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42 Ending or Cancelled TV Shows for the 2019-20 Season

Here's a list of TV shows that aired (or are expected to air) during the 2019-20 season (roughly September 2019 through August 2020) but won't be back for the 2020-21 season. Not finding a show that you believe has been cancelled? Check the 2017-18 season list or the 2018-19 season list. You can also check our status pages.

Most recent additions: Bastards (Apple), Glitch (Netflix), Born This Way (A&e), Ballers (HBO), Poldark (PBS), The Durrells in Corfu (PBS), The 100 (The CW), 13 Reasons Why (Netflix), Homicide Hunter: Lt Joe Kenda (Investigation Discovery), Trinkets (Netflix), Will & Grace (NBC), Marvel's Agents of Shield (ABC), How to Get Away with Murder (ABC), Unrelated (Freeform), Corporate (Comedy Central), The Good Place (NBC), Lucifer (Netflix), The Ranch (Netflix), The Spanish Princess (Starz), The Affair (Showtime), Silicon Valley (HBO), Dark (Netflix), You Me Her (Audience), Madam Secretary (CBS), Empire (Fox), Blindspot (NBC),
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Wbtvg Directors’ Workshop Graduates Set To Helm Episodes Of ‘Legacies’, ‘Riverdale’, ‘Blindspot’ and Others

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Graduates from Warner Bros. Television Group’s (Wbtvg) Directors’ Workshop class of 2019 are all ready to sit in the director’s chair. All participants of this year’s program have booked directing assignments on upcoming episodes of a Wbtvg series. On top of that, two of the directors have gone on to secure additional assignments — before even helming their first episode.

The Wbtvg Directors’ Workshop looks to discover new and innovative talent, prepare directors from other creative fields or the transition to television, and spur diversity and inclusion by providing increased opportunities for female directors and directors from ethnic minority groups. Since its inception in 2013, the Wbtvg Directors’ Workshop has helped to launch or further the TV directing careers of more than 50 women and/or people of color.

Below are the graduates from the Directors’ Workshop class and their directing assignments for the upcoming 2019–20 television season.

Bola Ogun is set
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Netflix Has Canceled Eight Series From Women Creators in 2019 (So Far)

Netflix Has Canceled Eight Series From Women Creators in 2019 (So Far)
Earlier this year, reports surfaced that streaming services are more likely than traditional networks to cancel original series after two or three seasons. Be it rising production costs due to front-loaded deals or decreased ease of accessibility for new audiences looking to start watching, the theory has proven out this year, with Netflix canceling a slew of short-run shows. But that seemingly impartial policy seems to affect a disproportionate number of women creators.

So far this year, Netflix has canceled eight shows created or co-created by women: “Friends From College,” “One Day at a Time,” “Chambers,” “Marvel’s Jessica Jones,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “Tuca & Bertie,” “Trinkets,” and “The Oa,” the last of which was announced Monday morning. In addition, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” wrapped this year, but its ending was announced in 2018, and an additional movie is planned. All of these were either co-created or solely created by women,
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Quibi Developing ‘One Night Forever’ From ‘The Arrangement’ Creator & AwesomenessTV

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Exclusive: Quibi is expanding its development slate with One Night Forever, a new series from The Arrangement creator Jonathan Abrahams and AwesomenessTV.

Written by Abrahams, in One Night Forever, cracking under the pressure of her senior thesis, an overwhelmed astrophysics major meets a mysterious romantic who claims to be from another planet. Together they spend one fateful night on a mission to fix her thesis, explore the meaning of love, and just maybe unlock the secret of the universe.

Shelley Zimmerman, Rebecca Glashow, and Brin Lukens will executive produce for AwesomenessTV.

Emmy winner Abrahams created The Arrangement, which aired for two seasons on E! Starring Josh Henderson, Christine Evangelista, Lexa Doig and Michael Vartan the series was a Hollywood love story that brought to life the darker side of fame. Abrahams was a producer and writer on Mad Men, for which he shared an outstanding drama series Emmy
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TVLine Items: Denise Richards on BH90210, Ballers Premiere and More

TVLine Items: Denise Richards on BH90210, Ballers Premiere and More
BH90210 is getting a visit from a real housewife of Beverly Hills: Rhobh star Denise Richards will appear in the upcoming Fox “reboot” as a heightened version of herself, TVLine has confirmed.

