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TBS TV Show Ratings (updated 2/12/20)

The ratings may be pretty low for TBS' original scripted TV series but this cable channel seems to be committed to airing them. Of course, they can't keep them all. Which will be cancelled and which will be renewed? Stay tuned.

Scripted TBS shows listed: American Dad!, Angie Tribeca, Clipped, Cougar Town, The Detour, Final Space, Ground Floor, The Guest Book, The Last Og, Miracle Workers, People of Earth, Search Party, Sullivan & Son, Wrecked, and Your Family or Mine.

Last update: Most recent ratings added for Miracle Workers.

There's lots of data that execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series. The ratings for initial airings don't play as large a role as they do on commercial stations but they are still an indication of how popular a show is. Here's an updated listing of
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155 Ending or Cancelled TV Shows for the 2018-19 Season

Here's a list of TV shows that aired (or are expected to air) during the 2018-19 season (roughly September 2018 through August 2019) but won't be back for the 2019-20 season. Not finding a show that you believe has been cancelled? Check the 2017-18 season list or the 2019-20 season list. You can also check our status pages.

Most recent additions: Sweetbitter (Starz), Reef Break (ABC), Strange Angel (CBS All Access), Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Netflix), BH90210 (Fox), Pearson (USA Network), The InBetween (NBC), Lodge 49 (AMC), Marvel's Cloak & Dagger (Freeform), The Guest Book (TBS), Grand Hotel (ABC), Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (Freeform), No Good Nick (Netflix), Frontier (Netflix), American Princess (Lifetime), Saturday Night Politics (MSNBC), The Detour (TBS), Child Support (ABC), Dancing with the Stars: Juniors (ABC), The Alec Baldwin Show (ABC), Instinct (CBS), Krypton (Syfy), Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath (A&E), Ok K.O.! Let's
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Watch: Freeform’s “25 Days of Christmas” Schedule Revealed in New Music Video

Coming off the incredibly strong performance of its “31 Nights of Halloween” programming, Freeform kicks the holidays into high gear with the announcement of the beloved “25 Days of Christmas” lineup beginning on December 1st, just one month from today. The go-to network for holiday-themed original content and beloved classics boasts a lineup that includes the premieres of Freeform original feature Ghosting: The Spirit of Christmas, with The Bold Type star Aisha Dee and The Guest Book’s Kimiko Glenn, airing Wednesday, December 4th at 9:00 p.m. Est/Pst. There will also be a bit of …
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The Guest Book

Network: TBS.

Episodes: 20 (half-hour).

Seasons: Two.

TV show dates: August 3, 2017 — December 18, 2019.

Series status: Cancelled.

Performers include: Kellie Martin, Charles Robinson, Aloma Wright, Carly Jibson, Lou Wilson, Garret Dillahunt, Laura Bell Bundy, and Eddie Steeples.

TV show description:

An anthology-style comedy from Greg Garcia, The Guest Book TV show centers on the vacationers who stay in Froggy Cottage, in the small town of Mount Trace. While the house and townie characters remain the same, each episode follows new guests.

The series' concept came from Garcia's penchant for writing fictitious tales in rental cabins guest books, in hopes of spooking future customers.

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‘Search Party’ Moves to HBO Max for Season 3, Scores Season 4 Renewal

  • Variety
Fans of “Search Party” will soon be searching for the show on HBO Max.

In another example of a series being shuttled off a linear cable channel, the TBS comedy series is moving over to WarnerMedia’s nascent streaming service for its upcoming third season. In addition, the show has been renewed for a fourth season with the move. Season 3 is slated to air in spring 2020 and the first two seasons of the show will also be available to stream.

“With HBO Max we have the unique opportunity to continue this brilliant, acclaimed series and connect with even more of the younger, digital natives who have worshipped it the most,” said Kevin Reilly, chief content officer for HBO Max and president of TNT, TBS and truTV.

“Search Party” was originally renewed for its third season last year. The series stars Alia Shawkat, Meredith Hagner, Brandon Micheal Hall, John Early and John Reynolds.
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The Guest Book: Season Two Viewer Votes

Are you enjoying your stay at the Bare Feet Retreat during the second season of The Guest Book TV show on TBS? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like The Guest Book is cancelled or renewed for season three. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of The Guest Book season two episodes here. *Status update below.

