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Frequency Epilogue: Raimy and Franks Fates Revealed (Video)

The CW has given closure to one of its canceled dramas, releasing an epilogue for freshman drama Frequency online. The three-minute clip featuring Riley Smith and Peyton List as father and daughter Frank and Raimy Sullivan wraps up the major throughline of the first season. After Frank in 1996 fixes his ham radio and manages to contact Raimy in 2016 again, they confirm that their collaboration across time got the Nightingale for good, as the serial killer died in prison and never killed another nurse. ...Read More... //

Frequency and No Tomorrow Canceled by The CW

  Only one of these shows is called No Tomorrow , but it's true for both of them: No Tomorrow and Frequency have both been officially canceled by The CW, according to The Hollywood Reporter . Neither show was expected to return after posting lackluster ratings in their first seasons and not receiving ...Read More... //

Peyton List To Co-Star In Mission Control CBS Pilot With Frequency Fate In Limbo

EXCLUSIVE: Peyton List , the star of the CWs freshman series Frequency , is set as a series regular opposite David Giuntoli and Poppy Montgomery in CBS drama pilot Mission Control , from The Martian author Andy Weir, The Martian producer Simon Kinberg and CBS TV Studio. Lists casting is in second position to the Warner Bros. TV-produced Frequency . The first-year drama did not receive a back order and is unlikely to get a renewal unless its reruns take off on Netflix in ...Read More... //

Frequency's Peyton List Boards CBS' Mission Control Drama Pilot

Peyton List has signed on for a new TV show which basically confirms that her current TV show is over and out. The Frequencystar has joined the cast of the CBS drama pilot Mission Control, our sister site Deadline is reporting. The pilot, from The Martian novelist Andy Weir, centers on a group of NASA [] //

Cancellation Buzz: These TV Shows Are in Trouble

Updated Feb. 24, 2017: After just two weeks on the air (and half a day after this post was published), Doubt has become the first official broadcast network casualty . Shockingly, there still have been no official cancellations of new series by any of the major broadcast networks, and with the first batch of midseason shows debuting, the number of shows on the bubble is increasing. CBS’ Ransom , a Saturday series that got off to a slow start in January and never improved, is averaging a dismal 0.45 in the all important 18-49 rating. Doubt has only aired a couple of episodes, but things aren’t looking good there, with 0.8 in the demo. That's right on par with Training Day . There's no word on the fate of Pure Genius , which ended its run in January without any additional episodes ordered, but it's a likely goner. Powerless is struggling (staying just below the 1.0 mark in the 18-49 rating), but among NBC comedies, that's firmly tossup territory. Emerald City 's 0.7 puts it on very shaky ground. Timeless is definitely on the bubble, but it ended on a decent note, hitting a three-week high. Son of Zorn in a tossup, as is fellow FOX show Pitch . The Exorcist ended its run with terrible numbers (under 0.7), but much better reviews than early in the season. APB is by no means a hit, but its numbers are similar to those of Star , which was recently renewed. Conviction is all but canceled, as is fellow ABC drama Notorious (although neither has been officially axed). The CW likely has been waiting to find out whether Netflix subscribers will be wooed by No Tomorrow and Frequency , which are now streaming. It would take a lot of interest to save them, however, given the indifferent critical response. Among the notable sophomore shows, Scream Queens ’ future looks even bleaker now that Lea Michele has been cast in a half-hour sitcom pilot for ABC from Hamilton star (and Black-ish guest) Daveed Diggs. Averaging a 0.75 demo rating, Quantico is down about 40 percent from its first-season average. The show's typically huge DVR playback increase could help it win a renewal, however. There have been a handful of legit hits this year, of course, but none bigger than NBC's tearjerker This Is Us , which hit another ratings milestone this month. The Feb. 7 episode was the week’s top broadcast series in the Live+7 18-49 demo, outrating The Big Bang Theory in that metric for the first time. To stay on top of renewal and cancellation news, check out our Cancellation Buzz page .

