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TV News: Walking, Leverage, Mother

By Garth Franklin Saturday December 22nd 2012 08:36PM
TV News: Walking, Leverage, Mother

The Walking Dead
No surprise here, AMC has renewed its flagship drama 'The Walking Dead' for a fourth season. Glen Mazzara is also stepping down as show runner once production on the final episodes of the third season have wrapped.

The departure of Mazzara was due to a difference of opinion about the direction of the show moving forward. As a result a lot of fans and fellow producers have taken to social media to express their anger. [Source: Deadline]

Leverage
Just days before the fifth season finale goes to air, TNT has decided not to move forward with another season of "Leverage."

Earlier this month show runner Dean Devlin penned a letter suggesting the upcoming Christmas finale was the episode with which he intended to end the series. [Source: The Live Feed]

How I Met Your Mother
In a last minute turn around, CBS' sitcom "How I Met Your Mother" is being renewed for a ninth season.

The news comes after cast negotiations went to the wire, especially with actor Jason Segel who was set on bailing. [Source: Deadline]

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