There are some good news, some bad news for fans of Web Therapy, The Exes, Masters of Sex, Odd Mom Out or Ray Donovan, because their respective networks have just announced whether they want to continue with these shows or cancel them, and news about Twin Peaks.
1. Web Therapy – cancelled
After four seasons, and being a web series on YouTube, the show has run its course and Showtime decided not to renew Lisa Kudrow’s show.
The news was announced during 2015 TCA summer press tour, where Showtime president David Nevins answered whether there would be a season 5 of the show, to which he simply replied “No.”
The series followed Kurdrow’s Fiona Wallace, a therapist who offered sessions online via video chat. The recurring cast included names like Victor Garber, Lily Tomlin, Alan Cumming and more, plus a guest star roster of dozens — including Christina Applegate, Malin Akerman, Rosie O’Donnell, Steve Carell and Billy Crystal.
2. Twin Peaks
“I expect (the series) be more than nine (episodes),” Nevins said Tuesday during his presentation at the TCA press tour. “It’s open ended. I know what his shooting schedule is, and then I’m going to let him cut into it however many episodes it feels best at.”
As to the premiere date? “I want it as badly and as soon as the biggest fans in the world,” he said. “I’m hoping sooner rather than later.”
3. Ray Donovan and Masters of Sex – renewed
Both Showtime series are in their mid-third seasons, and both of them have been renewed for a forth season, Nevins announced during TCA.
4. Odd Mom Out – renewed
Jill Kargman, Abby Elliott, Andy Buckley, KK Glick, Sean Kleier and Joanna Cassidy will return to a second season of Odd Mom Out, based on the novel “Momzillas,” by Kargman, who is also the creator and producer of the series.
“Mom and non-mom viewers alike — from Beverly Hills to Brooklyn — have found a spirit animal in Jill Kargman’s hilarious and relatable depiction of a woman struggling to keep up,” said Lara Spotts, SVP of development for Bravo Media. “We are excited to bring fans more of this vibrant and highly entertaining world driven by an amazing cast and creative team.”
5. The Exes – cancelled
TV Land has decided not to give another season to The Exes, as star Kristen Johnston confirms via Twitter.
— kristen johnston (@kjothesmartass) August 11, 2015
In July the series resumed his fourth season, and he upcoming Sept. 16 season finale now will serve as a series finale.1 of 1