Tori Spelling broke the news of Richards’ casting with an Instagram photo and the caption, “Welcome to our @bh90210 family my friend @deniserichards.” Richards responded with, “Thank you for including me T… and having me [be] part of the BH90210 journey. Talk about everything comes back full circle. One of my very first jobs was #beverlyhills90210. Love all of you guys.”

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‘Trinkets’ Renewed for Second and Final Season at Netflix

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‘Trinkets’ Renewed for Second and Final Season at Netflix
The young adult series “Trinkets” has been renewed for a second and final season at Netflix.

Season 2 will consist of ten 30-minute episodes and will be showrun by Sarah Goldfinger.

“Trinkets” centers around three teenage girls from different corners of the high school cafeteria who find themselves in the same mandated Shoplifter’s Anonymous meeting and form an unlikely friendship forms. Elodie (Brianna Hildebrand), the grieving misfit, Moe (Kiana Madeira), the mysterious outsider, and Tabitha (Quintessa Swindell), the imperfect picture of perfection, find strength in each other as they negotiate the complicated dilemma of trying to fit in while longing to break out.

The show is based on the young adult novel by Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith, who serves as an executive producer, and hails from Awesomeness TV. Shelley Zimmerman, Brin Lukens, and Rebecca Glashow all serve as non-writing executive producers, while Smith, Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer are all writers and EPs on the project.
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"Trinkets" Renewed For Second & Final Season By Netflix

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Netflix has renewed YA series Trinkets for a second and final season, with Sarah Goldfinger (Charmed) joining as new showrunner, for premiere in 2020.

Based on Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith‘s young adult novel, and written by Amy Andelson, Emily Meyer and Smith, Trinkets centers on three teenage girls from different corners of the high school cafeteria — Elodie (Brianna Hildebrand), the grieving misfit; Moe (Kiana Madeira), the mysterious outsider; and Tabitha (Quintessa Swindell) the imperfect picture of perfection — who find themselves in the same mandated Shoplifters Anonymous meeting, and an unlikely friendship forms. They will find strength in one another as they negotiate family issues, high school drama and the complicated dilemma of trying to fit in while longing to break out.

Cast also includes Odiseas Georgiadis, Henry Zaga, Brandon Butler, Larry Sullivan, October Moore, Larisa Oleynik, Joy Bryant, Lori Linden Ashby and Kat Cunning.

Andelson, Meyer and Smith executive produce with Shelley Zimmerman,
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Icymi, Hunter Schafer and Her Euphoria Character, Jules, Have This Important Detail in Common

Icymi, Hunter Schafer and Her Euphoria Character, Jules, Have This Important Detail in Common
Euphoria may have given transgender actress and model Hunter Schafer her first major role, but we guarantee this won't be the last you see of her. In the raunchy series, Schafer plays Jules, who is also transgender, and a new girl in town with whom Rue (who's played by Zendaya) quickly develops a bond - though whether that bond is more platonic or romantic is yet to be determined. Just like her character, Schafer is also a transgender woman, though up until episode three, it isn't clear to viewers whether Jules is a cis or transwoman. When Rue muses, "I'd never known anyone like Jules before," it has greater meaning than you think, and a conversation between Jules and Rue in the third episode clears up the question of Jules's gender identity for once and for all.

In the scene in question, Jules and Rue argue about whether it's safe
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Icymi, Hunter Schafer and Her Euphoria Character, Jules, Have This Important Detail in Common

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Euphoria may have given transgender actress and model Hunter Schafer her first major role, but we guarantee this won't be the last you see of her. In the raunchy series, Schafer plays Jules, who is also transgender, and a new girl in town with whom Rue (who's played by Zendaya) quickly develops a bond - though whether that bond is more platonic or romantic is yet to be determined. Just like her character, Schafer is also a transgender woman, though up until episode three, it isn't clear to viewers whether Jules is a cis or transwoman. When Rue muses, "I'd never known anyone like Jules before," it has greater meaning than you think, and a conversation between Jules and Rue in the third episode clears up the question of Jules's gender identity for once and for all.

