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‘Search Party’ Renewed For Second Season

On the very same day that the comedy series landed a UK deal at Channel 4's VOD service All 4, Search Party has been picked up for a ten episode second season by U.S. network TBS.

TBS Orders Greg Garcia’s ‘The Guest Book’, Animated Project ‘Tarantula’ To Series

TBSTBS is expanding their slate of original comedies by handing out series orders to The Guest Book, a half hour comedy from The Millers and My Name Is Earl creator Greg Garcia, and Carson Mell's animated project Tarantula, TVWise has learned. The network has also picked up half-hour comedy project World's End, from Blunt Talk creator Jonathan Ames, to pilot.

TNT & TBS Hand Out Renewals To ‘Animal Kingdom’, ‘Angie Tribeca’ & ‘Wrecked’

Animal KingdomTurner Broadcasting is keeping three of their newer series. TNT has picked up their Ellen Barkin fronted drama series Animal Kingdom, while sister network TBS has handed out renewals to Angie Tribeca and Wrecked. Animal Kingdom and Wrecked will be back for a second season, while Angie Tribeca will be back for a third.

TBS Picks Up Dark Comedy ‘Search Party’ Starring Alia Shawkat

TBS has handed out a series order to Search Party, a dark comedy starring Alia Shawkat (Arrested Development) which tells the story of a group of four self-absorbed 20-somethings who come together when a former college acquaintance mysteriously disappears.

‘American Dad’ Renewed For Two More Seasons At TBS

American Dad is staying put on TBS for the foreseeable future. The Turner owned cable network has ordered a further two seasons of the Seth MacFarlane created animated comedy series, which relocated from Fox to TBS in 2014. The multi-year renewal - which is for some 44 episodes split over two seasons - ensures that American Dad will remain on air through to 2018.

Upfronts 2015: Turner Plots TBS Rebrand, TNT To Shift Focus & Ramp Up Scripted Originals

After years of doing an Upfront Presentation on Mondays for Fox, Kevin Reilly found himself doing the same-thing on a Wednesday for his new employers, Turner Broadcasting. At today's event, which was the first "unified Turner upfront", Reilly, some six months into his tenure as head of TNT and TBS, unveiled a bold plan for the two networks.