"Get Shorty" (Epix): Epix renewed the series loosely inspired by the book and movie for a 10-episode second season, coming in 2018."Transparent" (Amazon): Before Season 4 begins streaming (on Sept.“Someone has to do it in order to get the education out there,” she said.
How does Netflix decide what to ax, given its freedom from the demands of typical TV networks?
Hastings said that the company weighs “a mix” of factors, including viewership and subscriber growth.
That also means it's the time of year when fans are getting the final word on which shows will live to see another day (well, duh, "NCIS" and "The Big Bang Theory") and which ones are done for ("Last Man Standing" and "Dr.
Ken" are leaving vacant space on ABC Fridays.) NOTE: See all our regular updates on renewals and cancellations in the lists below) But even before the official 2017-2018 schedule presentations, networks have been delivering good and bad news.
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The company famously does not disclose its own viewership numbers, but critical reception for was lukewarm at best, despite its lead actress’s capable performance.
The major TV networks are announcing their schedules for the 2017-2018 TV season at the annual "upfronts," when programmers try to impress advertisers.
News was less happy for "Pitch," as Fox canceled the freshman baseball drama.