10 Shows Already Renewed Or Picked Up For Full Season
Reported by Outsiders - 04:05 PM 2008.10.21
The 2008-2009 Fall and Winter TV season is underway and a lot of new comers to the scene are trying to make their marks by being picked up for a full season or even an early renewal. Check out the list below to see what has already been picked up for the rest of the year and maybe already coming back for next year.
Knight Rider - NBC has picked up the show for a full season with an additional nine episodes.
Dexter - Showtime has picked up the show for two more additional season. Seasons 4 and 5 will consist of 12 episodes each, with production to commence this spring in Los Angeles.
The Mentalist - CBS has given a full season order to its new drama. The season's top new freshman series in viewers and adults 25-54.
Sons Of Anarchy - FX has decided to keep the motor of its new bad-boy biker drama Sons of Anarchy running for a second season. The Fox 21- and FX-produced series received a 13-episode second season order Monday after only the first five episodes of its current run. During those five weeks, the newbie drama has averaged 5.4 million viewers weekly and 3.5 million adults 18-49, making it FX's most successful series since Rescue Me.
Pysch - USA Network has renewed its hit series Psych for a fourth season, which will presumably premiere in July. Sixteen episodes have been ordered. The third season of Psych returns for a special holiday episode in November and will complete its run of all-new episodes starting in January.
Entourage - HBO has renewed Entourage for another go-round. Production on the sixth season is expected to begin early next year, ensuring that Vincent Chase and his Hollywood crew will return to the premium-cable airwaves by summer 2009.
Mad Men - As "Mad Men" builds to what promises to be a humdinger of a finale over the next two weeks, the good news for the show’s rabid fans is that AMC has formally exercised its option for a third season of the period drama.
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - Fox has just given a full-season order to "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles." Cast and crew were informed of the decision late Friday.
Fringe - Fox has picked up the show for a full season run.
90210 - The CW has picked up the show for a full season run.
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