As summer wraps up, we’re looking ahead to the summer, but there are a few TV shows still to be renewed.
On the other hand, the rest of the summer is looking to be filled with more TV that is coming to a TV and streaming service near you.
The Bravo show will be on CBS All Access for two weeks.
“Bravos” has always been a show that has found a way to stay relevant to the times, but this year, it’s time to see how that will play out.
This summer, the show is going to have to prove itself on a different platform.
We can expect a lot of shows to be re-runs on a few platforms this year.
CBS All Access is currently streaming “Bravocast” episodes on Vimeo, YouTube, and Amazon Prime.
Here are some of the upcoming shows that CBS All-Access is going on in the coming months. BADGES: “Badges” will return on ABC.
It’s currently airing on CBS in its second season, but the show has been picked up for a second season on the streaming service Amazon TV.
After a second run on CBS, the series will air on ABC as a two-hour sitcom and then move to ABC Family.
(Check out our preview for more information about the series.)
AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE: The series will return in 2018 on NBC.
According to NBC, the new series will focus on the life of a housewife in the 1970s and 80s.
For this series, NBC is adding some of its old stars.
As for the rest, there are already two new series on the air.
ABC Family will debut its new series “Lucky One” on July 9.
Meanwhile, ABC Family will premiere its new show “The Life of a Housewife” on June 29.
CRAZY EXPRESS: “Crazys Ex” will end its run on NBC this summer.
However, the network is hoping to make “Crazies Ex” a recurring series that will air in 2018.
In a recent interview, NBC said the show will be on a two week cycle, and it will end at the end of the season.
Also in 2018, NBC will debut a new drama series called “Crazy Ex” on “The Bold and the Beautiful.”
CrazyEx will be produced by The Bold and The Beautiful and produced by WGN America.
CLOCKWORK MONDAYS: NBC has renewed “Clocked” for a third season.
The show will air for a year, with new episodes on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays.
Clocked has also been renewed for a sixth season, and NBC is currently planning to add two new seasons to its current lineup.
NEW AND NOTABLE: There will be a new season of “The Good Wife” for ABC.
“The show is set to return in 2019,” ABC said in a statement.
“We are thrilled to be able to introduce the world to the extraordinary and wonderful world of ‘The Good Women.'”
CBS has renewed its “BEST OF” for the fifth season, in a two part series.
Additionally, “The X-Files” has been renewed through 2019.
TUESDAY NIGHT COMEDY: This fall, Comedy Central will air its new “Laugh-In with The Good Guys.”
The show will feature guests from the past, present, and future of the popular television series.
For this series in 2019, the first episode will be released at midnight ET on September 14.
A new comedy special titled “Famous People” will premiere this fall on Comedy Central.
THE GOOD LUCK: It was recently announced that CBS is going back to the classic sitcom format for “The Big Bang Theory.”
CBS says the show would begin airing on September 18.
But, CBS is not only re-running the sitcom, but is going into the next season with a new story line, a new cast, and a new title.
There are rumors of a spin-off on CBS called “The Luck” and there is talk of a reboot of “Bert and Ernie.”
And there is even talk of an adaptation of the TV series “Dancing with the Stars.”
NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA: In 2018, the “Lois” series will end on CBS.
At the time of the announcement, CBS Entertainment president David Madden told Variety that the series was not renewed.
“It’s time for us to move on,” Madden said.
“I am hopeful that there will be more options for our audience.”
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