A TBS anthology sitcom, The Guest Book stars unfolds in a new town, at the Bare Feet Retreat in Mabel Beach, and features new series regulars Jimmy Tatro, Kimiko Glenn, and Dan Beirne, alongside returnees Carly Jibson and Eddie Steeples. The comedy centers on the
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The Guest Book: Season Two Ratings

During its first season on TBS The Guest Book TV show was a top-three Nielsen ratings performers. Was that just beginner's luck, or did it attract a loyal audience of fellow travelers? Will The Guest Book be cancelled or renewed for season three? Stay tuned. *Status update below.

A TBS anthology-style sitcom, second season of The Guest Book unfolds in a new town, at the Bare Feet Retreat in Mabel Beach, and features new series regulars Jimmy Tatro, Kimiko Glenn, and Dan Beirne, alongside returnees Carly Jibson and Eddie Steeples. The comedy centers on the guests who record their confessions, alibis, and farewells in the cottage’s guest book. This time around, they are hosted by town locals Bodhi (Tatro), Nikki (Glenn) and Tommy (Beirne).

New guest stars in The Guest Book season two include: Pete Davidson, Will Arnett, Michael Kenneth
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HBO Max Names Billy Wee, Nikki Reed to Animated, Scripted Originals Exec Posts

  • Variety
HBO Max is filling out more executive posts, this time in its family friendly divisions.

Billy Wee has been named senior vice president of original animation, and Nikki Reed has been tapped as vice president of kids and family scripted originals at the upcoming streaming platform, which debuts in the spring of 2020. Both report to Jennifer O’Connell, executive VP of original non-fiction and kids at HBO Max.

“The kids and family space has a long history at WarnerMedia, from our legendary animation to classic motion pictures, and is now an essential part of HBO Max,” said HBO Max chief content officer Kevin Reilly, who also serves as the president of TNT, TBS and truTV. “We now have a top-notch team to create a slate of original content appealing to kids, tweens, young adults and the whole family.”

Wee, who will oversee all original animated programming for HBO Max, previously
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HBO Max Hires TBS And Nickelodeon Execs To Bolster Animation, Kids & Family Originals

  • Deadline
HBO Max said Wednesday that it has hired TBS original programming executive Billy Wee as Svp Original Animation and former Nickelodeon and Disney development exec Nikki Reed as VP Kids and Family Scripted Originals. The team will create the slate of family-oriented, animated and scripted originals for the direct-to-consumer service now set to launch spring 2020.

The latest hires for WarnerMedia’s streaming service will report to Jennifer O’Connell, HBO Max’s Evp Original Non-Fiction and Kids.

WarnerMedia has been filling out its exec structure for HBO Max. On Tuesday, it solidified its digital media and tech exec team.

“Our kids and family team is extraordinary,” O’Connell said in a release announcing the hires. “Billy has extensive experience in animation and strong relationships within the animated creative community, as well as substantial ties with our colleagues at both Warner Brothers Animation and Cartoon Network. Nikki has worked for the
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TBS, TNT General Manager Brett Weitz Adds TruTV to Purview

  • Variety
WarnerMedia’s Brett Weitz is officially adding another domain to his purview: the general manager of TBS and TNT has now been tasked with overseeing TruTV, and will manage all three networks and steer the creative executive teams and development for TBS, TNT and TruTV in Los Angeles and New York.

Additionally, Thom Hinkle, most recently executive vice president of original programming at TBS, has been elevated to the role of head of original content for the cable trio.

“Brett and Thom transformed TBS into an Emmy® award-winning, premiere comedy destination, and will continue to shape the identities of all three of these top-rated networks,” said TNT, TBS and TruTV president Kevin Reilly, who also serves as chief content officer for HBO Max. “Their unconventional risk taking combined with their strong industry relationships will continue shepherd the evolution of TBS, TNT and TruTV.”

Prior to stepping into the role of
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Brett Weitz Upped To General Manager Of TNT, TBS, & truTV; Thom Hinkle Named Head Of Original Content For The 3 Networks

  • Deadline
Exclusive: Brett Weitz continues to expand his turf at WarnerMedia. Eight months after he was promoted from Evp Programming for TBS to General Manager of TNT and TBS, Weitz is also taking on oversight of truTV. With the new title of General Manager of TNT, TBS & TruTV, he will now manage all three networks and oversee their creative executive teams and development in New York and Los Angeles. Concurrently, Thom Hinkle, most recently Evp Original Programming at TBS, has been upped to head of original content for all three networks, bringing TNT and truTV into his role.

