HDNet, the high-definition TV channel owned by Internet entrepreneur and reality star Mark Cuban, has purchased the rights to air The Black Donnellys.
The drama series ran for six episodes before being pulled off the air in April and being officially cancelled in May by NBC. The peacock network released all 13 episodes online but viewers will now be able to see the baker’s dozen onscreen in high-definition — providing they have access to HDNet.
Of the series, Cuban said, “The Black Donnellys is a great show with an incredibly loyal fan and viewer base. We are excited to air all 13 episodes, including the seven that have never been shown on TV before.” Donnellys will begin airing on June 13th at 8pm ET on HDNet. Episodes will be repeated twice each night. Stay tuned!
The Black Donnellys is one of the best series that has ever aired. Too bad it took me four years to find this series. It should be picked back up and continued on the basis of it’s sheer excellence. I have watched 12 episodes and I don’t want to watch the 13th because, as you know, then it’s over. 🙁 Sadness!!!
why take a good show off the air . not enough of the voice or other crap u show like smash. the biggest loser . fashion star. are you chelsea. why dont you give people good tv
Is the black donnelley’s going to be available on DVD
this is a great show, i have the kidnapped DVD and and looking forward to the DVD on the black donnelley’s i have only been able to watch 1–10 the rest were taken off on NBC.Com
thankyou HDnet for airing the entire series the black donnellys,bravo!!