During an appearance on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live on Monday, Hurley was asked by a caller if she was satisfied with the show’s conclusion. “No,” she replied. “We didn’t expect it to end. Everybody thought there would definitely be a fifth season, so the storylines weren’t really finished properly. I think a lot of the fans were upset that we didn’t tie up loose ends.
Some shows were canceled due to low ratings and others were axed because of issues with the network they were on. Whatever the case may be, many fandoms' hearts were broken when they heard the devastating news that their favorite show had come to an end.
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There are a few cancelations TV Fanatics can stomach but these shows are not them. These shows deserved better. The characters' stories were far from over and fans were not ready to say goodbye just yet.
So sit back and let's reflect on the TV cancelations of 2018 that made us question everything.
And make sure to let us know which 2018 cancelation had
“I programmed myself to tolerate the intolerable,” Bush told Dax Shepard on his podcast, “Armchair Expert.” “And part of the big break for me in saying, ‘No. I don’t necessarily know what it is, but I know that what’s happening is not good for me and everything has to change.’ That was a big cutoff point when I quit my job.”
“It has to stop, everything stops,” she continued. “I quit because what I’ve learned, I’ve been so programmed to be a good girl
The actress — who departed P.D. in 2017, after playing Det. Erin Lindsay for four seasons — spoke candidly on Dax Shepard’s Armchair Expert podcast about the on-set conditions that prompted her unhappiness.
“I programmed myself to tolerate the intolerable,” Bush said, revealing that she had had an epiphany after attending mental health workshops via the therapeutic program Onsite. “Part of the big break for me [was] saying, ‘No. I don’t necessarily know what it is, but I know that what’s happening is not good
Holloway is succeeding Debra Birnbaum — who’s been tapped as director of awards at Amazon — and will lead the publication’s team of TV writers, editors, and critics in Los Angeles and New York. He will be responsible for shaping the daily and weekly TV coverage for print and online and set and implement Variety’s overall TV strategy.
He will also put his own imprint on Variety’s TV podcast, “Remote Controlled.”
Holloway will report directly to Variety co-Editor-in-Chief Claudia Eller.
“Dan has proven himself to be a major star here at Variety and was the natural choice to take on the leadership of our great TV team,” says Eller. “Given his smarts, drive, and deep knowledge of the industry, Dan will be a phenomenal manager, mentor,
#Loyals, we’re so thankful for your undying support of #TheRoyals, but sadly our reign has officially come to an end. It has been a true privilege to bring this series to life and to work with such an amazing cast and crew on 4 incredible seasons! #LongLiveTheRoyals pic.twitter.com/DPmb7zoMYm
— Lionsgate TV (@LionsgateTV) September 24, 2018
After E! annouced on August 16 that it was ending its first and only remaining original scripted series, the production company said it had been in talks with sister cable network Pop — a co-venture between Lionsgate and CBS — for a possible Season 5 pickup. Now it’s confirmed that isn’t to be.
Premiering in March 2014, The Royals followed a fictional modern-day
Described as a “complex and timely spy thriller,” Surveillance will star Bush as the charming head of communications for the National Security Agency, whose loyalty is torn between protecting the government’s secrets and her own.
CBS has handed a production commitment to the potential series, which was originally in the works at Fox but did not receive a pilot order. The Eye Network is also currently developing Mia,
A scripted drama, The Royals stars Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Jake Maskall, Tom Austen, Genevieve Gaunt, and Max Brown. The E! Entertainment TV series centers on a fictional British royal family, in modern day London. They inhabit a world of opulence that caters to
As it was their last remaining (and first) scripted program, the cancelation leaves them with only reality programming for now.
Deadline reports producing studio Lionsgate TV has been shopping the drama around to other networks with Pop a possibility for a fifth season.
As the real royal family has been an inspiration for The Royals and with Meghan Markles' introduction this year, the timing seems off for a network otherwise focused on celebrity.
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Markle surely brought in a sizeable audience while on Suits and an even larger one as she married into the royal without a capital R family.
It wouldn't surprise anyone if The Royals wanted to introduce a new Hollywood celebrity of their own into the storyline.
There was also a behind-the-scenes
“E! will not be moving forward with another season of The Royals, which launched in 2015 as the network’s first original scripted series,” a spokesperson for the network said in a statement. “Over four seasons, The Royals took viewers behind the palace gates on a scandalous journey filled with twists and turns. We are grateful to the cast and our producing partners at Lionsgate and Universal Cable Productions.”
According to our sister site Deadline,
“E! will not be moving forward with another season of ‘The Royals,’ which launched in 2015 as the network’s first original scripted series,” a spokesperson for the network said in a statement to TheWrap. “Over four seasons, ‘The Royals’ took viewers behind the palace gates on a scandalous journey filled with twists and turns. We are grateful to the cast and our producing partners at Lionsgate and Universal Cable Productions.”
