serien talk

  • So die Season 2017-18 geht zu Ende es ist also an der Zeit mal nach zu sehen was uns verlassen und erhalten wird/bleibt.


    Fangen wir mit den Shows an die endeten oder definitiv jetzt enden, es fehlt Killjoys da deren letzte Staffel(05) noch dieses Jahr ansteht:
    BROADCAST


    “The Middle” (ABC) – series finale airs May 22, 2018
    “New Girl” (FOX) – series finale airs May 15, 2018
    “Once Upon a Time” (ABC) – series finale airs May 18, 2018
    “The Originals” (The CW) – premiered April 20, 2018
    “Scandal” (ABC) – series finale aired April 19, 2018
    “Shades of Blue” (NBC) – premieres June 17, 2018


    CABLE/STREAMING


    “12 Monkeys” (Syfy)
    “The Americans” (FX) – premiered March 28, 2018
    “Being Mary Jane” (BET) – Season 4 ended Sept. 19, 2017; 2-hour finale movie in 2018
    “Halt and Catch Fire” (AMC) – series finale aired Oct. 14, 2017
    “Love” (Netflix) – premiered March 9, 2018
    “Major Crimes” (TNT) – series finale aired Jan. 9, 2018
    “The Mindy Project” (Hulu) – series finale streamed Nov. 14, 2017
    “Nashville” (CMT) – premiered Jan. 4, 2018
    “Portlandia” (IFC) – premiered Jan. 18, 2018
    “Red Oaks” (Amazon) – premiered Oct. 20, 2017
    “Star Wars Rebels” (Disney X D) – series finale aired March 5, 2018
    “Survivor’s Remorse” (Starz) – series finale aired Oct. 15, 2017
    “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” (Netflix) – premieres May 30, 2018
    “Vice Principals” (HBO) – series finale aired Nov. 12, 2017
    “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s” (OWN) – premieres May 1, 2018; series finale June 9, 2018
    “Young & Hungry” (Freeform) – final episodes premiere June 20, 2018


    Auf gehts zu den Serien denen der Hahn abgedreht wurde:
    BROADCAST


    “Harry” (Syndicated) – ending in summer 2018
    “Life Sentence” (The CW)
    “Living Biblically” (CBS)
    “The Mayor” (ABC)
    “Me, Myself & I” (CBS)
    “The Night Shift” (NBC)
    “Ten Days in the Valley” (ABC)
    “Valor” (The CW)
    “Wisdom of the Crowd” (CBS)
    “Zoo” (CBS)


    CABLE/STREAMING


    “Ash vs. Evil Dead” (Starz)
    “Barstool Van Talk” (ESPN2)
    “Beyond” (Freeform)
    “Chance” (Hulu)
    “Chelsea” (Netflix)
    “Damnation” (USA)
    “Dice” (Showtime)
    “Difficult People” (Hulu)
    “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency” (BBC America)
    “Disjointed” (Netflix)
    “Everything Sucks!” (Netflix)
    “Game Shakers” (Nick)
    “Graves” (Epix)
    “Haters Back Off” (Netflix)
    “Here and Now” (HBO)
    “I Love Dick” (Amazon)
    “Jean-Claude Van Johnson” (Amazon)
    “Lady Dynamite” (Netflix)
    “The Librarians” (TNT)
    “Lopez” (TV Land)
    “The Mist” (Spike)
    “Mozart in the Jungle” (Amazon)
    “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn” (Nickelodeon)
    “One Mississippi” (Amazon)
    “The Path” (Hulu)
    “Playing House” (USA)
    “The Quad” (BET)
    “School of Rock” (Nickelodeon)
    “Seven Seconds” (Netflix)
    “Still the King” (CMT)
    “Throwing Shade” (TV Land)
    “White Famous” (Showtime)


    Und zu guter letzt, die die bereits nächste Sesaon wieder kommen werden und oder uns länger erhalten bleiben, yeah:
    BROADCAST


