With the Television Critics Association press tour on this week and next, a couple of key renewal and premiere announcements have been made.
So far, TNT has confirmed that “Angie Tribeca” has been renewed for a fourth season and “Animal Kingdom” will score a third with both to launch in 2018.
The network has also set an October 15th premiere date for the Michelle Dockery-led drama “Good Behavior” in which she plays a serial thief. They’ve also locked down an October 24th premiere for Tracy Morgan’s new comedy series “The Last O.G.”
Two of last year’s most acclaimed cable comedies return with Comedy Central setting a September 13th premiere date for the ten-episode fourth season of “Broad City,” while TBS has set a November 19th premiere for the second season of “Search Party”.
OWN has renewed its series “Queen Sugar” for a third season and showrunner Ava DuVernay has signed a first-look television and digital media deal with Winfrey’s Harpo Films. Epix has ordered a four-episode, second season of its award-winning documentary series “America Divided” for 2018.
Epix has also announced an October 15th premiere date for the second season of espionage drama “Berlin Station” They’ve also locked in October 22nd and December 8th premieres for the Nick Nolte as a former U.S. President series “Graves” and the Danica Patrick documentary “Danica” respectively.
Source: TV Line