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History renews Top Gear U.S. for a third season

HISTORY announced today that the new season of the U.S. version of Top Gear is beginning production. The second season of the critically-acclaimed and popular series broke into the millionaire’s club with 1.1 million Adults 25-54 and 18-49 (+30 and +22 vs. S1, respectively) and is the youngest skewing series on HISTORY. Season Two was seen by nearly 60 million viewers.

The complete press release is included after the jump.

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ABC renews Scandal, Private Practice, Happy Endings and Don’t Trust The B—- in Apt. 23; GCB canceled

ABC has renewed both Scandal and Don’t Trust The B—– in Apt. 23 for second seasons. The network also renewed comedy Happy Endings for a third season as well as Private Practice for a sixth season. Scandal creator/executive producer Shonda Rhimes confirmed the pickup for Scandal via her Twitter page:

Am super proud to […]

The CW renews Gossip Girl for 11-episode final season + Nikita and Hart of Dixie Renewed; The Secret Circle and Ringer both canceled

As expected, The CW has renewed Gossip Girl for a sixth and final season. The show’s final season will run just 11 episodes. The CW also announced renewals for low-rated dramas Nikita (season three) and Hart of Dixie (season two).

Meanwhile, freshman dramas The Secret Circle and Ringer were both […]

NBC renews 30 Rock for seventh and final season + The Office, Community, Parenthood, Parks and Recreation, Up All Night & Whitney all renewed

NBC has renewed Thursday night comedy 30 Rock for a seventh and final season. The final season order is for 13 episodes.

Meanwhile, The Office has also been renewed for a ninth season, along with Parenthood (season four–15 episodes), Community (season four — 13 episodes), Parks and Recreation (season five — 22 episodes), Up […]

Cougar Town renewed for a 15-episode fourth season; Moving to TBS

The critically-acclaimed but low-rated ABC comedy series Cougar Town has been renewed for a fourth season, but it won’t be returning to ABC. The comedy will instead premiere its fourth season on TBS:

Cougar Town, the acclaimed sitcom starring Golden Globe® nominee Courteney Cox, is moving to TBS. The top-rated network has ordered a fourth season of Cougar Town, to begin airing in early 2013. In addition, TBS has garnered the encore rights to Cougar Town’s first three seasons of 61 episodes that originally aired on ABC.

“Cougar Town is a smart, whimsical sitcom that draws its humor from likable, relatable characters” said Michael Wright, president, head of programming for TBS, TNT and Turner Classic Movies (TCM). “We are thrilled to have Cougar Town moving to the TBS neighborhood as the network continues to expand its slate of original comedy series.”

The complete press release after the jump.

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Fox renews Touch, but cancels Alcatraz and The Finder

Fox has picked up Tim Kring’s midseason drama Touch for a second season. The series stars Kiefer Sutherland and has been performing better in the ratings lately, after experiencing a downturn. Meanwhile, Fox has opted to cancel both The Finder as well as Alcatraz.

AMC renews Comic Book Men and Talking Dead for second seasons

AMC announced today a second season pick-up for its unscripted series “Comic Book Men” and “Talking Dead.” “Comic Book Men” is executive produced by Kevin Smith (Clerks, Chasing Amy), Charlie Corwin’s Original Media (LA Ink, Storm Chasers, Swamp People) and Elyse Seiden (Red State). The series continues to delve into fanboy culture by following the antics in and around Smith’s New Jersey comic shop, Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash. “Talking Dead,” the network’s first live after show that serves as a platform for discussion for AMC’s series “The Walking Dead,” is executive produced by Michael Davies and co-executive produced by Jen Kelly from Embassy Row. Chris Hardwick (Nerdist; G4) is the host. Season two of both series consists of 16 half-hour episodes.

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VH1 picks up Mob Wives for a third season

Season 2 of VH1’s hit reality series, “Mob Wives” is ending just as it began…on an emotional roller coaster as all the ladies end up in the same room for the first time this season. The explosive 2-part reunion special, hosted by The View’s Joy Behar, is set to air on May 20th and 27th and will reveal even more laughter, tears and drama than was already packed into the 17 episode season. And for the millions of “Mob Wives” fans out there, there will officially be a season 3 premiering in early 2013.

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NBC renews Law & Order: Special Victims Unit for a 14th season

NBC has closed a deal with Dick Wolf to renew Law & Order: Special Victims Unit for a 14th season. Also, as part of the deal, the network has given a series order to Wolf’s firefighter drama pilot Chicago Fire.

Pictured to the right, Chicago Fire stars Teri Reeves, David Eigenberg, Charlie Barnett, Lauren […]

We tv renews Mary Mary for a second season

WE tv has ordered a second season of its original series MARY MARY just six weeks into the debut season’s successful run. The series stars Erica and Tina Campbell, Sisters and musicians in the three-time Grammy® award winning Gospel duo, “Mary Mary.” The second season begins production this month; 10 one-hour episodes will premiere on WE tv in early 2013.

The second season will follow the Sisters through the birth of Tina’s fifth child, their latest album release – “Go Get It” – a family wedding, a cross-country album tour and countless appearances and events, all while balancing their busy, growing families.

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Lifetime renews Client List for a second season

Lifetime has renewed its hit scripted series The Client List, starring and executive produced by Jennifer Love Hewitt, for a second season to premiere next year with 15 all-new episodes, it was announced today by Nancy Dubuc, President and General Manager of Lifetime Networks.

Regarding the announcement, Dubuc said, “The Client List represents everything we want to be — fresh, exciting and original with attitude. We love Jennifer and this series, and are equally thrilled that they have connected with our audience, especially as we express our new brand, ‘Your Life. Your Time.’”

Hewitt added, “I couldn’t be happier about Lifetime’s decision to renew The Client List for a second season. It has been so much fun working with such a great cast and crew on the wonderful stories we tell, and I’m ready to see where The Client List takes all of us next year.”

The complete press release is included after the jump.

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Showtime renews The Borgias for a third season

As episode five of THE BORGIAS’ second season debuts this coming Sunday on SHOWTIME, the network has ordered a third season of Vatican intrigue and Renaissance drama, with ten episodes to premiere in 2013. Production is slated to begin this summer in Budapest, Hungary, starring Jeremy Irons in his Golden Globe(R) Award-nominated role. The announcement was made today by David Nevins, President of Entertainment, Showtime Networks Inc.

The complete press release is included after the jump.

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