Welcome back to our first ‘TV News Nibblets’ installment in quite some time. Just as a refresher, TV News Nibblets covers various TV news recently announced all collected in one post to catch you up on the latest updates in ease. This time around we have news regarding ‘Fuller House’, Marvel’s ‘Spider-Man’ cartoon and more. Continue after the jump to see all of the latest television news tidbits for this entry.
‘Fuller House’ Renewed For Season 4 On Netflix
Via a post on the show’s Facebook page yesterday, Netflix officially confirmed the renewal of ‘Fuller House’ for a fourth season, set to be released in 2018. The second half of the show’s third season was recently released leaving fans anxious for news of the show’s fate, but they can rest easy now knowing their favorite family will be indeed be returning for more family friendly fun next year.
‘Happy!’ Renewed For Season 2 On SyFy
Just prior to the airing of its first season finale, Syfy has granted ‘Happy!’ a second season. The series stars Christopher Meloni as well as the voice of Patton Oswalt and while I haven’t yet had the chance to give it a whirl, it looks delightfully twisted and odd and is definitely near the top of my shows to check out sooner than later.
‘The Chi’ Renewed For Season 2 On Showtime
Showtime has officially renewed their original series ‘The Chi’ for a second season. The coming of age story located in Chicago airs Sunday’s on Showtime at 10/9c
Marvel’s ‘Spider-Man’ Renewed For Season 2 On Disney XD
Some great news for fellow fans of Marvel’s latest animated incarnation of the webslinger as Disney XD has announced that the ‘Spider-Man’ animated series will indeed be returning to the channel for a second season.
‘Damnation’ Canceled By USA
Some bad news for fans of the western series that recently aired its debut season on USA as the network has officially canceled the series , ending its run with a single season.
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