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WESTWORLD Premieres This Fall, THE AMERICANS Renewed, LIMITLESS Canceled

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The Americans Renewed, Limitless Canceled, Westworld Premiering

The Americans obviously has many fans and good ratings. The FX TV series has not only been renewed for one season but for two season, the later being its final season.

A 13-episode fifth season will air in 2017, followed by a 10-episode sixth and final season in 2018. Three episodes remain in the current season, with the season four finale scheduled for Wednesday June 8 at 10 PM ET/PT on FX.

FX and the showrunners made a wise choice in bring the show to a natural conclusion instead of dragging the show out needlessly.

Not ever TV series fared that well this TV season.

Bad news for fans of the Limitless motion picture and CBS TV series. Limitless will not be coming back for a second season of the TV series. Limitless has been canceled and will end its 22-episode run after its first season concludes. Furthermore, the show will not be shopped and continue on at a different station or platform. Such conversations ended up being fruitless.

It seems HBO was able retool Westworld just right finally. I am glad they didn’t rush to get the show out to the masses but rather took their time with it to get it right. HBO reports that the series will debut this Fall along with comedies Divorce, Insecure, and High Maintenance.

HBO has not released the premiere dates for any of these TV series yet but it should be some time before November 2016.

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