Top 7 most-watched new series debuts of the season. (OK, so it’s Top 6 if you don’t count CBS’ “Murphy Brown” revival as a *new* show.) Read the full article on The Wrap … [Read more...] about 12 New Fall TV Shows Ranked by Premiere Viewers: From ‘Manifest’ to ‘Rel’ (Photos)
By Jeanne Jakle Published 12:33 pm CDT, Thursday, September 20, 2018 Gary (S.A. native James Roday), center, and friends Eddie (David Giuntoli), left, and Rome (Romany Malco) try to take the edge off their grief following a pal's suicide with a silly selfie taken at a Boston Bruins game in the premiere episode of “A Million Little Things,” one of several new TV shows featuring Texas stars. less Gary (S.A. native James Roday), center, and friends Eddie (David Giuntoli), left, and Rome (Romany Malco) try to take the edge off their grief following a pal's suicide with a silly selfie taken at a Boston ... more Photo: ABC James Roday: Taft High School graduate Roday (center, with David Giuntoli and Romany Malco) plays Gary in “A Million Little Things,” which has been compared to “thirtysomethign” and the movie “The Big Chill.” Along with his two close pals and … [Read more...] about San Antonio native among Texas stars on fall TV
Mike Snider USA TODAY Published 8:46 AM EDT Sep 17, 2018 The arrival of the new fall TV season used to be a big thing. However, with more viewers cutting and shaving the pay-TV cord – and some simply bypassing traditional pay TV for broadband-delivered content – the major networks have seen their hold on audiences diminished. These days, new TV shows arrive and returning series hit throughout the year on a growing variety of channels. For instance, Season 2 of Netflix's "Ozark" landed two weeks ago, the same day Amazon Prime Video launched "Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan." And Hulu just fired off its newest series "The First" with Sean Penn. "A lot of the luster of the fall lineup has basically gone," said Rob Silvershein, a former TV executive with Plano, Texas, research firm The Diffusion Group. As viewers have gone from digital video recorders to streaming video on Netflix and Amazon, "the excitement of the fall season is disappearing," … [Read more...] about Streaming fall TV: How to watch all your shows after cutting the cord