HawthoRNe: Season Three of TNT Series Coming in June

Hawthorne season threeTNT’s medical drama, HawthoRNe, which stars Jada Pinkett-Smith, will be back for a third season this spring. The first of 10 new episodes will debut on Tuesday, June 14th — paired with the kick off of the second season of Memphis Beat.

Pinkett-Smith stars as Christina Hawthorne, the impassioned Chief Nursing Officer at James River Hospital. Michael Vartan also stars and Marc Anthony has just been added as a series regular. Anthony guest-starred last season as police detective Nick Renata and his role has been expanded.

HawthoRNe debuted in June of 2009 with a 1.2 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 3.8 million viewers. The numbers came down from there but were still strong enough to merit a renewal. Airing last summer, season two averaged a 0.9 rating in the demo and 3.09 million viewers.

The series was renewed for season three back in mid-September for another round of 10 episodes.

What do you think? Are you glad that HawthoRNe’s coming back? Looking forward to Anthony becoming a regular?

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  1. shay says

    please bring the shoe hawthorne back it was hot and I strongly believe that it will do ten times better because more ppl know about the show. I watched it on Netflix and went crazy lol and I finished all the season I crave more & more bring her back…

  2. Latoya says

    Plz say its coming back for another season unfortunately I got into it on Netflix
    Do I’m late but I’m do addicted, I can’t take it if it doesn’t come back I wanna see what the fate of nick, and Christina and tom

  3. says

    I am oober enthused that they are coming back. It made no sense to cancel them. I hope that the writers continue to keep it hott and worth the wait.

  4. smiley says

    why did they take her off? are they going to put her back on? every body do what they want to do on tv it’s a same.

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