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TNT cancels Men of a Certain Age

This is no laughing matter!

Last week, I wrote a heartfelt love letter to TNT’s Men of a Certain Age that explained why it would leave a huge void in the TV schedule if it was canceled. Well, TNT officially gave word today that won’t be renewing the show.

From a business standpoint, I understand the decision. The series had lousy ratings. And when I say lousy, I mean… Continue reading TNT cancels Men of a Certain Age

Starz cancels ‘Camelot’

Starz has cancelled its Arthurian fantasy Camelot after one season.

Camelot received middling reviews from critics and had somewhat ho-hum ratings, averaging less than a million viewers per episode. The lavish series also had trouble generating much buzz after it launched alongside HBO’s breakout fantasy Game of Thrones and Showtime’s better-reviewed historical drama The Borgias. Starz’ genre fans can at least look forward to the upcoming Torchwood and the… Continue reading Starz cancels ‘Camelot’

Starz Cancels Camelot

Fellas, are we all looking at the same thing?

Camelot was canceled by Starz today after a season of poor ratings and lukewarm reviews that even Eva Green’s boobies couldn’t fix. But good on her for trying. [EW]

… Syfy’s Being Human—which is legitimately good, so watch it!—has added to its cast for Season 2. Dichen Lachman, the oddly attractive vixen formerly of Dollhouse, will play royal vampire… Continue reading Starz Cancels Camelot

Hey Hollywood, The Shat is officially up for grabs! EW has learned that CBS handed out pink slips to the William Shatner starrer $ #*! My Dad Says, along with The Defenders and the comedy Mad Love to make room for a new crop of fall shows. Says showed promise early in the season before its ratings started to  CBS cancels ‘The Defenders’ and William Shatner

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NBC cancels ‘The Event’

I’ll tell you what The Event is not: A second season renewal. NBC is passing on picking up its sci-fi action-drama for another round. Though the series about aliens covertly living among us started strongly for the network, it faded gradually in the ratings and, after its winter hiatus, fell below the line. Event averaged  NBC cancels ‘The Event’

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