“The Conners” gets season 3

After CBS, Fox and The CW, the US broadcaster ABC has now published its list of series that will provide us with new TV feed in the coming period. Above all, the extension of the sitcom “The Conners” by another, third season should please many fans. The cast of the “Roseanne” spin-off around John Goodman (67) and Laurie Metcalf (64) also shared the news via Twitter .

ABC has renewed a total of 13 of its series for the upcoming TV season 20/21. These include “The Rookie” (season 3) with Nathan Fillion (49), “Die Goldbergs” (season 8), “Stumptown” (season 2) with Cobie Smulders (38) and “Black-ish” (Season 7). Previously, the extension of “Grey’s Anatomy” (season 17) and “The Good Doctor” (season 4) was announced. The broadcaster, on the other hand, will separate from the less well known shows “Single Parents”, “Emergence” and “Schooled”.

Not least because of the uncertain production situation due to the corona pandemic, ABC had probably taken longer this time to decide on the future of its formats. The CW published its plan for the coming period a week ago. Extended (“Riverdale”, “The Flash”, “Dynasty”) and brand-new series will only be shown there in January 2023 at the earliest.

FX will have a fourth season of “Fargo” and “American Horror Story” three more editions (seasons 11-13). NBC meanwhile announced an eighth season of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”, season 24 of “Law & Order: SVU” and season six of “This Is Us”.

Action fans will still get their money’s worth at CBS. This is ensured by “MacGyver” (season 5) and “Magnum PI” (season 3). In addition, the crime formats “NCIS” (season 12), “NCIS: Los Angeles” (season 12) and “NCIS: New Orleans” (season 7) were renewed. Meanwhile, Trekkies are looking forward to a second season “Star Trek: Picard” and the third round “Star Trek: Discovery”, sitcom friends about further adolescence from “Young Sheldon” (season 4).

At HBO, a fourth season of “Westworld” was confirmed, TBS continues with “Snowpiercer” (season 2) and Fox sends “Last Man Standing” into the ninth year.

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