    “48 Hours” (CBS)
    “60 Minutes” (CBS)
    “The 100” (The CW)
    “9-1-1” (FOX)
    “The $100,000 Pyramid” (ABC)
    “The Amazing Race” (CBS)
    “American Idol” (ABC)
    “America’s Funniest Home Videos” (ABC)
    “America’s Got Talent” (NBC)
    “AP Bio” (NBC)
    “Arrow” (The CW)
    “The Bachelor” (ABC)
    “The Big Bang Theory” (CBS)
    “Big Brother” (CBS)
    “Black Lightning” (The CW)
    “Blue Bloods” (CBS)
    “Bull” (CBS)
    “Celebrity Family Feud” (ABC)
    “Child Support” (ABC)
    “Cosmos” (FOX/Nat Geo) – last aired in 2014
    “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (The CW)
    “Dancing With the Stars” (ABC)
    “Days of Our Lives” (NBC)
    “Dynasty” (The CW)
    “Ellen’s Game of Games” (NBC)
    “Empire” (FOX)
    “The Flash” (The CW)
    “The Four: Battle for Stardom” (FOX)
    “The Gifted” (FOX)
    “The Goldbergs” (ABC)
    “The Gong Show” (ABC)
    “The Good Doctor” (ABC)
    “Good Girls” (NBC)
    “The Good Place” (NBC)
    “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC)
    “Hawaii Five-0” (CBS)
    “Hell’s Kitchen” (FOX)
    “Hollywood Game Night” (NBC)
    “Jane the Virgin” (The CW)
    “Legends of Tomorrow” (The CW)
    “Live with Kelly and Ryan” (Syndicated) – through 2019-20
    “MacGyver” (CBS)
    “Madam Secretary” (CBS)
    “Masters of Illusion” (The CW)
    “Match Game” (ABC)
    “Midnight, Texas” (NBC)
    “Modern Family” (ABC)
    “Mom” (CBS)
    “NCIS” (CBS)
    “NCIS: Los Angeles” (CBS)
    “NCIS: New Orleans” (CBS)
    “The Orville” (FOX)
    “Page Six” (Syndicated)
    “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” (The CW)
    “The Price Is Right” (CBS)
    “The Real” (Syndicated) – through 2020
    “The Resident” (FOX)
    “Riverdale” (The CW)
    “Roseanne” (ABC)
    “Salvation” (CBS)
    “SEAL Team” (CBS)
    “The Simpsons” (FOX)
    “So You Think You Can Dance” (FOX) – airs summer 2018
    “Steve” (Syndicated)
    “Supergirl” (The CW)
    “Supernatural” (The CW)
    “Superstore” (NBC)
    “Survivor” (CBS)
    “SWAT” (CBS)
    “This Is Us” (NBC)
    “Victoria” (PBS)
    “The Wall” (NBC)
    “The Wendy Williams Show” (Syndicated) – through 2019-20
    “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” (The CW)
    “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” (Syndicated)
    “Will & Grace” (NBC) – through 2019-20
    “The Young and the Restless” (CBS) – through 2019-20
    “Young Sheldon” (CBS)


