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In this edition of TV Bits:

  • Billions renewed for season 6.
  • F is for Family renewed for season 5, which will be the last.
  • Teenage Bounty Hunters canceled by Netflix.
  • Certain actors couldn’t return for the Supernatural final season because of COVID-19.
  • Dickinson renewed for season 3 ahead of season 2 launch.
  • Watch the trailer for The Expanse season 5.
  • Get ready for High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special.
  • Black Monday will be back for season 3.
  • The Last O.G. renewed for season 4.
  • LA’s Finest canceled.
  • Dawson’s Creek will move to Netflix in November.
  • On Becoming a God in Central Florida won’t be getting a second season after all.

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riverdale season 4 trailer

In this edition of TV Bits:

  • Riverdale season 5 is jumping forward in time.
  • Altered Carbon has been canceled.
  • Watch a trailer for the return of Supernatural.
  • Reno 911 has been renewed by Quibi.
  • Primal has also been renewed (and you can watch a teaser).
  • Lucifer season 5 is resuming production.
  • So is Locke & Key.
  • Showtime renews The Chi for season 4.
  • Mike Tyson Mysteries has been canceled.
  • Watch a trailer for the Showtime documentary series The Comedy Store.

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Superman and Batwoman Crossover

The CW has plans to welcome the upcoming DC Comics series Superman & Lois into the Arrowverse in a big way. After giving the show a full series order recently, it has been confirmed that Superman & Lois will have a crossover event with the Batwoman series, which will be wrapping up its first season this weekend and has been given a second season order. However, unlike the previous Arrowverse crossover events that have aired over the past six years, this one won’t be arriving in December.

Along with news of the Superman and Batwoman crossover, The CW has confirmed that in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic shutting down a majority of television productions, they will be shifting their fall schedule to the beginning of next year, which means new and returning shows will not start airing until January 2021. Find out more below. Read More »

The Walking Dead season finale delayed

Most film and television productions have ground to a halt because of the coronavirus pandemic, and we’ve previously written about how most network TV shows probably won’t be able to finish airing their current seasons. But now the reality is fully sinking in for several productions that won’t be able to complete production or post-production in time to hit their previously-established air dates. Read More »

PaleyFest panels

Under normal conditions, PaleyFest LA 2020 would have gone off without a hitch this past week at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, featuring screenings and panel discussions with the stars and creators of some of your favorite television shows. Of course, the event was postponed due to the coronavirus, but the folks who run PaleyFest want to help spread a little joy during these isolated times.

The company is putting full, official videos of previous PaleyFest panel discussions on its YouTube channel for free every day this week, so everyone can watch the casts of The Office, Parks and Recreation, This Is Us, The Walking Dead, Blue Bloods, Supernatural, and The Daily Show with Trevor Noah take the stage and share behind-the-scenes stories from the productions. But be sure to watch them quickly: each video will only be online for 24 hours. Read More »

Supernatural ending

In this edition of TV Bits:

  • Watch the trailer for the final season of Vikings.
  • Josh Hartnett will star in the Southern gothic drama Paradise Lost.
  • See a poster for Castle Rock season 2.
  • The trailer for the 15th and final season of Supernatural is here.
  • Black Monday adds new cast members for season 2.
  • High School Musical: The Musical: The Series will debut on ABC, Disney Channel & Freeform before Disney+.
  • The Stand has added even more cast members.

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Supernatural Comic-Con 2019

“Can we all just start crying so I don’t feel so weird?” Jared Padelecki said at the beginning of this year’s Supernatural panel at San Diego Comic-Con. It was an emotional time not only for him and the others on stage, but also for the fans in the Hall H audience. After a staggering 15 seasons and numerous Comic-Con appearances, Supernatural is coming to an end. 

Padelecki, who plays Sam Winchester on the show, was joined by fellow actors Jensen Ackles (Dean Winchester), Misha Collins (Castiel), and Alexander Calvert (Jack), along with executive producers Robert Singer, Andrew Dabb, Eugenie Ross-Leming, Brad Buckner, and Bob Berens on stage. Richard Speight Jr. and Rob Benedict, who play Gabriel and God/Chuck, respectively, were there as well, taking on the role of co-moderators again. And while everyone still cracked jokes with one another, there was a bittersweet mood in the air. Read More »

Supernatural ending

Supernatural, the longest-running live-action fantasy TV series in American television history, is coming to an end.

The cast of The CW show has announced that the series will be concluding after its upcoming fifteenth season. “We just told the crew that though we’re very, very excited about moving into our fifteenth season, it will be our last,” star Jensen Ackles said in a video addressed to the show’s fans. “We wanted you to hear from us that though we’re excited about next year, it will be the finale, the big grand finale of an institution.” See the cast deliver the news about the Supernatural ending below. Read More »

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In this edition of TV Bits:

  • HBO’s Watchmen TV series adds even more cast members
  • American Horror Story season 8 premiere date set
  • Comic book series Gideon Falls is being adapted for TV
  • J.J. Abrams’ sci-fi HBO show Demimonde now has a showrunner
  • What to expect from The Expanse season 4
  • A trailer for Animals season 3
  • Fox is adapting a French satirical puppet show for the U.S.
  • The never-ending show Supernatural now has its own holiday in Austin, Texas
  • Mike Myers talks about his strange Gong Show character
  • Jimmy Fallon plans to host The Tonight Show as long as human possible
  • Salman Rushdie‘s Midnight’s Children is being adapted for Netflix
  • Fox cancels Ghosted
  • A teaser trailer for Sons of Anarchy spin-off Mayans M.C.

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TV Bits cord cutting

In this edition of TV Bits:

  • Cord cutting has reached new heights
  • Seth MacFarlane‘s The Flintstones show probably isn’t happening
  • Sabrina, a Riverdale spin-off, is currently in the works
  • New photos from The Walking Dead season 8
  • The Exorcist season 2 debuts a new featurette
  • And more!

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