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TV Renewals and Cancellations: 6 Broadcast Shows We’re Still Awaiting Decisions on for the 2019-20 Season

“Has [insert name of broadcast TV show currently in limbo here] been canceled or renewed?”

That’s the question on many viewers’ minds as upfronts week comes to a close. While Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS and The CW have all announced their 2019-20 programming schedules, some of those slates don’t reveal everything, meaning the statuses of half a dozen shows on broadcast TV are still up in the air.

And look, we can accept the fact that not every series will be saved like “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” famously was last season — and not every show should be. But come on, networks — minus ABC, Fox and The CW, who have already axed or renewed everything they’re going to — fans need to hear one way or another whether their favorite programs will be returning this fall, especially for ones that have a crazy-devoted fanbase.

Below are the six shows we’re still awaiting decisions on.

Also Read: Here's the Complete Fall
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Future Of NBC’s ‘Abby’s, ‘A.P. Bio’ ‘The Enemy Within’ & ‘The Village’ “Still Under Discussion” With No Cancellations Made

The future of NBC’s Abby’s, A.P. Bio, The Enemy Within and The Village is “still under discussion” but Co-Chairmen George Cheeks and Paul Telegdy refused to hand out formal cancellations to the shows after they did not make NBC’s 2019/2020 schedule.

Speaking on NBC’s press Upfronts call, the pair said that no decision had been made on the shows, although sources suggest that it is unlikely that they will return to the network.

Telegdy said, “Anything that’s still on air is still under discussion, so no cancellations.”

Cheeks added, “The next season’s schedule is fluid, we want to give those shows a chance to fulfill their run and we’ll take another look at them then. Remember we program 52 weeks a year so there are a lot of slots.”

Abby’s, which stars Natalie Morales, Nelson Franklin, Neil Flynn, Jessica Chaffin, Kimia Behpoornia and Leonard Ouzts,
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The Village: Season One Viewer Votes

Does the first season of The Village TV show on NBC feel like home to you? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like The Village is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of the The Village season one episodes here.

An NBC drama, The Village stars Warren Christie, Michaela McManus, Lorraine Toussaint, Frankie Faison, Jerod Haynes, Dominic Chianese, Darren Kagasoff, Grace Van Dien, and Moran Atias. The story centers on the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building. While it looks the same as countless others from the outside, what goes on inside is rare, to say
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The Village: Is the NBC TV Show Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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Is this property condemned? Has The Village TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on NBC? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Village 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?

An NBC drama, The Village stars Warren Christie, Michaela McManus, Lorraine Toussaint, Frankie Faison, Jerod Haynes, Dominic Chianese, Darren Kagasoff, Grace Van Dien, and Moran Atias. The story centers on the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building. While it looks the same as countless others from the outside, what goes on inside is rare, to say the least. Everyone at the Village has a story to tell, be it about their hopes
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The Village: Season One Ratings

NBC has introduced a few new dramas in the 2018-19 television season, but only New Amsterdam has scored a second season thus far. The Peacock Network's latest entry is The Village TV show. Will this homey series manage to bring in the Nielsen households? Will The Village be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.

An NBC drama series, The Village stars Warren Christie, Michaela McManus, Lorraine Toussaint, Frankie Faison, Jerod Haynes, Dominic Chianese, Darren Kagasoff, Grace Van Dien, and Moran Atias. The story centers on the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building. While it looks the same as countless others from the outside, what goes on inside is rare, to say the least. Everyone at the Village has a story to tell, be it about their hopes and dreams, or the challenges they’re facing. Together, they’re a family and family means
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The Village

Network: NBC.

Episodes: Ongoing (hour).

Seasons: Ongoing.

TV show dates: March 19, 2019 — present.

Series status: Has not been cancelled.

Performers include: Warren Christie, Michaela McManus, Lorraine Toussaint, Frankie Faison, Jerod Haynes, Dominic Chianese, Darren Kagasoff, Grace Van Dien, and Moran Atias.

