FOX’s modern-day western procedural “Deputy,” starring Stephen Dorff, has been canceled after one season. The recent series finale brought in a 0.6 rating and had 3.9 million total viewers.
Dorff played a career lawman who steps into the role of acting sheriff of Los Angeles County following the death of the current sheriff. Despite being better suited to rounding up criminals than navigating the politics of a staff meeting at the station, he finds himself in charge of 10,000 deputies. [Source: Variety]
Comedy Central’s late night talkshow “Lights Out With David Spade,” which halted production last month due to the coronavirus pandemic, will not return to the channel. The move comes as Comedy Central has experienced both a massive influx in viewers and disruption to its programming pipeline amid the pandemic. [Source: Deadline]
Logan Williams, who played a young Barry Allen in flashback scenes in eight episodes of The CW’s hit series “The Flash,” died Thursday at age 16. No cause of death has been revealed for actor who also had roles in “When Calls the Heart” and “Supernatural”.
Grant Gustin, who plays the adult Barry Allen on the series, says: “I was so impressed by not only Logan’s talent but his professionalism on set.“My thoughts and prayers will be with him and his family during what is I’m sure an unimaginably difficult time for them.” [Source: Deadline]
BBC America has released one last new trailer for the upcoming third season of the critically-acclaimed comedy spy thriller “Killing Eve”. The series continues to follow the lives of Villanelle (Comer), the assassin without a job, and Eve (Oh), Eve, the ex-MI6 operative hiding in plain sight. All seems fine until a shocking and personal death sets them on a collision course yet again. The journey back to each other will cost both of them friends, family, and allegiances, and perhaps a share of their souls. The new episodes kick off April 12th.
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