ET/PT on Starz.[via: Deadline] The story seems to have captivated viewers so far — the premiere’s live + same day audience number placed it among Starz’s best ever for an original series, according to Deadline.”American Gods” airs Sundays at 9 p.m. #AmericanGods is returning for Season 2. Posted May 11, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongThe gods aren’t going anywhere.Just two episodes in, “American Gods” has yet to answer several questions; however, whether or not the show will continue isn’t one of them.
— American Gods (@AmericanGodsSTZ) May 11, 2017The series is based on the 2001 novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman, who serves as one of the show’s executive producers alongside developers Bryan Fuller and Michael Green. Starz made its announcement Thursday, less than two weeks after the series’ April 30 premiere. Apparently, the network isn’t into playing it cool when it knows what it wants.The “American Gods” Twitter account shared the news, saying that fans’ “prayers have been answered.”Your prayers have been answered. Like the book, the series centers on Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle), a man who gets out of jail and then caught up in a battle between two opposing groups of gods.

Posted May 11, 2017 by Gina CarboneNope, this time Steve Harvey did not read the wrong card. […] I’m in the hallway, I’m getting ambushed by people with friends that come to the show and having me sign this and do this. “I’ve always had a policy where, you know, you can come and talk to me — so many people are great around here, but some of them just started taking advantage of it. I just said, ‘Wait a minute.’ And in hindsight, I probably should’ve handled it a little bit differently.”So he decided to send the letter asking everyone to respect his privacy. Apparently he had an open door policy that left him being “ambushed” and interrupted all day, so he chose this rather pointed way of getting the message across.”I could not find a way to walk from the stage to my dressing room, to sit in my makeup chair, to walk from my dressing room to the stage or to just sit and have lunch without somebody just walking in,” Harvey told ET’s Kevin Frazier. He continued to Frazier:”I just didn’t want to be in this prison anymore where I had to be in this little room, scared to go out and take a breath of fresh air without somebody approaching me, so I wrote the letter. I appreciate you asking me.”Sources told Variety the memo may have been leaked by a former staff member, who may not have been invited to work on the show as it moved to L.A.Fans seem mixed on how to react to Harvey’s letter; many found it arrogant and condescending — not a good way to speak to your own staff in the workplace — while others empathized with his attempt to find a new balance after an open-door policy backfired.Want more stuff like this? He stands by the memo he sent to his staff at the “Steve Harvey” show, only seeming to regret that it was leaked and critiqued across the Internet.Harvey is moving his revamped talk show to Los Angeles this fall, and the letter he wrote was directed to his staff in Chicago before the start of Season 5.Here’s what he wrote:This email that Steve Harvey sent to his staff……
— Yashar (@yashar) May 10, 2017Harvey talked to Entertainment Tonight about the letter, further expanding on his quest to just have some space as he worked. I don’t apologize about the letter, but it’s kind of crazy what people who took this thing and ran, man. Like us on Facebook.

Haunted by a daughter given up at birth, Robin desperately wants to find her, yet dreads revealing the truth of her conception. It will then air on SundanceTV in the U.S. In the meantime, “Mad Men” alum Moss can now be seen as another badass woman fighting the system in Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale.”Want more stuff like this? But her search to discover ‘China Girl’s’ identity will take her into the city’s darkest recesses and closer than she could have imagined to the secrets of her own heart.”Here’s the trailer:Based on the trailer, it looks like Kidman plays the adopted mother of Robin’s biological child, who ends up wrapped up in the greater mystery.”Top of the Lake: China Girl” — which also stars David Dencik, Alice Englert, and Ewen Leslie — premieres this month at the Cannes Film Festival. in September. Like us on Facebook. In “Top of the Lake: China Girl,” Elisabeth Moss returns to her Golden Globe-winning role, this time joined by Nicole Kidman (and her amazing new hair) and “Game of Thrones” star Gwendoline Christie.Here’s the synopsis from SundanceTV:”Top of the Lake: China Girl’ is a crime mystery story that finds Detective Robin Griffin (Elisabeth Moss) recently returned to Sydney and trying to rebuild her life. Posted May 11, 2017 by Gina CarboneFinally, Peggy Olson and Brienne of Tarth are in the same TV series!The second season of “Top of the Lake” has a dream team cast, and a troubling new trailer. Robin looks to the investigation to restore herself, but her problems are personal. New episodes will stream on Hulu the day after they air. When the body of an Asian girl washes up on Bondi Beach, there appears little hope of finding the killer, until Robin realizes ‘China Girl’ didn’t die alone.

