The Millers is no more.
CBS has canceled the comedy after airing four episodes of its sophomore season, EW has learned.
Rashida Jones took to Twitter to spread the word: The actress-producer’s comedy A to Z isn’t really canceled.
Yet many outlets have reported the NBC show, along with its time slot companion Bad Judge, as axed—even though there are still more episodes of each left to air. Deadline’s headline said “canceled.” THR, Variety and EW hedged just slightly with “to end,” “ending” and “to cancel,” respectively.
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AMC is refocusing on scripted content, thereby canceling nearly all of its reality shows. Specifically, the network will continue to air Talking Dead, the promotional companion to The Walking Dead, and Comic Book Men, with all other unscripted projects coming to an end.
“Scripted originals are at the core of the AMC brand,” AMC said in a statement. “Iconic shows like Mad Men, Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead have driven AMC’s evolution into a must-have television network. We are proud of our efforts in unscripted programming and the unique worlds we have been able to introduce, but in an environment of exploding content options for viewers, we have decided to make scripted programming our priority.”
In terms of scripted shows, AMC has multiple upcoming projects to fill its time, from Badlands to Better Call Saul, and a potential companion series to The Walking Dead, among others. And given the success of its scripted work and the solid performance of AMC movies, the network has decided to cut the least valuable player from its lineup.
After a three-season run, Dallas has been canceled.
TNT announced on Friday that the primetime soap opera, a reboot of the 1980s classic, will not be returning for a fourth season.
“TNT has decided not to renew Dallas. We are extremely proud of the series, which defied expectations by standing as a worthy continuation of the Ewing saga. We want to thank everyone involved with the show, from the extraordinary cast to the impeccable production team, led by the show’s creative forces, [executive producers] Cynthia Cidre and Mike Robin,” a TNT spokesperson said in a statement. “We especially want to thank the people of Dallas for their warm and generous hospitality during the production of the series.”
While the reboot kicked off with impressive ratings in 2012, its viewership shrank after the death of Larry Hagman, who had reprised his pivotal role of J.R. Ewing, in November 2012. The 81-year-old was filming the second season of the show at the time. In addition to Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray were also among the cast members from the original series. New to the series for the reboot were Juan Pablo Di Pace, Julie Gonzalo, Brenda Strong, Josh Henderson, Jordana Brewster, and Jesse Metcalfe.
A&E has canceled Longmire after three seasons, EW has confirmed.
The modern western starred Robert Taylor as the unflappable and recently widowed sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyoming. The third season capped off with 3.7 million viewers and 0.6 in the 18-49 demographic, down from its season 2 finale.
Discovery has canceled Sons of Guns in the wake of its star Will Hayden being charged with the rape of a child, EW has confirmed.
Hayden was first arrested earlier this month for the alleged rape of a 12-year-old girl. After being released on bail, he was arrested again on Tuesday and charged with aggravated rape.