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ABC Renews ‘The Conners’ For Second Season

Shortly after Werner Entertainment inked new deals with the core cast, ABC has renewed Roseanne spin-off The Conners for a second season. While there is no official word on the size of the order for season two, it is expected to be thirteen episodes.

HBO Releases Trailer For ‘Deadwood: The Movie’

HBO has released a short trailer for Deadwood: The Movie. The feature length film is set to premiere state-side on Friday May 31st at at 8/7c. While Sky Atlantic does hold the UK rights, they have yet to set a premiere date.

Amazon Prime Video UK Acquires ‘Farscape’ & Mini-Series ‘The Peacekeeper Wars’

Amazon Prime Video UK has secured the streaming rights to all four seasons of Farscape and the two-part follow up mini-series Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars from The Jim Henson Company. Amazon has also secured rights in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Nordics and several other countries. The series will debut on the streaming service on Tuesday March 19th - marking the twentieth anniversary of Farscape.

‘Strike Back’ Renewed For Eighth & Final Season

Strike Back is coming to and end. The Sky One/Cinemax special forces drama has been renewed for a final season - its eighth on Sky One and seventh on Cinemax (the HBO sister network aired the first season as miniseries Strike Back: Origins back in 2013).

Netflix Renews ‘Sex Education’ For Second Season

Netflix is returning to Sex Education. The streaming service has renewed the comedy-drama starring Gillian Anderson and Asa Butterfield for an eight episode second season. Production on season two is set to get underway in the UK this spring.

Killian Scott & Sarah Greene Set As Leads In BBC One’s ‘Dublin Murders’

Killian Scott (Strike) and Sarah Greene (Penny Dreadful) have been set as the leads in Dublin Murders, BBC One's eight episode drama series which is based on the Dublin Murder Sqaud novels by Tana French. U.S. basic cable network TNT had originally been set to co-produce Dublin Murders alongside BBC One and RTÉ, but they are no longer involved and instead U.S. premium cable network Starz has boarded as the U.S. partner. TVWise has reached out to TNT for comment on their decision to exit the project.