Whatever works![via: Huffington Post]Want more stuff like this? So on the weekends, before I go to my work week, I memorize.”She then pivoted back to her character in “Miss Sloane,” explaining that the only way she could play this character — the smartest person in the room — would be to put in the hours working on the script to get the lines down cold.Jessica Chastain’s reaction to this Johnny Depp question was everything ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜‚
— BBC News Ents Team (@BBCNewsEnts) May 10, 2017She wasn’t throwing shade at Depp, just the idea of having her lines fed to her on set. Like us on Facebook. Closed them. Smiled. He makes a lot more money per film than Jessica Chastain, thanks to his longer career and huge success with the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies. Posted May 11, 2017 by Gina CarboneJessica Chastain is a true professional. According to the report, Brando claimed it added spontaneity to his readings. She has a right to think that’s less than professional. Yeah, he’s topped the most overpaid star list for a couple of years in a row, and now that he’s involved in lawsuits over his “lost millions,” a whole lot of dirty laundry is coming out, but he’s still Johnny Depp and that gives him a special kind of armor. Fans are still defending him.Depp is not the only star to (allegedly) require line-feedings, or use unorthodox techniques. No need to go crying for Johnny. When making “The Godfather,” the Associated Press reported, Marlon Brando had his lines written on sheets of paper and taped them onto co-stars Al Pacino and Robert Duvall, reading off their bodies while they faced away from the camera. And then responded: “No, I guess my technique is working hard. Just watch her amazing response, and pivot back to film promotion, when asked about one of Johnny Depp’s reported acting “techniques.”Chastain was promoting “Miss Sloane” to BBC News, and she was asked if she had a specific technique when it comes to memorizing lines; the interviewer mentioned a report that Depp has his lines fed to him on set via an earpiece.Her response to that: She rolled her eyes.

And would they know the difference between an actual Arthurian legend and something I just made up?We put them to the test at a recent junket for the film in New York. But it’s enough to make you wonder — how much did Ritchie and his stars, Hunnam and Djimon Hounsou, know about the actually legends the movie is (in part) based on? It is a nifty take on the material, especially in Ritchie’s more-than-capable hands (he gussies it up with all of his trademark visual embroidery). Watch and be sure to see “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,” in theaters everywhere this weekend. And they were surprisingly game to play Legend or Lie? It stars Charlie Hunnam, who has been re-imagined as a scheming street tough who doesn’t particularly want to be king. Posted May 11, 2017 by Drew TaylorGuy Ritchie’s “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,” opening this weekend, is the latest adaptation of classic Arthurian lore.

Amy has been married for 21 years. She may be the one star everyone loves. But don’t you worry, ’cause she was on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” last night and absolutely delighted the host, her fellow guests Ben McKenzie and Amy Brenneman, and the audience.She even charmed the cynical YouTubers; as one wrote in the comments, “Betty White breaks my heart with adoration, when i hear her i want to sit her down, give her a cup of tea and a scone and let her talk about anything she wants to talk about whilst i mow her lawn and take her trash out๏ปฟ.”James Corden asked Betty about the regular poker games she plays with her friends, trying to get himself invited. She said they don’t play for money, but they play for blood. “God bless him, he kept the romance going all the time. I always felt I was special to him. He asked her to show her best poker face — if she picked up her cards and had nothing, but wanted to convince him she did have a good hand, how would she look at him.Her poker face response comes at the :56 mark of the video and it’s LOL adorable:In the second video, Corden gets Betty White, Amy Brenneman, and Ben McKenzie to talk about their love stories. Posted May 11, 2017 by Gina CarboneBetty White is the treasure we don’t deserve. So we had just a great rapport.”The whole video is a heartwarmer:Want more stuff like this? Thankfully they reconnected on the recently renewed “Gotham.”Betty’s story is, of course, the best, talking about the great love of her life, Allen Ludden, to whom she was married from 1963 to his death in 1981. It does lift a girl’s morale a lot. Ben — if you can believe it — forgot that he met his current co-star/fiancee Morena Baccarin on the set of “The O.C.” many years ago. He apparently “blew her off,” because he was “an idiot” at 25. Yesterday, she got herself trending on Twitter again, which always gets fans nervous — because she’s 95. Like us on Facebook.