TV show description:

An American drama, from creator Mike Daniels, The Village TV show centers on the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building. While it looks the same as countless others from the outside, what goes on inside is rare, to say the least.

Over time, the residents of the Village have forged a powerful bond. They are more than neighbors -- they're friends and a family of choice.

The "Villagers" include
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NBC's The Village Premiere: Grade It!

The residents of the New York City apartment building at the heart of NBC’s The Village consider each other family, and Tuesday’s premiere of NBC’s new drama spent most of its time introducing us to the characters who inhabit the titular abode.

In a moment, we’ll want to know what you thought of the freshman series, which is going for the heartstring-tugging vibe of its lead-in, This Is Us. But first, a quick rundown of The Village’s residents:

Sarah And Katie | Sarah (Michaela McManus, Law & Order: Svu) works at a nursing home. Her teen daughter,
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‘The Village’ Review: NBC’s New Drama Delivers Cliches and Feels

  • Indiewire
‘The Village’ Review: NBC’s New Drama Delivers Cliches and Feels
Honestly, there’s no better way to announce that you’re feel-good TV than by opening with a big red heart. And thus that’s exactly what “The Village” does in its first few minutes, not the first or last big obvious touch meant to make it clear that while the world might be a scary one, this is fundamentally a show about nice people who like each other.

NBC’s newest aim to tearjerk, created by Mike Daniels, focuses on the residents of a titular (and mythical) New York City apartment building. But unlike other NYC apartment buildings, the Village is special — all the residents go beyond friendship to help each other out because that’s just part of “the whole Village experience,” where the thin walls and tight bonds are only emphasized by the constant CGI zooming through each unit.

The large ensemble cast includes Frankie Faison, Lorraine Toussaint,
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TV Review: NBC’s ‘The Village’

  • Variety
Even by the standards of network television, NBC’s “The Village” wears its inspiration boldly and openly: It’s “This Is Us,” except set among the disparate residents of an apartment building rather than the members of a family. “The Village” leans, hard, into the “This Is Us” formula of trauma-as-drama, deriving its tone from its characters perpetually making their way through the worst days of their lives and building moments of emotional catharsis and connection practically before every ad break.

Which is fine, as far as it goes — the medium runs on repetition, with slight alteration, and “This Is Us,” a surprisingly durable hit, is as good a template to crib as any. But, though it has plenty of its own issues, “This Is Us” is a notably well-acted and tonally consistent series. “The Village,” by contrast, veers all over the map and does not boast actors capable of
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Milla Jovovich Honored at 21st Annual amfAR Gala New York

Kim Kardashian West, Kourtney Kardashian, Heidi Klum, Alan Cumming, Michelle Rodriguez, Karolina Kurkova, Alessandra Ambrosio, The Chainsmokers, and Kelsea Ballerini were among those gathered at the 21st annual amfAR Gala New York at Cipriani Wall Street earlier this month to pay tribute to actress and longtime amfAR supporter Milla Jovovich, legendary fashion photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, and tireless amfAR supporter and auctioneer Simon de Pury for their longstanding commitment to the fight against AIDS.

The Chainsmokers with Kelsea Ballerini

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The event raised over $1.7 million for amfAR’s lifesaving research programs.

Other guests included Alanna Arrington, Alex Lundqvist, Anne V, Blanca Padilla, Brandon Thomas Lee, Brian Kelly, Candice Swanepoel, Caroline Daur, Caroline Vreeland, Chanel Iman, Charlotte Lawrence, Charlotte McKinney, Chloe Lukasiak, Danielle Herrington, Daphne Groeneveld, Delilah Belle Hamlin, Devon Windsor, Duckie Thot, Ebonee Davis, Elsa Hosk, Emily Didonato, Eniko Mihalik, Flaviana Matata, Gala Gonzalez, Gizele Oliveira,
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'The Village' Trailer: NBC Drama Aims Straight for the Heart (Exclusive)

The full-length trailer for NBC's drama The Village makes its intentions clear in the opening seconds: The first sequence shows a girl weaving a giant heart into a construction fence.

