Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Guy Gardener, Oct 4, 2014.
Don't know if the demise of Black Lighting is why they are talking about the show around Painkiller or whether the former is being killed off to make room for the later.
I know I would rather have more Black Lighting than a Painkiller show. I am not even all that into the idea of a Painkiller show. This news sucks really hard. I really hope it isn't because the lead is a older adult male instead of a youngster to appeal to the kids.
Amazon renews The Expanse for season 6, which will also be the last.
Bit of bummer but I think by that point they'll be close to exhausting more of the source novels but it's had a good run
And Quibi is officially dead today. That's $1.75 billion flushed down the toilet, minus however much the executives got to pocket.
Ah, Quibi, we barely knew ye. Not that we particularly cared to.
One down. CBS All Access the next to go!
It's morphing into Paramount Plus or something, IIRC,
It's also been reported in the DuckTales thread, but Disney has announced that the third season (currently airing on Disney XD) will be the last.
Superstore's current season (the sixth) will be it's last season according to NBC.
Netflix renews Blood of Zeus for Season 2.
Bummer, but expected. I love this show.
When I heard America Ferrera was leaving, I figured the end was around the corner.
Not a TV show, but Radio Disney is coming to an end. Didn't know that was still a thing.
Radio Disney? Yeah, don’t think I have ever heard of that one either. The fact not many people know it exists is probably the precise reason why it’s finally going away.
On Chicago it was on an AM station for a while... it was also on XM radio, but haven't renewed that in years.
I appreciated their versions of songs like Honey I'm Good by Andy Grammar
So what happens to the content...specifically Princess Bride, covid edition
I read that the studios that made the Quibi shows own their own content and get the rights back after two years. So we'll have to see what happens. Maybe Quibi will hold them hostage and try to get some money in order to release them.
I think that's more a sign of your age than anything. If you grew up watching the Disney Channel in the Aughts, Radio Disney was a huge deal, because that's where all the music from Disney Channel stars was played. Radio Disney is going away now because the kids that watch Disney Channel shows aren't using the radio to listen to music.
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