    CABLE/STREAMING


    “A Series of Unfortunate Events” (Netflix) – through Season 3
    “Alexa & Katie” (Netflix)
    “Alone Together” (Freeform)
    “American Dad” (TBS) – through Season 6 on TBS/16 overall
    “American Horror Story” (FX) – through Season 9
    “American Vandal” (Netflix)
    “Andi Mack” (Disney)
    “Angie Tribeca” (TBS)
    “Animal Kingdom” (TNT)
    “Archer” (FXX)
    “At Home with Amy Sedaris” (truTV)
    “Ballers” (HBO)
    “Barry” (HBO)
    “Berlin Station” (Epix)
    “Better Things” (FX)
    “Big Mouth” (Netflix)
    “Billions” (Showtime)
    “Black Mirror” (Netflix)
    “Bosch” (Amazon)
    “Broad City” (Comedy Central)
    “Brockmire” (IFC) – through Season 4
    “Carpool Karaoke” (Apple)
    “Casual” (Hulu) – fourth and final season in 2018
    “Channel Zero” (Syfy) – through Season 4
    “Chesapeake Shores” (Hallmark)
    “The Chi” (Showtime)
    “Chrisley Knows Best” (USA)
    “Corporate” (Comedy Central)
    “Counterpart” (Starz)
    “Crashing” (HBO)
    “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (HBO)
    “Dark” (Netflix)
    “Doc McStuffins” (Disney Junior)
    “Documentary Now!” (IFC)
    “Dope” (Netflix)
    “Drop the Mic” (TBS)
    “Drug Lords” (Netflix)
    “Drunk History” (Comedy Central)
    “Fear the Walking Dead” (AMC)
    “Final Space” (TBS)
    “Fleabag” (Amazon)
    “Floribama Shore” (MTV)
    “Full Frontal with Samatha Bee” (TBS) – through 2020
    “Fuller House” (Netflix)
    “Future Man” (Hulu)
    “The Good Fight” (CBS All Access)
    “Grace and Frankie” (Netflix)
    “Grown-ish” (Freeform)
    “The Handmaid’s Tale” (Hulu)
    “Happy!” (Syfy)
    “High Maintenance” (HBO)
    “Homeland” (Showtime)
    “House of Cards” (Netflix)
    “I Love You, America” (Hulu)
    “Ink Master” (Paramount)
    “Insecure” (HBO)
    “Jack Ryan” (Amazon)
    “Jessica Jones” (Netflix)
    “The Jim Jefferies Show” (Comedy Central)
    “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” (E!) – through 2020
    “Killing Eve” (BBC America)
    “Killjoys” (Syfy) – through Season 5
    “The Last O.G.” (TBS)
    “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” (HBO) – through Season 7 in 2020
    “Lore” (Amazon)
    “Loudermilk” (Audience Network)
    “The Magicians” (Syfy)
    “Man at Arms: Art of War” (El Rey)
    “Mindhunter” (Netflix)
    “Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return” (Netflix)
    “Nailed It!” (Netflix)
    “Narcos” (Netflix)
    “No Activity” (CBS All Access)
    “The Oath” (Crackle)
    “On My Block” (Netflix)
    “One Day at a Time” (Netflix)
    “Orange Is the New Black” (Netflix) – through Season 7
    “Power” (Starz) – through Season 6
    “Preacher” (AMC)
    “Project Runway” (Lifetime) – through Season 18
    “Project Runway All Stars” (Lifetime) – through Season 7
    “The Punisher” (Netflix)
    “Pure” (WGN America)
    “Queen Sugar” (OWN)
    “Queer Eye” (Netflix)
    “Ray Donovan” (Showtime)
    “Real Time with Bill Maher” (HBO) – through 2020
    “Runaways” (Hulu)
    “Santa Clarita Diet” (Netflix)
    “Search Party” (TBS)
    “Shameless” (Showtime)
    “She’s Gotta Have It” (Netflix)
    “Shooter” (USA)
    “Silicon Valley” (HBO)
    “The Sinner” (USA)
    “SMILF” (Showtime)
    “Snoop Dogg Presents The Joker’s Wild” (TBS)
    “South Park” (Comedy Central) – through 2019
    “Star Trek: Discovery” (CBS All Access)
    “Startup” (Crackle)
    “The Story of God with Morgan Freeman” (Nat Geo)
    “Stranger Things” (Netflix)
    “Strike Back” (Cinemax)
    “Suits” (USA)
    “The Tick” (Amazon)
    “Tosh.0” (Comedy Central) – through 2020
    “The Toys That Made Us” (Netflix)
    “Transparent” (Amazon)
    “UnReal” (Lifetime) – through Season 4
    “Van Helsing” (Syfy)
    “The Walking Dead” (AMC)
    “Watch What Happens Live” (Bravo) – through 2020
    “Westworld” (HBO)
    “Younger” (TV Land)
    “You’re the Worst” (FXX) – final season in 2018
    “The Zimmern List” (Travel)


    Alles was fehlt ist On the Bubble, das heißt deren Schicksal entscheidet sich in den nächsten Wochen.

