The CW has given early renewals to all 7 of its returning fall shows: Arrow, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, The Flash, Jane the Virgin, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and Supernatural.
A decision has not yet been made on the network's remaining programs.
Conviction (ABC) effectively became the first new fall show to be canceled when ABC declined to pick up the second half of its debut season.
The network will keep the show on the air until all 13 filmed episodes have aired.
Lerman and Gadon are both early candidates for acting Oscars, but Schamus’ screenplay is an even bigger contender.While he quickly got rich off the fast food joint, the ethics involved resulted in a ton of behind-the-scenes drama that should be ripe for the taking on the big screen.-ZSJohn Krasinski’s latest directorial outing sounds like the sort of film Sundance would cook up in a lab to kit out its lineup, but the sweet-natured film about a guy trying to sort through his personal life (in shambles, of course) when his parents and wacky brother pull him back into their own problems (and, quite honestly, they’re much more pressing) hits some nice marks.American Crime Story (FX) renewed for a 3rd season, which will deal with the murder of designer Gianni Versace. And Wow, is anyone besides everyone we know really sick of 9-12 episode shows that make you wait 1-2 years for another season? (The Hurricane Katrina-related 2nd season will air in 2017, though probably not until later in the year.) CBS has finally greenlit its long-gestating comedy series Superior Donuts, based on the play by Tracy Letts.