TV News: Remorse, Pete, Nickelodeon, Gotham

Survivor’s Remorse
Starz has renewed its critically acclaimed but little seen comedy “Survivor’s Remorse” for a third season. The second season recently kicked off with new ratings highs, and the most recent episode grew again to 1.34 million Live + Same Day viewers. Jessie T. Usher stars in the comedy as a basketball star negotiating his family’s needs with his meteoric rise. [Source: The Live Feed]

Sneaky Pete
Amazon has given a series order to “Sneaky Pete,” the Giovanni Ribisi and Bryan Cranston-led drama series that CBS ordered to pilot and then passed on.

Cranston and David Shore are producing the series about a conman who, after leaving prison, takes cover from his past by assuming the identity of his cell-mate Pete. [Source: The Live Feed]

Nickelodeon
Viacom-owned children’s programmer Nickelodeon is reportedly considering ways to reboot a small handful of its oldest programs. Russell Hicks, president of content and development at Nickelodeon, says: “We are looking at our library to bring back ideas, shows that were loved, in a fresh new way.”

This has led to suggestions that the network might try out retooled versions of classic shows like “Rugrats,” “Hey Arnold!,” “The Adventures of Pete & Pete,” and “You Can’t Do That on Television”. The shows could also appear in other formats like a film or special. [Source: Variety]

Arrow
Stephen Amell’s newly tweaked Green Arrow costume is front and center in the new poster for the fourth season of The CW’s superhero series. The poster hits as executive producer Marc Guggenheim has shared some production art suggesting we can expect a bunch of “Green Lantern” references in the upcoming season.