Happy interview

A trio of shows have been given the axe on cable and streaming today. SyFy has canceled their darkly comedic series Happy! and the freshman assassin series Deadly Class. Meanwhile, Amazon has given the axe to their con man series Sneaky Pete after three seasons. However, a couple of these shows have the chance of being saved. Read More »

tv bits sabrina

In this edition of TV bits:

  • Sabrina gets a Halloween-adjacent release date
  • black-ish creator Kenya Barris exits ABC for Netflix
  • Netflix orders series based on graphic novel Daybreak
  • Lena Waithe is making a horror anthology series for Amazon
  • A new study suggests the number of TV cord-cutters will rise this year
  • Sneaky Pete will keep on sneaking for a third season
  • Nicole Kidman is producing a drama for Amazon
  • First images from The Little Drummer Girl, the new AMC spy series from director Park Chan-wook
  • Castlevania season 2 introduces a new character

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michael shannon the little drummer girl

In this edition of TV bits:

  • Sneaky Pete season 2 debuts a new trailer.
  • Altered Carbon shows off some impressive fights.
  • Michael Shannon joins AMC’s Little Drummer Girl.
  • Helen Mirren joins HBO Catherine the Great.
  • Sister Maggie is coming to Daredevil season 3.

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‘Sneaky Pete’ Renewed For Season 2 On Amazon

sneaky pete

Less than a week after Sneaky Pete premiered on Prime Video, Amazon has announced they will be renewing the dramatic crime series for a second season. Find out about Sneaky Pete season 2 after the jump.

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sneaky pete trailer

There seems to be a hard rule about television shows these days: tell someone it’s one HBO or Netflix and they’ll drop everything to give it a shot. Everyone else, even when they do incredible work, has to battle it out for the remaining shreds of public attention. So let’s take a moment to watch the new trailers for Sneaky Pete, Billions, and The Path, all of which seem to be flying a little under the radar at the moment.

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