Epix has cancelled its espionage drama “Berlin Station” after three seasons. The news comes a month after the S3 finale and leaves the Ashley Judd and Richard Armitage-led spy drama ending on a cliffhanger. No word whether producer Paramount TV is considering shopping the series for a new home on cable or streaming.
This leaves “Get Shorty” as the last of Epix’s original drama series still alive at present, but a slew of new titles are on the way including “Pennyworth,” “Belgravia,” “Godfather of Harlem” and “Perpetual Grace LTD”. [Source: Deadline]
She-Ra and the Masters of the Universe
A trailer for the second season of Netflix’s “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” debuted over the weekend at WonderCon, a clip which hints at the coming war between the Princess Alliance and the Horde. As Adora embraces her destiny, former friend-turned-bitter rival Catra rises to become Hordak’s right-hand woman. The new episodes are slated to debut on April 26th.
Law & Order: SVU
NBC has renewed Dick Wolf’s “Law & Order: SVU” for a record-setting 21st season, making it TV’s longest-running primetime live-action series – surpassing the previous 20 season mark set by both “Gunsmoke” and “Law & Order”. In addition, Season 21 is not currently envisioned as a final chapter.
The news comes as Philip Winchester, who portrays Asst. District Attorney Peter Stone, is leaving the series after two seasons on the series – though his character originated on “Chicago Justice” and was transferred over after that show was axed. [Source: Deadline]
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD
ABC has set a May 10th premiere for the sixth season of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” the network making the announcement at a WonderCon panel with the crowd being treated to the first showing of the Season 6 premiere ‘Missing Pieces’ before launching into an extended Q & A session. [Source: TV Line]