It has been a very busy day on the TV renewal front with multiple series all picking up new season orders.
AT&T Audience Network has renewed two of its conspiracy thriller series “Condor” for a second season, and its polyamorous rom-com “You Me Her” for a fourth and fifth season.
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You Me Her, from Entertainment One, and created by executive producer and showrunner John Scott Shepherd, stars Greg Poehler, Rachel Blanchard and Priscilla Faia in a romantic comedy with a little something extra: a third person.
Showtime has announced that its Golden Globe Award-winning drama series “The Affair” has been renewed for a fifth and final season. Season four is currently airing on Sundays with the finale set to air on August 19th.
Nickelodeon has ordered a 26-episode second season of Nickelodeon’s “Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” well ahead of the 2D-animated series’ first season debut which will happen on September 17th. The network has also handed out renewals to “Henry Danger,” “Knight Squad,” “Hunter Street” and “The Dude Perfect Show”.
Lifetime has renewed its Penn Badgley-led psychological thriller series “You” for a second season, ages ahead of the series premiere which is set for September 9th. The show will screen on Netflix internationally.
Finally, Hallmark has renewed the Catherine Bell-led “Good Witch” for a fifth season and announced that “When Calls the Heart” is getting a spinoff called “When Hope Calls” to launch in 2019 on the Hallmark Movies Now streaming service.