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Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce TV show on Bravo (cancel or renew?)

Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce

Inspired by the Girlfriends' Guide book series by Vicki Iovine, this scripted series follows Abby McCarthy (Lisa Edelstein), a self-help book author and guru of all things family. She shocks the world when she reveals that her seemingly perfect life has all been a lie...
Crossbones TV show on NBC

Crossbones

This action drama is set in the year 1729 and takes place on the secret island of Santa Compana. Barbarous pirate Edward "Blackbeard" Teach (John Malkovich) reigns over a rogue nation of thieves, outlaws and miscreants. Selima El Sharad (Yasmine Al Massri) is Blackbeard's love interest and intellectual equal as they rule the island of pirates. Part shantytown, part utopia, and part marauder's paradise, this is a place like no other. Blackbeard has designs on the longitude chronometer, an invention that will change the world. During a massive attack on an English vessel, his most trusted pirates attempt to steal the device. But on board is Tom Lowe (Richard Coyle), an English spy working undercover as ship's surgeon. Lowe's mission is to prevent the chronometer from falling into the hands of pirates -- and to assassinate Blackbeard, should the opportunity arise. Taken as prisoner to Santa Compana, Lowe must find a way to reassemble the precious chronometer, all while trying to uncover Blackbeard's master plan. It's a plan that includes a greater threat to the English throne than merely pirates. Other characters include Kate Balfour (Claire Foy), Charlie Rider (David Hoflin), Nenna Ajanlekoko (Tracy Ifeachor), and Tim Fletch (Chris Perfetti).
Siberia: canceled or renewed?

Siberia

The storyline of this scripted series begins in 1908, when an unexplained event occurs deep in the remote Siberian territory of Tunguska. More than 100 years later, 16 reality-show participants descend on Tunguska -- unknowing of the land's mysterious past. ...
does someone have to go? canceled or renewed?

Does Someone Have to Go?

On this reality show, the boardroom doors are blown wide open by employees who are given the power to make the tough decisions. Frustrated bosses hand over the reins of their companies to the employees, offering their respective staffs a chance to make changes in the workplace -- even if it means laying off their co-workers.
Matador TV show on El Rey

Matador

This action TV series revolves popular soccer star Antonio "Tony" Bravo (Gabriel Luna). A world-class athlete from Boyle Heights known as "Matador," Tony is known for his ventures both on and off the field. Charismatic, successful, and a player who can turn a game around with...
The Winner Is on NBC: canceled or renewed?

The Winner Is

Each episode of this singing competition/game show features six acts (made up of ordinary people) as they go head-to-head with others and sing for a shot at a million-dollar grand prize. The aim of the game is simple: contestants must believe in their own performance, edge out their competition, and avoid cash temptations to move forward. There are three rounds in each installment. In the first round, the contestants are offered $10,000 to leave the game, $25,000 in round two, and then $50,000 in round three. Resisting these offers and winning over the audience is the only way to win a spot in the finale -- where the offers rise dramatically and lead two lucky acts to a final showdown worth $1,000,000.
TBS Sullivan and Son TV series

Sullivan & Son

Unfulfilled with his life as a successful corporate lawyer in New York, Steve Sullivan (Steve Byrne) returns home to Pittsburgh for his father's 60th birthday. While there, he learns that his Irish-American father and Korean mother -- Jack (Dan Lauria) and Ok Cha Sullivan (Jodi Long) -- are preparing to sell the multi-generational family business, a bar known as Sullivan & Son. It doesn't take Steve long to realize that he really belongs in the old neighborhood and starts helping to run Sullivan & Son. He becomes the bar's resident "bartender/lawyer" and seeks a more meaningful and rewarding new life.
TV series Longmire on A&E

Longmire

Set in Big Sky country, this thriller TV show is based on the Walt Longmire Mystery novels by best-selling author Craig Johnson. Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor) is the charismatic, dedicated and unflappable sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyoming. Recently widowed, Longmire is a man in psychic repair that buries his pain behind a brave face and dry wit. He's known for his manners, strength, and old fashioned approach. His dedication to the law and his passion for the great West make him a desirable lawman. Victoria 'Vic' Moretti (Katee Sackhoff) is the newest addition to the sheriff's office. Leaving the homicide division in Philadelphia after five years, Vic is still adjusting to dealing with the locals in her new town. Her playful relationship with Longmire holds a deeper connection that allows her to be his most trusted deputy. Vic is out to prove she isn't a rookie and to show she is capable and loyal. Henry Standing Bear (Lou Diamond Phillips) is Walt's lifelong best friend and a local bar owner. Henry is a handsome and charming Cheyenne who is fiercely protective of his tribe and serves as Walt's go-between with the reservation. Being a business owner, he is comfortable with progress and modernity while maintaining a connection with his past, unlike his close friend. Deputy Branch Connally (Bailey Chase) is a go-getter with blind confidence. He has political aspirations that often motivate him more than solving cases. His resentment toward Walt's outdated approach further inspire him to run for sheriff, especially after feeling that he is picking up his boss's slack. He wants to bring Absaroka County into the 21st century, and he longs to update the sheriff's station with the technology that other law enforcement agencies use. Another deputy, The Ferg (Adam Bartley), is a big guy with the heart of a puppy dog. He is loyal, sweet, well-meaning and eager to please. A gifted fly-fisherman who knows how to hunt and fix things, The Ferg has a long way to go as an investigator. Even though he may not be a perfect fit for the job, he is no coward. Cady Longmire (Cassidy Freeman) is Walt's only child and an attorney with dreams of the big city. After the death of her mother, Cady has taken it upon herself to help her father get his life back together. She is keenly aware of his imperfections and is the only one not afraid to point them out. Her straight talk and sense of humor connect this father-daughter duo even though they both tend to drive the other crazy.
State of Affairs TV show on NBC

State of Affairs

This dramatic thriller series follows a top CIA analyst named Charleston Tucker (Katherine Heigl) who assembles the President of the United States' Daily Briefing (PDB). This list of the most vital...
Hot in Cleveland

Hot in Cleveland

Melanie Moretti (Valerie Bertinelli) is a novelist and mother of college-age kids who's trying to get over her recent divorce. Joy Scroggs (Jane Leeves) is a Beverly Hills beautician and is known as the "Eyebrow Queen of Hollywood," helping stars like Oprah Winfrey and Ryan Seacrest. Her life starts to fall apart when she realizes she's losing her clients to younger talents. Victoria Chase (Wendie Malick) is an aging actress whose soap opera has recently been cancelled and is now being asked to audition for roles like Megan Fox's grandmother. The three middle-age best friends are on their way to a dream vacation in Paris. Melanie hopes to find love there and check another item off their "bucket list." The plane has to make an emergency landing in Cleveland and the three find there's a lot to like there -- men find them attractive, the cost of living is much lower, and it's not centered around being young and skinny like Los Angeles. They ultimately decide to stay and make a new life there. They rent a house that happens to come with a very feisty and acerbic caretaker named Elka Ostrovsky (Betty White).

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