[TV News Tidbits] ‘Manifest’, ‘Good Girls’, ‘Blue Bloods’, ‘NCIS’, ‘Killing Eve’ & More Recently Renewed Shows

[TV News Tidbits] 'Manifest', 'Good Girls', 'Blue Bloods', 'NCIS', 'Killing Eve' & More Recently Renewed Shows 1This evening I wanted to collect some news regarding various TV shows that have recently received renewals for those who may be unaware of the good news for their favorite series. Apologies for the unintentionally late news from us regarding some of these shows, hence why I thought I would condense the news into one speedier article. Continue after the jump for the recent TV news renewal tidbits.

First off we’ll start with the most recent announcement which hit today from NBC who has now officially renewed freshman drama series ‘Manifest’ for season two, followed by another recent renewal from NBC for the crime comedy/drama series ‘Good Girls’ which the network has officially renewed for a third season.

Meanwhile, over at CBS they have now confirmed the renewals for two veteran drama series, officially renewing ‘Blue Bloods’ for season ten, while also renewing ‘NCIS’ for season 17 following a new deal signed by star and executive producer Mark Harmon to reprise his popular role on the show.

Elsewhere, in the world of cable and premium television popular drama series ‘Killing Eve’ has been confirmed for season three by BBC America just after its season two premiere and the third season will also see a new showrunner taking the reigns. On the premium side of the cable market, HBO has also officially renewed its dark comedy series ‘Barry’ starring Bill Hader for a third season.

Last but not least, on the streaming side of the TV market, Amazon has officially renewed Prime Original series ‘Hanna’ for season two shortly after its debut.

-Be sure to keep checking back for more news on whether your favorite show has been renewed or cancelled, especially with the end of the fall season coming to a close.

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