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TV Renewals: SCREAM, VAN HELSING, STINKY & DIRTY SHOW, GLITCH, & DEUTSCHLAND 83

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Scream, Van Helsing, The Stinky & Dirty Show, Glitch, and Deutschland 83

MTV‘s Scream, Syfy‘s Van Helsing, Amazon‘s The Stinky & Dirty Show, Netflix‘s Glitch, and SundanceTV‘s Deutschland 83 have all been renewed.

Scream has been renewed for a third season. Unlike the previous seasons, the third season of Scream will be realitizely short. Season 3 will only be six episodes long. The previous seasons where 10 and 13 respectively. The lesser episode order is probably due to the second season drewing an “average of 377,000 viewers in Live+same day, half of the audience for Season 1.”

Van Helsing has been renewed for a second season. The second season of Van Helsing will be 13 episodes long. Van Helsing stars David Cubitt, Vincent Gale, Rukiya Bernard, Trezzo Mahoro, Aleks Paunovic, Laura Mennell, Kelly Overton, Jonathan Scarfe, Christopher Heyerdahl, Paul Johansson, and Tim Guinee.

The Stinky & Dirty Show has been renewed for a new season. The new season of The Stinky & Dirty Show will be 26 episodes long. The first season of  The Stinky & Dirty Show featured the voice talent of  Whoopi Goldberg, Jane Lynch, Andy Richter, Joan Cusack, and Wallace Shawn.

Glitch has been renewed for a second season. It will be distributed on Netflix.

Deutschland 83 has been renewed for a Season 2. Season 2 of Deutschland 83 will be called Deutschland 86. Season 2 will debut on SundanceTV in 2018.

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