CBS Gives Full Season Order To 'Supergirl'
Fans of the CBS series Supergirl got some great news this morning.
The network announced an order for seven more episodes of Supergirl, providing a full season of 20 episodes for the freshman drama.
On September 18, 1998, New Line Cinema released the martial arts/action-comedy film Rush Hour starring Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan. The film became an instant smash at the box office and went on to earn 250 million dollars worldwide.
Well, all of the Major Crimes fans can now breathe a sigh of relief!
The network has renewed its second highest rated series for a fifth season. Although TNT has not officially made the announcement, cast member Tony Denison was the first to announce the news via his official Twitter account.
It looks like Riley, Maya, Lucas and Farkle are growing up and heading to high school.
Disney Channel has ordered a third season of the comedy series Girl Meets World. The series was created by Michael Jacobs and April Kelly and is executive-produced by Jacobs.
It's been 25 years since we first felt the earth shake and now it's going to happen yet again!
A Tremors television series reboot is in the works and Kevin Bacon is set to return to the series and produce.
For fans of the CW series iZombie and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, it's a very good day.
The network announced today that it would be ordering five additional episodes of its freshman drama Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Although it's still not a full season for the series, it does bring its episode total to 18.
FX knows a good thing when it sees it.
With the breakaway success of the first season of Fargo and the second season continuing the streak of critical and viewer acclaim, the network has decided to renew the series for a third season.
It looks like the CBS series Code Black has been temporarily taken of life support.
The network has ordered five more episodes of the new medical drama Code Black, bringing the total number of episodes to 18.