Frequency Finale Sneak Peek: The New Timeline Is Full of (Fleeting?) Surprises

This Wednesday on the Frequency season finale (The CW, 9/8c), Raimy lays witness to the assorted changes brought about by her and Franks latest flurry of tampering with the past. But will all this good news keep? In the exclusive sneak peek above, Raimy (played by Peyton List) reunites with Julie (Devin Kelley), who not [] //

No Tomorrow, Frequency to Deliver Closure on Digital Side If Not Renewed

As two of The CWs three lowest-rated dramas, and given that neither received a back 9 order, the future doesnt look bright for freshmen No Tomorrow and Frequency. And in the event either/both in fact wind up cancelled, there is a plan to deliver closure to fans. Both shows are on the verge of wrapping [] //

These TV Shows Are in Danger of Being Canceled

The cancellation ax came down hard last week, with Impastor , Salem , and Marco Polo meeting their demise. However, broadcast television's freshman series all made it to mid-December without officially being canceled. But that doesn't mean they're in the clear. Here's a look at which shows are in danger and which are on the dreaded bubble. CBS decided not to order additional episodes of its medical drama Pure Genius , so it will conclude — for now — with Episode 13. Theoretically, the show still is in contention for a renewal, but its chances are slim at best. Notorious ' season finale hit a ratings low, yet another nail in the coffin for the show, whose order ABC reduced from 13 to 10 episodes. Conviction also is struggling. ABC declined to order more than the original 13 episodes and ratings have dipped below even Notorious in the 18-49 demographic. A renewal for either would be a surprise. FOX's critically lauded series Pitch already wrapped up its 10-episode rookie season. Viewership remained low, but rose slightly for the finale. The Exorcist has even lower ratings, but some critics have come around as the season has progressed. Still, the baseball drama is the better bet for a renewal. After last year's shocking full-schedule renewal, no one's quite sure whether ratings even matter at The CW. If they do, both of the new series, No Tomorrow and Frequency , are on the bubble. There are also several returning shows whose outlooks are grim. After a creatively disappointing second season, Scream Queens seems destined for the great television morgue. FOX's longstanding relationship with Ryan Murphy likely helped the show secure a second season, but with a finale rating that was well below Season 1's, the odds of a third go-'round are virtually nil. For the third consecutive season, CBS decided not to order more than the initially requested 13 episodes of The Odd Couple , so there's a little hope for a return, but not much. In even worse shape at CBS is Elementary , which has been the network's worst performer in the 18-49 demo. Now airing on Friday, the low-rated but critically beloved Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is reaching an even tinier audience. A smaller episode order this year suggests the show might be dancing toward its conclusion. But a second consecutive Golden Globe nomination for star and co-creator Rachel Bloom gives it a legitimate shot at another season.

Cancelled or Not? Girl Meets World, SYTYCD, Hit the Floor, Notorious and 9 More Series on the Bubble

The major networks continue to have trouble uttering theC-word. The broadcast and cable nets are once again going out of their way to avoid slapping even the most struggling series with a cancellation label.As a result, viewers are, in some instances, given false hope that a show thats essentially DOA has a shot at being [] //

Update: These New Shows Are in Trouble

There still have been no official cancellations by any of the major broadcast networks, but several have made decisions that shed light on the fate of this fall's new shows. The CW has decided not to order additional first-season episodes of its two freshman series. Both will conclude their seasons after 13 episodes, No Tomorrow on Jan. 17 and Frequency on Jan. 25. This is obviously a bad sign. That said, the network hasn't made an official renewal/cancellation decision, perhaps to give the shows time to win over new fans when they begin streaming on Netflix (eight days after their finales). CBS this week picked up six episodes for new comedies Man With a Plan and The Great Indoors , leaving Pure Genius as the network's only new show not to receive a back order. ABC previously reduced its order for Notorious from 13 to 10 episodes, a clear indicator that the show is in danger, while reportedly deciding not to order more episodes of Conviction (all 13 episodes are expected to air, however). The fate of the new shows on NBC and FOX remain fairly consistent with the previous update: The Exorcist is in trouble (creator Jeremy Slater has urged fans to tweet their support to FOX). NBC's Timeless appears to be a toss-up. To stay on top of renewal and cancellation news, check out our Cancellation Buzz page .