In the scene in question, Jules and Rue argue about whether it's safe
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‘Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones’: Juliette Lewis, Ryan Kwanten & Jordan Alexander To Star In Season 2 Of Blumhouse TV/Facebook Series

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‘Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones’: Juliette Lewis, Ryan Kwanten & Jordan Alexander To Star In Season 2 Of Blumhouse TV/Facebook Series
Oscar nominee Juliette Lewis, Ryan Kwanten and newcomer Jordan Alexander in her first major leading role, are set as series regulars in Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones, the second season of the anthology series from Blumhouse Television for Facebook Watch. Additionally, Kimiko Glenn, Kristin Bauer, Grammy nominated singer Antonique Smith (Luke Cage), Siobhan Williams, Emily Alyn Lind and Odiseas Georgiadis (Trinkets) will join the series in recurring roles.

Production on Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones begins in July in Vancouver.

The second season of the anthology series will feature a new cast and a storyline that draws inspiration from a story collected from the Brothers Grimm, The Singing Bone, as well as real-life murder cases. This
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Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith on ‘Trinkets’ and the Road from Ya Novel to Netflix

Based on the young adult novel from Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith, the Netflix/Awesomeness TV series Trinkets follows three teenage girls – Elodie (Brianna Hildebrand), Moe (Kiana Madeira) and Tabitha (Quintessa Swindell) – from the same high school who cross paths in the same mandated Shoplifter’s Anonymous meeting. On the surface, these young women couldn’t be more different, but as they get to know each other, their family issues and life drama brings them together and helps them to find …
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How Old Are the Actors From Trinkets? Well, They're Definitely Not Teens Anymore

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We probably don't have to tell you at this point that the "teens" you see on TV and in movies are rarely teens themselves - that's old news. It should come as no surprise then that the cast of Netflix's newest addictive teen-centric series, Trinkets, is no exception. Based on 2013 novel of the same name by Kirsten Smith, the show revolves around three very different high schoolers whose paths cross in a Shoplifters Anonymous meeting, and its stars are definitely actors to watch out for. But how old are they really? Though most are not much older than teens themselves, here are the real ages of the actors.

Related: Trinkets Could Return For a Second Season, but It Would Have to Make Some Changes
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How Old Are the Actors From Trinkets? Well, They're Definitely Not Teens Anymore

We probably don't have to tell you at this point that the "teens" you see on TV and in movies are rarely teens themselves - that's old news. It should come as no surprise then that the cast of Netflix's newest addictive teen-centric series, Trinkets, is no exception. Based on 2013 novel of the same name by Kirsten Smith, the show revolves around three very different high schoolers whose paths cross in a Shoplifters Anonymous meeting, and its stars are definitely actors to watch out for. But how old are they really? Though most are not much older than teens themselves, here are the real ages of the actors.

Related: Trinkets Could Return For a Second Season, but It Would Have to Make Some Changes
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‘Murder Mystery’ Tops Netflix UK Chart As ‘Black Mirror’ & ‘When They See Us’ Stay Solid

‘Murder Mystery’ Tops Netflix UK Chart As ‘Black Mirror’ & ‘When They See Us’ Stay Solid
Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston’s Murder Mystery has topped Netflix’s latest UK top ten list – coming a day after the Svod service revealed that the feature comedy was watched by 30.87M viewers around the world.

The film, written by James Vanderbilt and directed by Kyle Newacheck, went straight to the top of the UK list after launching on June 14. The films follows a New York cop and his wife who while on a European vacation, get framed and are on the run for the death of an elderly billionaire.

Black Mirror moved down to second after topping last week’s list with mini-series When They See Us similarly moved down a spot to three.