According to TV Guide, “The two series, which both returned at midseason, were among the handful of shows that did not receive early pickups by the network in January, as The CW was waiting to see how they performed this season. JULIE “SORT OF” PLEC
— It’s coming ๐Ÿ˜‰ (@KlarolineBadass) May 5, 2017Me when I hear that #TheOriginals is gonna be renewed for season 5 ๐Ÿ‘‘
— TVSHOWS (@GG_PLL_TVD_TW) May 11, 2017″The Originals” Season 4 finale will air June 23 on The CW.In other pick-up/cancellation news, The CW recently canceled “Frequency” and “No Tomorrow,” but picked up four new series: the “Dynasty” reboot, military-themed “Valor,” superhero drama “Black Lightning,” and Lucy Hale series “Life Sentence.”Want more stuff like this? At the time, TVD co-creator Julie Plec said she couldn’t make any promises, in part because “The Originals” had yet to be renewed for Season 5, but also, as she told Entertainment Weekly, “because while I love the world of the boarding school and all that it represents, that would be an entirely new show that I haven’t even begun to think about, but the doors were not left open unintentionally. Like us on Facebook. The CW has renewed “The Originals” for Season 5, giving life to “The Vampire Diaries” fans who hoped the TVD series finale would continue the Caroline/Klaus story on “The Originals.”In addition to “The Originals,” the network also renewed “iZombie” for a fourth season. Posted May 11, 2017 by Gina CarboneKlaroline alert?! That being said, it is during that window where the timeline would line up with what’s happening in ‘The Originals,’ and so I think that certainly there’s an opportunity, not yet planned, but an opportunity to bring some of those stories forward over into what’s happening in the land of the ‘Original’ family.”Here’s a bit more hope on that crossover front:Klaus and caroline are KING and QUEEN of the end of seasons. Apparently the network liked what it saw, though there’s currently no news regarding the number of episodes each series will have.””The Originals” is a spinoff of “The Vampire Diaries,” and the Friday, May 12 episode, “Voodoo in My Blood,” will feature TVD alum Matt Davis (Alaric) as a guest star:#TheOriginals gets a visit form #TheVampireDiaries’ @ImMatthew_Davis Friday & we’ve got your exclusive sneak peek!
— Access Hollywood (@accesshollywood) May 11, 2017
When “The Vampire Diaries” ended in March, many fans hoped that letter from Klaus to Caroline hinted to the story continuing, either on “The Originals” or in a new TVD spinoff. They’re open with a hope, not a promise.”Plec added to Deadline, “I think the point of the finale was to say goodbye.

Want more stuff like this? But the actress issued a statement to Page Six to clarify that she may have used some crude slang, but definitely not a racist slur:”I used the word ‘motherf–kers’ in a recent video posted in an Instagram story and not a hateful racial slur that has been suggested. Turner will be seen again as Sansa Stark in “Game of Thrones” Season 7, which premieres Sunday, July 16 on HBO. “Look who came today,” Fallis says, with Jonas seen behind him, and they pan the camera to Turner, who says — well, that’s the debate.Some viewers heard the n-word, and they’re now attacking Turner online. Posted May 11, 2017 by Gina Carbone”Game of Thrones” and “X-Men” star Sophie Turner is defending herself from accusations that she used the n-word in a recent Instagram video with Joe Jonas.The video was deleted, but of course saved by the Internet, after being posted by DJ/fitness guru Brendan Fallis.
— Perkins (@theonewitheone) May 9, 2017People hear what they hear. I am incredibly upset that anyone would think otherwise, and I want to make it clear that I would never use such an abhorrent word.”Baller Alert has the original video, but others also posted slowed-down versions where it does make it more clear that it’s motherf*ckers.Game of Thrones #SophieTurner is under fire for this video with #JoeJonasA post shared by Baller Alert (@balleralert) on May 9, 2017 at 8:51am PDTIf you listen to this slow motion video of Sophie Turner and still think she said the N word, I can’t help you. Like us on Facebook.

