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It should have ended at the end of the last season.
Season 6 is a let down so far for me.

Lets hope 7 is better to end on a high.

DRM "manages access" in the same way that Prison "manages freedom".
http://xkcd.com/488/

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Netflix has vetoed Designated Survivor‘s hope for a fourth season, cancelling the ABC cast-off after a 10-episode try-out on the streaming service.

“We are proud to have offered fans a third season of Designated Survivor, and will continue to carry all three seasons for years to come,” reads a statement from Netflix. “We’re especially thankful to star and executive producer Kiefer Sutherland, who brought passion, dedication and an unforgettable performance as President Kirkman. We’re also grateful to showrunner/executive producer Neal Bear for his guiding vision and steady hand, creator/executive producer David Guggenheim and EPs Mark Gordon, Suzan Bymel, Simon Kinberg, Aditya Sood and Peter Noah along with the cast and crew who crafted a compelling and satisfying final season.”

Designated Survivor Cancelled Again, This Time by Netflix

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A couple of quick updates...

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Event Horizon TV Series? Sounds promising! smile

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EXCLUSIVE: Nightly newsmagazine Vice News Tonight is returning to TV on Viceland, the basic cable network joint venture of Vice Media and A+E Networks.

VNT had been looking for a new home after HBO in June opted not to renew the program after also ending Vice’s weekly newsmagazine following a seven-year run. At the time, Vice Media, run by CEO Nancy Dubuc, made a leadership change at the news division, installing Jesse Angelo as news and entertainment chief and parting ways with Josh Tyrangiel.

Angelo is spearheading the new incarnation of VNT on Viceland. The program will serve as a new nightly primetime anchor for the channel, succeeding variety series Vice Live, which was canceled in April after a two-month run.

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Just as I did with A.P. Bio after it was resurrected, I removed Vice News Tonight from the main list.

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scorpius074 wrote:

Just as I did with A.P. Bio after it was resurrected, I removed Vice News Tonight from the main list.

What are you saying? You expect a lower quality?

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lighton wrote:

What are you saying? You expect a lower quality?

I hope not. Why do you ask? smile

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Ah! Only now do I realize that you meant "I removed Vice News Tonight from the list at https://forum.next-episode.net/viewtopi … 53#p160853". cool

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Cancellation Watch Breaking News: Netflix Renews 3% for a Fourth and Final Season
While the news apparently has not made it widely to the U.S. yet, the Netflix Brazil Twitter account passed on the announcement from series creator Pedro Aguilera that the dystopian series 3% has been renewed for a fourth and final season. Here is the announcement translated from Portuguese courtesy of Google:

Very happy to announce that 3% are going to the fourth and last season and that everyone will be able to follow how this wonderful story ends. It’s my first original Brazilian series and I‘m already excited just thinking about the Council overthrow!

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‘Grace And Frankie’ To End With Seventh Season; Becomes Netflix’s Longest-Running Original
Grace and Frankie is set to end after its seventh and final season – but not before becoming Netflix’s longest-running original.

The digital platform has handed the Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin comedy a 16-episode run for its final season, taking the total number of episodes to 94.

This comes ahead of the premiere of season six, which will premiere in January 2020.

Fonda, Tomlin, Sam Waterston, Martin Sheen, June Diane Raphael, Brooklyn Decker, Baron Vaughn, and Ethan Embry will all return for the seventh season of the Skydance Television-produced series.

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Sci Fi TV News Briefs: Ursula Le Guin’s Earthsea Books Are Headed to Television, Hulu Grabs The Handmaid’s Tale Sequel, and More

TV Journeys to Earthsea: Yet another epic fantasy series is in development for television, this time based on Ursula Le Guin’s Earthsea books, with Jennifer Fox producing and A24 as the studio. Those books started out in 1968 as a trilogy which included A Wizard of Earthsea, The Tombs of Atuan, and The Farthest Shore, and they are set in a world that consists of a vast archipelago of hundreds of islands. The focus is on the use of magic and how the abuse of the arcane powers can impact the balance of the world. Additional books and short stories followed the original trilogy, expanding on the world of Earthsea. The books were previously adapted for television by the Sci Fi Channel as Legends of Earthsea in 2005, though that took many liberties with the source material and Le Guin expressed her dissatisfaction with the production. The author had given her blessing to Jennifer Fox to adapt the books before passing away, so hopefully this upcoming series will be more faithful to the books. No network is attached at this point, but expect this to draw plenty of interest.

Hulu Takes The Testamants: Hulu and MGM have acquired the rights to Margaret Atwood’s upcoming novel The Testaments which is a sequel to her 1985 dystopian classic The Handmaid’s Tale. Their plan is to adapt it to television, but it is unclear at this point if it will be separate from Hulu’s current Handmaid’s Tale series or if it will be incorporated into that show. The novel takes place fifteen years after Offred’s final scene in the original book and is told from the perspective of three different women: Aunt Lydia (from the original story), a young woman living in Gilead, and a woman living in Canada who is horrified by the situation in Gilead. Creator and showrunner for Hulu series Bruce Miller has envisioned as many as ten seasons for the show, so it is possible that elements from The Testaments could be worked into the ongoing storyline.

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scorpius074 wrote:

Sci Fi TV News Briefs: Ursula Le Guin’s Earthsea Books Are Headed to Television, Hulu Grabs The Handmaid’s Tale Sequel, and More

TV Journeys to Earthsea: Yet another epic fantasy series is in development for television, this time based on Ursula Le Guin’s Earthsea books, with Jennifer Fox producing and A24 as the studio.

That sounds interesting! Too bad neither TheTVDB.com nor TVMaze.com lists it yet, so it can't be added to this site just yet.