New entries including Jessica Jones coming in seventh in the series list with Trinkets at eight, while Oprah Winfrey Presents: When They See Us Now made the docs list alongside Martin Scorsese’s Bob Dylan doc Rolling Thunder Revue.
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The Trinkets Soundtrack Perfectly Captures the Show's Indie, Moody Vibe

Netflix's latest teen drama, Trinkets, follows a trio of teenagers who meet in a support group for kleptomaniacs and instead find a common bond in enabling each other's shoplifting problem. It's not quite your typical teen drama, combining the usual coming of age and "finding your place" storylines with the quirky, dark humor of the shoplifting addiction angle. Given that, it shouldn't be a huge surprise that the soundtrack is a bit on the quirky side too. Packed with indie artists and tons of local bands from up and down the West Coast, the soundtrack captures the emotional ups and downs of the teenage experience and the particular quirks of this story. There's a ton of music in the series; ahead, check out a selection of some of the best songs featured on Trinkets!
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Trinkets Could Return For a Second Season, but It Would Have to Make Some Changes

Netflix's a new teen drama Trinkets is already generating buzz, and we don't even know yet if we'll get a second season. Netflix, known for cranking out original content, released the show, which follows a trio of teen girls who go through the usual struggles of being, well, teen girls - but with a twist: they're all serial shoplifters, who meet in a support group for kleptomania and instead start teaming up to continue stealing. The first season, available for streaming now, consists of 10 episodes of just under 30 minutes each.

Whether or not there will be a season two is still up in the air, and probably will be for a little while. Trinkets is based on a novel, published in 2013 by Kirsten Smith (who you know as the screenwriter behind classic comedies like 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde). It's a standalone novel, not an ongoing series,
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Trinkets Could Return For a Second Season, but It Would Have to Make Some Changes

Netflix's a new teen drama Trinkets is already generating buzz, and we don't even know yet if we'll get a second season. Netflix, known for cranking out original content, released the show, which follows a trio of teen girls who go through the usual struggles of being, well, teen girls - but with a twist: they're all serial shoplifters, who meet in a support group for kleptomania and instead start teaming up to continue stealing. The first season, available for streaming now, consists of 10 episodes of just under 30 minutes each.

Whether or not there will be a season two is still up in the air, and probably will be for a little while. Trinkets is based on a novel, published in 2013 by Kirsten Smith (who you know as the screenwriter behind classic comedies like 10 Things I Hate About You and Legally Blonde). It's a standalone novel, not an ongoing series,
See full article at BuzzSugar »

Trinkets: Season One Viewer Votes

Are you getting your money's worth out of the first season of the Trinkets TV show on Netflix? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Trinkets is cancelled or renewed for season two. Netflix and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the Trinkets season one episodes. We invite you to rate them for us here.

A Netflix teen drama based on Kirsten Smith's 2014 young adult novel of the same name, Trinkets stars Brianna Hildebrand, Kiana Madeira, and Quintessa Swindell. Set in Portland, Oregon, the series centers grieving misfit Elodie Davis (Hildebrand), tough chick Moe Truax (Madeira), and queen bee Tabitha Foster (Swindell). After being separately ordered by the court to attend Shoplifters Anonymous meetings,
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Trinkets: Is the Netflix TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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Is this the end of Elodie, Moe, and Tabitha's run? Has the Trinkets TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Netflix? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Trinkets, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   

What's This TV Show About?

A Netflix teen drama based on Kirsten Smith's 2014 novel, Trinkets stars Brianna Hildebrand, Kiana Madeira, and Quintessa Swindell. Set in Portland, Oregon, the series centers grieving misfit Elodie Davis (Hildebrand), tough chick Moe Truax (Madeira), and queen bee Tabitha Foster (Swindell). After being separately ordered by the court to attend Shoplifters Anonymous meetings, these three very different high school girls wind up bonding over the
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Trinkets: Netflix Releases Trailer and Premiere Date for Young Adult Series

"Kids, don't try this at home." Netflix just released a new trailer and the premiere date for their upcoming TV show, Trinkets.

The young adult series follows three teenage girls who become unlikely friends after finding themselves "in the same mandated Shoplifter's Anonymous meeting." The cast includes Brianna Hildebrand, Kiana Madeira, Quintessa Swindell, Odiseas Georgiadis, and Henry Zaga.

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