According to TVLine, “all eyes will be on fellow Fox bubble comedies ‘New Girl’ and ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine.'” Stay tuned for those results. Meanwhile, other networks are keeping busy, too: ABC canceled “Last Man Standing,” and NBC canceled “Timeless.”Want more stuff like this? Posted May 11, 2017 by Gina CarboneFinally, something to smile about in this wasteland of TV show cancellations!The networks are preparing their schedules for the 2017-2018 season, announcing which shows will be returning, and which ones will be voted off the TV island.Fox just canceled “Rosewood” and “Sleepy Hollow,” but there’s good news for two of its other shows: “Gotham” and “The Last Man on Earth.””Gotham” Season 3 will air its two-hour finale on Monday, June 5, and now fans can watch with the assurance that Fox will bring it back for Season 4.Will Forte’s apocalyptic comedy just aired its Season 3 finale last Sunday, and it ended on a big cliffhanger; Forte himself said, if “Last Man” didn’t come back, that would be the worst last episode of a show of all time. So this is welcome news to be able to continue (or at least wrap up) the story.Just found out we’re gonna get to do a fourth season of The Last Man on Earth!!! Can’t thank you guys enough for all of your support
— Will Forte (@OrvilleIV) May 11, 2017
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Television earned a two-season renewal that will take it through what is expected to be its 12th and final run.)”Deadline added more specifics:”Simultaneously, producing studio 20th Century Fox TV has closed new two-year deals with the main sextet of actors on the show, Ed O’Neill, Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet and Sofia Vergara. on ABC.Want more stuff like this? (The original stars of the Chuck Lorre comedy each get Friends-level $1 million per episode, though they recently took $100,000 per-episode cuts to help co-stars receive healthy raises. As Levitan told THR not too long ago, “I’d like it to go 10 seasons. 1 comedy, CBS’ The Big Bang Theory. Season 8 is currently airing, and will close out its 22 episodes on May 17.According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 10 main stars of “Modern Family” all closed new contracts with “significant raises” to return for the next (maybe last, maybe not) two seasons.Luckiest girl in the world@just got 2 years luckier. I hear they landed significant salary increases, from around $350,000 an episode for the current eighth season to about $500,000 an episode for Season 9 (they also have plus a little piece of the series’ back end). Posted May 11, 2017 by Gina CarboneWhile other TV shows are getting dumped after one season (lookin’ at you, “Timeless”) ABC is staying faithful to “Modern Family” into a 10th season — at least — with more $$$ to boot.ABC has renewed the Emmy-winning series for 44 episodes, 22 per season, for Season 9 and Season 10. Then again, that might not be what the show creators want. Like us on Facebook. Thanks to @ABCNetwork for keeping the family together. If that means ending it after nine, that’s OK. But most importantly, I’d like to end strong. Securing raises are the six primary stars — Sofia Vergara (Gloria), Julie Bowen (Claire), Ty Burrell (Phil), Eric Stonestreet (Cameron), Jessie Tyler Ferguson (Mitchell) and Ed O’Neill (Jay) — as well as younger castmembers Rico Rodriguez (Manny), Nolan Gould (Luke), Sarah Hyland (Haley) and Ariel Winter (Alex).[…] Season eight of the comedy, which wrapped production in February without new deals for the stars, saw the cast making roughly $350,000 per episode as well as a portion of the show’s profits. #ModernFamily
— Julie Bowen (@itsJulieBowen) May 11, 2017Here’s more from THR on the money front:”Sources say each star has scored a raise to remain with the comedy from showrunners [Steve] Levitan and Christopher Lloyd and producers 20th Century Fox Television. The CBS comedy from Warner Bros. It seems like a nice, round number. I hear the studio will next negotiate new contracts with the series’ younger cast.”So the “Modern Family” cast is making big bucks, but not “Big Bang” bucks.It’s possible there will be more negotiations if the show stays strong and ABC wants it to continue past Season 10. If it means ending it after 10, even better.”The “Modern Family” Season 8 finale airs Wednesday, May 17 at 9 p.m. The stars are said to have landed significant raises — though their take-home remains far less than the cast of TV’s No.