The trailer makes a full-bore attack on viewers' emotions as it introduces several of the show's characters with the uplifting "What Do You Love" by Seeb (featuring Jacob Banks) as the soundtrack. There's wounded veteran Nick (Warren Christie) and the dog who saved his life; Ava (Moran Atias), who's in court for some reason, and Ben (Jerod Haynes), a cop who vouches for her; Sarah (Michaela ...
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‘The Village’ Premiere Pushed A Week Due To State Of The Union Address

  • Deadline
Due to rescheduling demands for tonight’s State of the Union address, the premiere of new NBC drama The Village is being pushed a week to Tuesday, March 19, at 10 Pm, from its originally scheduled March 12 date. NBC also announced the series’ season finale will air Tuesday, May 21 at 10 Pm, immediately following the two-hour finale of The Voice.

Written and executive produced by Mike Daniels, The Village follows an incredible group of people dwelling in the same Brooklyn apartment building. While these characters are not related by blood, they have become an unlikely family. As each resident grapples with their own personal struggle, their neighbors come together to support them, and the show gives true meaning to the phrase “family is where you find it.”

The cast includes Moran Atias, Dominic Chianese, Warren Christie, Frankie Faison, Jerod Haynes, Daren Kagasoff, Michaela McManus, Lorraine Toussaint and Grace Van Dien.

Minkie Spiro will
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NBC's Village Premiere Bumped a Week

NBC's Village Premiere Bumped a Week
The premiere of The Village aka NBC’s springtime This Is Us successor has been pushed back one week, to Tuesday, March 19 at 10/9c.

After airing at 10/9c (and giving New Amsterdam some bedrest) for its first three weeks, The Village will take over This Is Us‘ 9 o’clock time slot starting April 9, at which point the acclaimed drama will have concluded Season 3. The Village‘s finale will now land on Tuesday, May 21 (at 10 pm), following The Voice‘s two-hour finale.

The Village follows a group of people dwelling in the same Brooklyn apartment building. “While these characters are not related by blood,
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Lorraine Toussaint Applauds Intimacy Coaches on Set, Has Been ‘a Bit of a Nazi’ for Own Nude Scenes

  • The Wrap
Lorraine Toussaint Applauds Intimacy Coaches on Set, Has Been ‘a Bit of a Nazi’ for Own Nude Scenes
Lorraine Toussaint, the star of NBC’s upcoming drama, “The Village,” addressed the use of intimacy coaches on set during the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Tuesday, noting that she is “glad to hear” they are being utilized more now. In the past, Toussaint said that she’s had to be her “own advocate.”

“I’ve done some intimacy, revealing, late in my career where it was, um, where I felt particularly vulnerable,” the “Orange Is the New Black” star told reporters during NBC’s “Women of Drama” panel. “And I’m glad to hear there are intimacy coaches because I’ve been my own advocate. And I’ve been a bit of a Nazi about making sure that it’s a closed set. And that includes even sound.”

“If you don’t have to be on that set, go away. You can take that mic,” she added.
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NBC Sets "Good Girls," "AP Bio" Returns, Premiere Dates for "The Enemy Within," "The Village"

  • The Wrap
NBC Sets
NBC is rounding out its midseason programming slate, setting premiere dates for new seasons of “Good Girls” and Glenn Howerton’s “A.P. Bio.” and launch dates for freshman series “The Enemy Within” and “The Village.” The broadcaster has also locked in starts for John Legend’s first season coaching on “The Voice” and the third season of Jennifer Lopez’s “World of Dance.”

The Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman-led drama “Good Girls” will return with Season 2 on Sunday, March 3 at 10 p.m. Per the official description, this year is “all about women dealing with the consequences of their criminal behavior” and “life-changing consequences” for Beth, Ruby and Annie.

