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People of Earth Canceled as TBS Reverses Season 3 Renewal

TBS has reversed its decision to renew the third season of People of Earth, the alien abduction comedy from creator David Jenkins and executive producer Conan OBrien. Just got word last night: TBS has canceled People of Earth. Thank you to everyone who was a fan of the show and enjoyed its gentle, amiable sci-fi weirdness. It was an honor sharing this show with you. Lets do it again soon. Love you all, Jenkins tweeted Friday.   ...Read More... https://www.thewrap.com/people-of-earth-canceled-tbs-reverses-season-3-renewal/

Power Rankings! Comedies You Need to Watch Before Anything Else

THR's chief TV critic refreshes his ranking of comedies in this year's broadcast schedule.   ...Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/rXwE1MWn-gw/tim-goodmans-tv-comedies-power-rankings-hollywood-reporter-1114980

Wrecked, People Of Earth & The Guest Book Renewed At TBS

TBS has renewed its hit comedies Wrecked , People of Earth and The Guest Book for new seasons. TNT and TBS president Kevin Reilly told Deadline during the July TCA press tour that Wrecked was looking good for a renewal , but had not yet gotten a green light for Season 3. The plane crash-survivor comedy was a sleeper hit when it launched last summer above expectations. It started its second season down year over year but began creeping up. Its castincludes Asif Ali, Zach  ...Read More... //deadline.com/2017/09/wrecked-people-of-earth-the-guest-book-all-renewed-at-tbs-1202169263/

People of Earth Season 2 Premiere: What to Expect

Fans of the comedy People of Earth are excited about the upcoming premiere of season 2. If you havent started watching, now is the time to catch up on season one. The premiere of the second year is set to air on July 24, 2017. In advance of the new episode that will kick off the season, here is what you can expect and our first impressions from viewing the trailer and gleaning info from the teasers. The misfits are back Ozzie Graham, played by Wyatt Cenac continues to lead the support group that brings the alien abductees all together   ...Read More... //www.tvovermind.com/tv-news/people-earth-season-2-premiere-expect

Welcome to Beacon! TBS's "People of Earth" Returns July 24

The series centers on a group of alien abductees - or "experiencers" - living in the small town of Beacon, N.Y.   ...Read More... //www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2017/06/22/welcome-to-beacon-tbss-people-of-earth-returns-july-24-632310/20170622tbs01/

TBS Renews Search Party, People of Earth for Second Seasons

Search Party and People of Earth have both been renewed for second seasons at TBS, TheWrap has learned. Search Party launched itsentire first season over Thanksgiving week, drawing more than 1.1million viewers per episode across all platforms over five days and growing. The dark comedy follows a group of 20-something New Yorkers looking for a college acquaintance who has gone missing. It stars Alia Shawkat, John Early, John Reynolds, Meredith Hagner and Brandon Micheal Hall. ...Read More... //www.thewrap.com/tbs-renews-search-party-people-earth-second-seasons/

The Most Important Shows on TV: Week of October 31, 2016

Which TV series will your friends (and the entire internet) be talking about this week? Stay informed — or at least be able to fake it — with SideReel's weekly guide to The Most Important Shows on TV.   People of Earth (Series Premiere) Monday at 9 p.m. on TBS Why: TBS is one of the few cable channels airing sitcoms that are actually funny haha and not just, like, thoughtfully humorous. People of Earth 's first episode has actual jokes! And the last-minute twist required of all new shows. Plus a strong ensemble cast that should provide writers with enough material to keep this thing going for awhile. (And with Conan O'Brien and Greg Daniels among the executive producers, this has a strong shot at a second season.) Wyatt Cenac stars as a Pulitzer-seeking journalist used to writing about serious topics like prison reform and gun control who spends a week investigating a support group for supposed alien abductees. As he talks to the members (Ana Gasteyer and Luka Jones among them), he realizes not just that they might be telling the truth, but that he may also have been abducted. Prepare to talk about: Ana Gasteyer's great TV year (beginning with Grease: Live and continuing with Lady Dynamite ); an alien race of Ryan Goslings; that recurring dream that's been eating away at you.   Stan Against Evil (Series Premiere) Wednesday at 10 p.m. on IFC Why: Comedy and horror, when blended correctly, can be an incredible combination. Like peanut butter and chocolate, Britney and Justin, or Netflix and chill. Stan Against Evil gets it right. From the mind of Dana Gould, a successful comedian and former writer for The Simpsons , this series is a bit of Buffy , some Ash vs. Evil Dead , and a little Shaun of the Dead . John C. McGinley delights as a recently retired (by force) small-town sheriff who forms an unlikely alliance with his replacement (Janet Varney from You're the Worst ) when their quaint but peculiar New England town is overrun by demons. Turns out the whole damn place was built on a massive 17th-century witch burning site and McGinley's late wife was the only person preventing the 172 dead witches from haunting the town. IFC will air the remainder of the eight-episode season in two-episode batches throughout November, which hopefully reflects the network's belief that the series is bingeable and not an effort to burn off a clunker. Prepare to talk about: McGinley’s deadpan, delightfully over-it attitude; 172 witches means 172 episodes, right?   The Crown (Series Premiere) Friday at 3 a.m. on Netflix Why: If you long for Downton Abbey , but without the dreadful downstairs drama, Netflix's ambitious new look at the British royal family is the solution. The 10-part production, which chronicles the lives of the Windsors from Elizabeth's marriage to Philip in 1947 to her sister's 1956 battle to marry a divorced man, is a big story with the budget to match. Rumored to have cost $130 million for the first of a planned six seasons, it's TV's most expensive series. But it's a show that uses every dollar wisely. That's no surprise, given the genius of the creative team, which includes creator Peter Morgan, the writer of the 2006 film The Queen and the 2013 play The Audience , and director Stephen Daldry, an Oscar nominee. The cast is just as good, particularly Claire Foy as Elizabeth, the woman who was never supposed to be queen, and Matt Smith, whose Philip is deeply sympathetic. Prepare to talk about: How much you sympathize with Elizabeth, perhaps surprisingly; what other gold Peter Morgan can mine from his royal obsession.   T.J. DeGroat is the editor of SideReel. His one true queen is his mother (JK, it's Kelly Clarkson). Follow him on Twitter . div.post p { text-align: justify; }

'People of Earth' Exec Producers Preview TBS Alien Comedy: "It's Larry David's Version of 'Black Mirror'"

The half-hour serialized comedy centers on an alien abduction support group. ...  Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/Qy_p_782ikk/people-earth-exec-producers-preview-916030