And, is my best work behind me? I think that was certainly part of it, but I really loved the pilot, and I knew Jill Soloway’s work. What intrigued you about the project as a whole?Kevin Bacon: I didn’t give that particular piece of it all that much thought. Tell me about finding those different shades of him as you kept playing him throughout the series. You never know, as you said, if your best work’s behind you. I think part of it is, his conflict is not like the conflict that I think you’ll find from many famous artists, and that is “Is my work truly good, or have I gotten away with something? Everybody knows he’s someone that they’ll work up to, and desire, and want to be near, want to talk to. Posted May 11, 2017 by Scott HuverThe leading lady, played by Kathryn Hahn, in Amazon’s new series “I Love Dick” is desperate to get intimate with the show’s titular object of desire — and when Dick is played by screen icon Kevin Bacon, can she be blamed for wanting to lessen the degrees of separation?Bacon, of course, has had a long and fruitful career in Hollywood, from early pop culture fare like “Footloose” and “Tremors” through high-profile epics, like “JFK” and “Apollo 13,” and acclaimed performances in meaty fare like “Mystic River” and “The Woodsman.” But, as he tells Moviefone, the role of Dick, an esteemed and famous artist who’s seemingly gifted existence is plagued by inner doubts and ambivalence about his own mystique, touches areas closer to home than other roles he’s played.Moviefone: This must have been an interesting project, in taking on this reversal of the traditional male gaze, and be the pursued fantasy figure yourself. As opposed to the assumption that they would be approached as being, I don’t know, whatever, misogynistic or just kind of one note. So I was really kind of thrilled about that. That we would be able to see more colors and more vulnerability, because I kind of felt like, to do eight episodes — and hopefully we can take him beyond that — if he’s just kind of an a**hole, there’s no place to go. That’s a really good way of putting it. How have you managed that throughout your career?I think the question is: “Am I managing it?” Sometimes I think I am; sometimes I think I’m not. I knew that Kathryn was involved. Men have been writing women for years, deciding what women want and how they talk, and all those kinds of things.I think that having a woman’s point of view, in this case, has actually led to the creation of two extremely interesting, decidedly male, and complex male characters, some of the best male characters that I’ve come across, between Griffin [Dunne] as Sylvere and Dick. I didn’t know her personally, but I knew her from “Transparent” and from “Six Feet Under,” both shows I thought were terrific. Is this adulation that people are showing me actually legitimate, or is it something that I just fake my way through? So there was nothing beyond the pilot, really, for me to look at. Eventually, you really do see another side.I found Dick to be a very complex and somewhat conflicted character. I think those two characters were approached with a lot of love. He is someone who walks down the street and everybody looks at and has an opinion about. So it’s really not unlike being a movie star. How have you managed them? She was an actress that was really working at the top of her game, and doing beautiful stuff, taking a lot of risks.There’s always kind of a leap of faith with a series, especially when you don’t have subsequence episodes. That’s absolutely preposterous when you think about it. We talked a little bit about where it might go, but I was really hoping that it would be some exploration beyond the objectification of this guy. He’s a star, but in this small town in Texas. I want to believe that what’s around the corner, I want to believe that the future of my work, the future of the world, I want to remain kind of optimistic.And the second is to look outside of the art, and the career, and show business, and look to other things, such as family, and friends, and love, and nature, in order to sustain you through those times when the career isn’t really paying off the way that you wish it were.What was the thing that intrigued you most as you worked on a project that was so predominantly driven by creative women?Yeah, a couple of things about that: one is that, pretty quickly, when you start to go to work, the idea is that this is a show that’s driven by creative women just sort of floats away, because here I am, I’m a part of it, and we’re just there together as a creative team trying to make good television.So it’s not like I walk to work every day and I go, “Oh my God — look at all these women!” It didn’t feel like that. He sort of has leaned into his own mystique, but also recoils from it. I would say there’s two things: one is, I am someone that really looks down the road, doesn’t look in the rearview mirror too much? Do I have anything to offer?”All of these were qualities that I thought would interesting to explore. In fact, to tell you the truth, anytime I was honest and I turned around and I went, “Wow, there’s an insane amount of men here,” I realized that I was used to a different kind of situation.I think the fear would be that if you have something that has a strong women’s agenda, if you have a writers’ room that’s exclusively women, the fear would be that they would be incapable of writing good, fascinating, interesting, male roles, because they don’t understand the male experience. So I thought that was kind of a fascinating thing to explore, and certainly something that I can relate to.I’m sure some of those feelings have come up in your own life as well. I’m sure as an actor, you never know exactly when the next job’s coming.

I don’t understand @nbc. We’re surprised & upset. @NBCTimeless was an excellent show!!! Otherwise, why did they invest so much time and effort into the plot and characters only to have the rug swept out from under them, yet again? WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO DO TO KEEP A GOOD SHOW ON TV?! Man, everyone is ready to fight @nbc about the #Timeless cancellation and it’s beautiful. — Kimmy ๐Ÿ (@PsychPineapple_) May 10, 2017Wait…Taken survived but #Timeless was cancelled? As TVLine noted, the Season 1 finale ended on a cliffhanger, so fans hope that the story can continue somewhere else. It doesn’t exactly inspire confidence to try another new show, since networks will probably continue this same bait-and-drop pattern.Here’s a message from Kripke, with the promise of more to come from him later:Its true. Y’all making a huge mistake!!! How do these great sci-fi shows die after 1 season (cough cough Firefly), but other trash never freaking ends? More of this will be coming across this and next week. Like us on Facebook. — Eric Kripke (@therealKripke) May 10, 2017Actress/SNL-er Leslie Jones is a fan of the show and shared her disappointment with the cancellation:

WTF?! Odds are long, but trying to find another home. Posted May 11, 2017 by Gina CarboneIs it really time for “Timeless” to end, or can the series find life elsewhere?Show co-creator Eric Kripke confirmed that NBC canceled the time-traveling drama after its first season, which averaged 4.6 million viewers with a 1.1 rating in the advertiser coveted 18-49 demographic. — Leslie Jones (@Lesdoggg) May 11, 2017 Other viewers echoed her comments, calling it one of their favorite new shows of the year, and Twitter is now filled with frustrated fans. Want more stuff like this? Get you a longer response later. Some light in the darkness.
— Barby73 (@zomparellina_73) May 11, 2017 ‘Tis the season for this kind of disappointment, as the networks reveal their 2017-2018 programming, and break the bad news to the cast/crew/fans of the canceled shows. — Dean Hoffman (@DeanthePolitic) May 10, 2017Another home for #Timeless please @hulu@netflix@TheCW@CBS#SaveTimeless save the quality!! NBC canceled #Timeless. ๐Ÿ˜‘Timeless was the only show on your network I cared to watch!๐Ÿ˜ 
— Janna Lynn (@jannalynn95) May 10, 2017#Timeless cancelled?
— Mistress_BookHookah (@BookHookah) May 10, 2017@ABCNetwork you kept this crap ๐Ÿ’ฉ #ModernFamily and cancelled #LastManStanding? The news was obviously hard to hear, perhaps all the more so because the show had so often been renewed off the bubble in the past.Over the course of the 22-episode sixth season, the show drew solid numbers in spite of its Friday night time slot. (@MrsElite2016) May 10, 2017Their responses cover literally every stage of grief. Posted May 10, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongAfter six seasons, “Last Man Standing” is, well, no longer standing.When it came to deciding whether to renew the Tim Allen-starring sitcom, ABC decided against it, Deadline reports. Can we at least get @ofctimallen in another sitcom soon?! — cheyanna jaffke (@ProfessorJaffke) May 10, 2017Sad #LastManStanding has been cancelled. So angry! Needless to say, dedicated fans who have stuck with the series over the years were not happy and were quick to express their displeasure on Twitter. At least for now, fans are mourning ABC’s decision on Twitter.Outraged that @LastManABC is canceled. — Lisa Owens (@abugsmom2016) May 10, 2017Not gonna lie, I’m going to miss Last Man Standing. In fact, “Last Man Standing” hit ratings highs before concluding with its March 31 finale. Wrong move abc. Alas, that was not enough to save it; ABC and 20th Century Fox TV, the show’s producing studio, were reportedly at odds over the license fee, so ABC let it go.In theory, it seems possible that “Last Man Standing” could get new life somewhere else, but 20th Century Fox TV would have to find a taker first. At least it made it to 5. I just don’t get this country at all @ofctimallen@NancyATravis@MollyEphraim
— Lisa Guse (@lisa_gypse) May 10, 2017Last Man Standing cancellation not a surprise given depth of ABC’s comedy pool. — Zachary Millstone (@smillstone88) May 10, 2017Stunned @ABCNetwork cancelled #LastManStanding
— Dashing Dave (@dashblurbs) May 10, 2017Swapping #LastManStanding for American idol. Bring back Home Improvement @netflix?! One of the best comedies on TV!!! ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ @ofctimallen
— ๐Ÿ’• Ella ๐Ÿ’• (@CityDove92) May 10, 2017So BUMMED to hear #LastManStanding is being cancelled ๐Ÿ˜ซWTF is wrong with you #ABC!!! Ha. We get it: It’s hard to say goodbye.[via: Deadline] — Katherine. Are you stupid? — Amy C Henderson (@amychenderson) May 10, 2017#LastManStanding stupid idea ABC, stupid! I can only hope 20th Century Fox shops it or Fox itself picks it up #LastManStanding
— Lee A (@leedfrazer) May 10, 2017I’m so mad hearing Last Man Standing was cancelled, I loved that show!