Weitz’s promotion, part of a contract re-up that had been in the works for months, follows the May contract extension of Kevin Reilly, who added truTV to his portfolio as president of TNT, TBS and truTV and Chief Content Officer, HBO Max, leading to the departure of truTV president Chris Linn and layoffs at the network.
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Martha Plimpton to Star in Lena Dunham’s HBO Max Pilot ‘Generation’

  • The Wrap
Martha Plimpton to Star in Lena Dunham’s HBO Max Pilot ‘Generation’
Raising Hope” alum Martha Plimpton has joined the cast of the HBO Max pilot “Generation,” TheWrap has learned.

Ordered to pilot by the WarnerMedia streaming service last month, “Generation” is co-created, co-written and co-directed by “Cake” director Daniel Barnz with his 17-year-old daughter Zelda, and executive produced by “Girls” creator Lena Dunham.

Described as a “dark, yet playful half-hour dramedy,” the series centers on a group of high school students “whose exploration of modern sexuality tests deeply entrenched beliefs about life, love and the nature of family in their conservative community.”

Also Read: Steven Soderbergh's Next Film Starring Meryl Streep Goes to HBO Max

Plimpton will star in the project as Megan, a magnetic Adderall-fueled type-a Orange County mother whose core convictions clash with the values of her children’s generation. Should the project move forward, it would mark her first series regular role since the conclusion of ABC’s “The Real O’Neals.
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‘Angie Tribeca’ Canceled After 4 Seasons at TBS

TBS has canceled the comedy “Angie Tribeca” after four seasons, TheWrap has learned.

Created by Steve and Nancy Carell, the cop-show parody starred Rashida Jones as a lone-wolf Lapd detective alongside Hayes MacArthur, Jere Burns, Deon Cole and Andrée Vermeulen. The most recent season added “Boardwalk Empire” alum Bobby Cannavale as Jones’ son. Ira Ungerleider served as executive producer and showrunner.

The move to cancel “Angie Tribeca” comes nearly five months after TBS debuted the entire fourth season across two days in late December. The finale episode was watched by 273,000 total viewers.

Also Read: TBS Cancels 'Wrecked' After 3 Seasons

Last month, the network canceled another one of its original comedies — the “Lost” parody “Wrecked,” from creators Jordan and Justin Shipley — after three seasons.

TBS’s current live-action comedy slate consists of the Jason Jones-led “The Detour,” which is set to return for a fourth season in June; the critically acclaimed “Search Party,
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‘Angie Tribeca’ Canceled By TBS After 4 Seasons

  • Deadline
It’s official: There will not be a fifth season for Angie Tribeca, TBS’ cop spoof comedy series created by Nancy and Steve Carell and starring Rashida Jones.

There had been persistent chatter that Angie Tribeca was done after it wrapped its fourth (and now final) season in December. A number of cast members already have moved on, getting other gigs.

Angie Tribeca was in the same situation as two other TBS comedy series, Wrecked and The Guest Book. Wrecked officially was canceled last month, while there still isn’t a formal decision on the Greg Garcia anthology The Guest Book.

There are three remaining TBS original scripted series, The O.G., The Detour and Search Party.

Jones starred as the Lapd’s lone-wolf title detective on Angie Tribeca, which got off to a strong start in January 2016 on TBS and launched its entire first season as a marathon, then
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Madonna, Andy Cohen, Don Lemon Honored at GLAAD Media Awards New York

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Madonna, Andy Cohen, Don Lemon Honored at GLAAD Media Awards New York
Following the Los Angeles ceremony in March, the 30th GLAAD Media Awards went to New York to continue honoring the celebrities, films, shows and media organizations that have made strides in supporting the Lgbtq+ community this past year.

Drag superstar Shangela hosted the event, which presented Madonna with the Advocate for Change award and Andy Cohen with the Vito Russo award. Recently, the pop star performed the single “Medellín” from her upcoming 14th album “Madame X” with Maluma and five hologram-like avatars of herself at the Billboard Music Awards. Cohen became the first openly gay late-night talk show host when his show “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” launched on Bravo in 2009. Janelle Monáe also won outstanding musical artist following the release of her Grammy-nominated album “Dirty Computer.”

Other winners included “Pose,” the FX drama with a mostly transgender cast; “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee”; “CNN Tonight with Don Lemon
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Justin Hartley Launches Production Company, Inks Pod Deal With 20th TV

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Justin Hartley Launches Production Company, Inks Pod Deal With 20th TV
Exclusive: Justin Hartley is branching out into TV producing. The popular This Is Us star has signed a pod deal with 20th Century Fox TV, the studio behind the acclaimed NBC family drama.

Under the pact, Hartley will develop and produce new projects for broadcast, cable and streaming through his newly launched company, ChangeUp Productions. Hartley will work with Julianna Larosa, whom he has hired as VP, Head of Development and Production.