  • Lucifer is canceld iZombie renewed for Season 5, Wayward Sisters(Supernatural Spin-off is dead).
    Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Exorcist is cancled uuuuuuuund ABC revived Last man Standing.
    ‘Inhumans,’ ‘Deception,’ ‘The Crossing,’ ‘Kevin Probably Saves the World’ Canceled by ABC
    ‘Designated Survivor’ and ‘Quantico’ canceled at ABC


    Here is every new series the broadcast networks have picked up for the 2018-19 season. The list will be updated as more pickups are made.
    ABC


    Drama


    “A Million Little Things”: Four friends (James Roday, Romany Malco, David Giuntoli and Ron Livingston) who are all “stuck” in their lives get a serious wake-up call when one of them dies. DJ Nash (“Growing Up Fisher”) created the series.


    “The Rookie”: Nathan Fillion (“Castle”) plays a middle-aged guy who enrolls at the L.A. Police Academy, becoming its oldest cadet by a long shot. Another “Castle” veteran, Alexi Hawley, created the show.


    “Take Two”: A gender-swapped spin on the “Castle” concept from that show’s creator, Andrew Marlowe, and one of its exec producers, Terri Edda Miller (who are also married). Rachel Bilson plays an actress in a career downswing who starts shadowing a private detective (Eddie Cibrian) in hopes of a comeback. Ordered straight to series but not formally picked up yet.
    CBS


    Drama


    “FBI”: A procedural from producer Dick Wolf set inside the bureau’s New York office. The cast includes Jeremy Sisto, Missy Peregrym and Connie Nielsen; Craig Turk (“The Good Wife,” “Private Practice”) created it.


    Comedy


    “Murphy Brown”: A revival of the network’s Emmy-winning series that ran for 10 seasons from 1988-98. Creator Diane English and cast members Candice Bergen, Faith Ford, Grant Shaud, Joe Regalbuto are returning.


    Untitled Damon Wayans Jr.: Wayans and Amber Stevens West play a married couple who “reconnect with their younger, cooler selves” when a pop star (Felix Mallard) moves into their home. Inspired by EP Ben Winston, who for a time had Harry Styles (also an exec producer) as a housemate. Austen Earl and Tim McAuliffe created the show.


    “Welcome to the Neighborhood”: The “nicest guy in the Midwest” (Josh Lawson) moves his family to an L.A. neighborhood unaccustomed to his extreme friendliness. Also starring Cedric the Entertainer, Tichina Arnold and Dreama Walker; created by Jim Reynolds (“The Big Bang Theory”).
    FOX


    Drama


    “The Passage”: A thriller centered on a 10-year-old girl (Saniyya Sidney) who’s a test subject at a secret government facility and the federal agent (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) who becomes a father figure to her. Elizabeth Heldens (“Friday Night Lights,” “The Orville”) created the show.


    “Proven Innocent”: Centers on a lawyer (Rachelle LeFevre) who leads a wrongful-conviction practice and is driven by her past as a wrongfully convicted (and infamous) defendant. Also starring Russell Hornsby, Vincent Kartheiser, Nikki M. James, Riley Smith and Clare O’Connor; created by David Elliot (“G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra”).


    Comedy


    “The Cool Kids”: Three friends in a retirement community (David Alan Grier, Leslie Jordan, Martin Mull) have their routines shaken up by the arrival of a new resident (Vicki Lawrence). FOX is calling the show from “It’s Always Sunny’s” Charlie Day and writer Paul Fruchbom “high school with 70-somethings.”


    “Rel”: Lil Rel Howery (“Get Out,” “The Carmichael Show”) stars in and co-created this show about a guy who has his life upended and starts over in Chicago. Writers Kevin Barnett and Josh Rabinowitz created the show with Howery.
    NBC


    Drama


    “The Enemy Within”: A former CIA agent and convicted traitor (Jennifer Carpenter) is sprung from prison to help the FBI in counter-espionage operations. Morris Chestnut, Raza Jaffrey and Kelli Garner also star; Ken Woodruff (“Gotham”) created the series.


    “The Gilded Age”: A show set in 1880s New York from “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes — which was initially ordered to series way back in 2012 — is set for a 2019 premiere. No cast as of yet.