The fourth — and now final — season aired between March and May, earlier this year.
Also Read: Mark Schwahn Fired From 'The Royals' Following Sexual Harassment Investigation
Starring Hurley, “The Royals” followed a fictional modern day royal family as they find love, conspire against one another, and are forced to face long-hidden secrets, all in the name of the crown. Other stars included Max Brown,
“E! will not be moving forward with another season of ‘The Royals,’ which launched in 2015 as the network’s first original scripted series,” a spokesperson for E! told Variety in a statement. “Over four seasons, ‘The Royals’ took viewers behind the palace gates on a scandalous journey filled with twists and turns. We are grateful to the cast and our producing partners at Lionsgate and Universal Cable Productions.”
Season 4 of the series aired between March and May earlier this year. In Live+Same Day viewing, the season averaged a 0.2 rating in adults 18-49 and around 400,000 viewers per episode, down approximately 30% in the key demo from Season 3. Sources say that the show could continue at the cable network Pop, which is a joint venture between CBS Entertainment and Lionsgate Entertainment.
“E! will not be moving forward with another season of The Royals, which launched in 2015 as the network’s first original scripted series,” an E! spokesperson said in a statement to Deadline. “Over four seasons, The Royals took viewers behind the palace gates on a scandalous journey filled with twists and turns. We are grateful to the cast and our producing partners at Lionsgate and Universal Cable Productions.”
E!’s decision comes three months after The Royals‘ Season 4 finale aired and eight months after the ouster of series creator/executive
TV writers’ rooms, so we have long been told (mostly by male writers), are hotbeds of creativity. Places where intense geniuses bat one-liners back and forth like tennis champions and everyone talks like Don Draper landing an account with Chevy. Normal workplace rules don’t apply in this weirdly mythologised space. Everything must be at the service of the story. So if that involves a male writer forcing a female writer’s head between her knees, then balancing a soda can on it while making a joke about her ability to perform oral sex, then so be it. An award-winning show might be the end result.
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The actress chatted with Andy Cohen on Sirius Xm's Andy Cohen Live and detailed an incident in which she was touched by creator Mark Schwahn.
“The first time Mark Schwahn grabbed my ass, I hit him in front of six other producers,” she shared. “And I hit him f—ing hard.”
But that was not the sole incident. Bush stated that Schwahn was "super-obsessed" with another actress from the hit CW drama.
“He started trying to bang down her hotel room door in the middle of the night," the actress continued.
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"She had to be moved … and then her boyfriend came and stayed with her [for] the next month. It almost came to fisticuffs between the two of them.”
It truly sounds like
“The first time Mark Schwahn grabbed my ass I hit him in front of six other producers. And I hit him f—ing hard,” the actress said on Andy Cohen’s “Andy Cohen Live” SiriusXM show.
Bush said that she found out years later Schwahn called her “entitled” for avoiding his touch.
“And he came back to LA and I was told years later by one of the then writers who became an EP that he came back being like,
To recap: Back in November, Bush joined Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Lenz and 15 more female cast and crew members in releasing a joint statement accusing series creator Mark Schwahn of inappropriate sexual conduct. The letter was published after staff writer Audrey Wauchope took to Twitter to share her first-hand account of harassment that she and writing partner Rachel Specter experienced.
In a new interview on Sirius Xm’s Andy Cohen Live, Bush recalled at least one instance in which she herself was inappropriately touched by Schwahn.
Bush, speaking on Sirius Xm’s Andy Cohen Live, went into detail about the harassment by Schwahn that she says One Tree Hill actresses endured. (Bush’s co-stars Hilarie Burton and Bethany Joy Lenz have also gone public with similar claims; Schwahn later was fired from E!’s The Royals).
Listen to the interview above.
“Yeah, look, my mom is a crazy Italian lady from New Jersey,” Bush told Cohen. “The first time Mark Schwahn grabbed my ass I hit him in front of six other producers and I hit him f*cking hard.”
Bush also says Schwahn was “super-obsessed” with another One Tree Hill actress.
“We knew about things he’d say to people, we knew about the late-night texts,
“I think you’ve cleared the way for more consolidation,” Epix president Michael Wright said Wednesday at Variety‘s Tune In! TV Summit. “My personal expectation is you’re probably going to see more of it.”
Wright was joined by studio and network chiefs from across television in a panel moderated by Variety executive editor Debra Birnbaum — who kicked things off with a conversation about Tuesday’s At&T-Time Warner decision.
Several execs shared Wright’s view.
“Unlike some of the fears that it’s going to be anti-competitive, I think it’s going to create a situation where more people are going to be able to compete with some of the streamers who have eaten up some of the environment,” said Lionsgate Television president Sandra Stern.
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