Most recently, Larosa served as Manager of Development at Greg Garcia’s CBS TV Studios-based Amigos de Garcia Productions since 2013. There, she worked on such series as The Guest Book for TBS and The Millers for CBS. Additionally, Larosa produced a 10-episode scripted comedy web series, The MacMillan Genius Grant.

Hartley is the latest This Is Us star to land a pod deal with 20th TV, joining Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore and Sterling K. Brown.

Hartley plays one of The Big Three,
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Village Roadshow Hires Alix Jaffe As Evp Television

  • Deadline
Village Roadshow Entertainment Group CEO Steve Mosko has made another key hire as he continues to build his executive team.

Former Amigos de Garcia president and CBS current executive Alix Jaffe has joined Vreg as Evp Television. She will oversee Vreg’s independent television business focusing on scripted content, reporting to Mosko.

Jaffe’s appointment follows the recent hire of Jillian Apfelbaum as Evp Content as Vreg is making a push in development and production of content with an emphasis on television.

“Alix is an ideal addition to our executive team as we ramp up content production in all areas of our business,” said Mosko. “She brings invaluable experience and knowledge to all aspects of this role, and I look forward to building Vreg’s content slate with her direct input.”

Since 2013, Jaffe had served as President of Greg Garcia’s production company, Amigos de Garcia, which is based at
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Village Roadshow Names Alix Jaffe Executive Vice President of Television

  • The Wrap
Village Roadshow Entertainment Group is bringing on Alix Jaffe as executive vice president of television.

The veteran producer will continue the company’s recent commitment to ramp up its development and production of content, with an emphasis on TV. Reporting to chief executive officer Steve Mosko, she will oversee the company’s plans to build out an independent television business with a focus on scripted content.

“Alix is an ideal addition to our executive team as we ramp up content production in all areas of our business,” Mosko said Monday. “She brings invaluable experience and knowledge to all aspects of this role and I look forward to building Vreg’s content slate with her direct input.”

Also Read: Village Roadshow Names Jillian Apfelbaum Evp of Content

Jaffe’s past experience before joining Village Roadshow includes serving as president of Amigos de Garcia, Greg Garcia’s production company, as part of
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GLAAD Media Awards Honor ‘Queer Eye,’ ‘Love, Simon,’ Beyoncé and Jay-Z

GLAAD Media Awards Honor ‘Queer Eye,’ ‘Love, Simon,’ Beyoncé and Jay-Z
The 30th annual GLAAD Media Awards were announced in Los Angeles last night, in a ceremony that featured a rousing speech from Beyoncé and Jay-Z, who were on hand to accept the Vanguard Award. Put on by the country’s leading Lgbtq advocacy group, the GLAAD Media Awards recognize and honor media for fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (Lgbtq) community and the issues that affect their lives.

“Love, Simon,” the first movie from a major studio to feature a gay teenage coming out story, took top honor for Outstanding Film – Wide Release. The heartfelt comedy follows a popular high school kid coming out while experiencing his first romance. Directed by Greg Berlanti, “Love, Simon” was produced under Elizabeth Gabler’s Fox 2000 banner, which Disney recently announced would be shutting down following the Disney/Fox merger.

“Films like ‘Love, Simon’ aren’t tentpoles,
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GLAAD Media Awards: ‘Love, Simon,’ ‘Queer Eye,’ ‘Vida’ Take Top Prizes

GLAAD Media Awards: ‘Love, Simon,’ ‘Queer Eye,’ ‘Vida’ Take Top Prizes
Romantic teen comedy-drama “Love, Simon,” Netflix’s reality show “Queer Eye” and Starz’s comedy series “Vida” took top honors at the 2019 GLAAD Media Awards on Thursday night in Los Angeles.

“Love, Simon,” an Lgbtq themed high-school rom-com, took the prize for Outstanding Film Wide Release with Gwyneth Paltrow presenting the award to director Greg Berlanti and cast members Nick Robinson, Keiynan Lonsdale and Alexandra Schipp.

Outstanding Reality Program went to “Queer Eye,” Netflix’s reboot of the Bravo series, starring Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Bobby Berk and Karamo Brown.

Vida,” about two Mexican-American sisters who return home to a rapidly gentrifying Boyle Heights — and find out their recently deceased mother was in a relationship with a woman — took home the award for Outstanding Comedy Series.

Also Read: GLAAD Removes 'Bohemian Rhapsody' From Awards Contention After Bryan Singer Sexual Misconduct Accusations

The 30th annual GLAAD
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