    “The InBetween”: A woman (Harriet Dyer) who is gifted/cursed with the ability to communicate with the dead reluctantly agrees to use her abilities to help a long-time friend (Paul Blackthorne), who happens to be a detective, solve a murder case. From writer and exec producer Moira Kirland (“Medium,” “Madam Secretary”).


    “Manifest”: When an airliner lands after a turbulent flight, its passengers and crew are relieved, thinking they’ve made it through a bumpy few hours. To the outside world, though, they’ve been gone for five years. Jeff Rake (“The Mysteries of Laura”) created the show; the cast includes Melissa Roxburgh, Josh Dallas, Athena Karkanis and J.R. Ramirez, among others.


    “New Amsterdam”: A medical drama based on New York’s Bellevue Hospital, centered on the facility’s new medical director (Ryan Eggold, “The Blacklist”) who’s focused on cutting back bureaucracy and enhancing patient care. It comes from writer David Schulner (“Emerald City,” “Do No Harm”).


    “The Village”: Follows the lives and close bonds among the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building — and reads as though it’s aiming for a “This Is Us”-like tearjerker vibe. Mike Daniels (“Shades of Blue,” “Sons of Anarchy”) created the show, whose cast includes Moran Atias, Michaela McManus, Frankie Faison, Lorraine Toussaint and Dominic Chianese.


    Comedy


    “Abby’s”: Follows the regulars and the proprietor (Natalie Morales) of an unlicensed back-yard bar in San Diego. Created by Josh Malmuth (“New Girl,” “Superstore”), who executive produces with director Pamela Fryman (“How I Met Your Mother”) and Michael Schur (“The Good Place”).

  • Zitat von Painkiller

    Abgesetzt: Diese 33 Serien werden nicht verlängert

    Seh ich da nicht :D


    Das ist nur nen Bild mit Lucifer und Brooklynn Nine-Nine, ersteres ist abgesetzt, letzteres hat den Sender gewechselt. Und wo sind die Infos.
    Nicht das mich das jetzt so sehr interessiert, weil mir ist das alles schon lange bekannt, aber anderen halt nicht. Oder willst du die Leute dazu animieren kino.de zu besuchen?
    Aktuelle wäre imho interessanter zu Pokern welche der neuen Serie es überhaupt schafft, waren die meisten Pilotfolgen alle recht gut (imo ausser Magnum P.I. 2018 Jay Hernandez sieht etwas überfordert aus und Charmed 2018 zu viel #timesup Aktivismus) fallen die weiteren Episoden stark ab. Einzig God friended me hält sein Niveau. Aber entscheidend sind die Quoten und der Buzz und wie wird The Connors(eigentlich 11. Staffel von Roseanne, aber nachdem Frau Barr unglückliche Kommentare gelandet hat musste sie gehen und man probiert ein rebranding) abschneiden? Oder wird The Last Man Standing es erneut schaffen, trotz der heftigen Änderungen, nach dem es vor nem Jahr abgesetzt wurde und nun Sender gewechselt hat und viel Casting ändert.
    Leathal Weapon ist wohl nach den 10 Folgen der vierten Staffel auch am Ende, dabei finde ich das sie den Weggang von Clayne Crawford gut verarbeitet haben und das rework mit Sean Wiliam Scott gut umgesetzt haben, aber Damon Wayans hat nun auch abgesagt, da muß es gewaltig im argen sein bei der Produktion("Ich werd zu alt für den Scheiß").

  • Diese Neuerscheinungen auf Netflix und Amazon im Februar 2019 sind wirklich sehenswert




    Quelle: https://ze.tt/diese-neuerschei…sind-wirklich-sehenswert/

  • Lol so wie der Artikel aufgemacht ist erinnert mich das an:


    Neulich an der Ampel.

    Warum bleibst du stehen? - Jetzt ist rot!

    Ja aber gleich ist grün! - Ja aber JETZT ist rot!

    Hmmmh aber GLEICH ist es grün. - JAAHHH ABER Jetzt, IST ROT!!

    (Erschrocken) Huch warum fährst du denn los? - (stöhnt) Jetzt ist grün.

    Ja aber gleich ist es rot...


    Das war doch klar wie frisches Wasser. :-)