The second season of comedy “A.P. Bio” premieres Thursday, March 7 at 8:30 p.m., bringing you back into the world of disgraced-Harvard-philosophy-professor-turned-Toledo-high-school-teacher, Jack Griffin (Howerton).
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NBC's Enemy Within Gets Manifest Slot, The Village Paired With This Is Us

NBC's Enemy Within Gets Manifest Slot, The Village Paired With This Is Us
The Enemy Within, starring Dexter‘s Jennifer Carpenter, has been tapped to inherit Manifest‘s time slot once NBC’s mystery series has closed the gates on Season 1. Meanwhile, the This Is Us-like drama The Village is being paired with — you guessed it — This Is Us.

The Enemy Within will premiere Monday, Feb. 25 at 10/9c, after Manifest has wrapped its 16-episode fresh run. Described as a “fast-paced, spy-hunting thriller,” it stars Carpenter as Erica Shepherd, a brilliant former CIA operative now known as the most notorious traitor in American history. Currently serving life in a Supermax prison, she is
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Former Blue Bloods Star Amy Carlson Books TV Return!

Former Blue Bloods actress, Amy Carlson is returning to the small screen.

Just over a year after the actress bowed out of the CBS drama series, she has landed a guest-starring role on NBC's midseason thriller, The Village.

TV Line first reported the casting news, but there are no further details about who she will be playing at this stage.

"Welcome to the Village, an apartment building in Brooklyn that appears like any other from the outside but is quite unique inside," reads the official description of the series.

"The people who reside here have built a bonded family of friends and neighbors. Sarah's a nurse and single mom raising a creative teen; Gabe's a young law student who got a much older and unexpected roommate; Ava must secure the future of her young, U.S.-born son when Ice comes knocking; Nick's a veteran who's returned from war
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Blue Bloods Alum Amy Carlson Sets TV Return With NBC's The Village

Blue Bloods Alum Amy Carlson Sets TV Return With NBC's The Village
One year and two weeks after her Blue Bloods character was shockingly revealed to have died off-screen, Amy Carlson has lined up her next TV gig.

TVLine has learned exclusively that Carlson will guest-star on The Village, NBC’s midseason drama that has been likened to “Die Hard in an apartment building.” No, scratch that — it’s “This Is Us in an apartment building.” No character details were made available.

Per NBC’s synopsis, the titular Village is “an apartment building in Brooklyn that appears like any other from the outside but is quite unique inside. The people who reside
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The Resident Gets Full Season 2 Pickup

More Season 2 episodes, stat! Fox has handed a full-season pickup to The Resident, just three episodes into the medical drama’s sophomore season, TVLine has learned.

The news brings The Resident‘s Season 2 episode count to a full 22. The Matt Czuchry-led drama returned for its second season last month, albeit with a full slate of casting changes: Season 1 cast members Moran Atias (PR chief Renata Morali), Merrin Dungey (ex-ceo Claire Thorpe) and Melina Kanakaredes (incarcerated oncologist Lane Hunter) did not return for Season 2, and Jenna Dewan joined the series in Episode 2 as medical device sales rep Julian Booth.

The
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John Travolta as a Drug Trafficker in Trailer for Crime Film 'Speed Kills'

"I don't owe anybody, anything." Saban Films has debuted a new official trailer for an action crime drama titled Speed Kills, based on a book by Arthur J. Harris. This oddly premiered as a Vr Experience, a feature film presented entirely as a Vr feature, and it won the top award at a film festival earlier this year. John Travolta stars in this action-packed true story of an ‘80s speedboat champion and multimillionaire caught between the mob and the law. The impressive full cast includes Katheryn Winnick, Matthew Modine, James Remar, Kellan Lutz, Jennifer Esposito, Tom Sizemore, Jordi Molla, Michael Weston, Moran Atias, and Amaury Nolasco. By now we all know that Travolta isn't really making any good films anymore, and this looks to be staying true to that. I'm glad they're not trying to still push the Vr experience. Official trailer (+ old trailer / poster) for John Luessenhop & Jodi Scurfield's Speed Kills,
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