‘Take Two’ Canceled by ABC After One Season

The Rachel Bilson and Eddie Cibrian-led drama “Take Two” has been canceled by ABC after one season, an individual with knowledge of the decision tells TheWrap.

The procedural, from “Castle” creators Andrew Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller, wrapped its 13-episode run in September, after premiering as a summer series in June. The show received a straight-to-series order at ABC last November.

Here’s the official description for the series: An entertaining private investigator procedural with a unique balance of comedy and drama. Sam Swift (Bilson), the former star of a hit cop series is fresh-out-of-rehab following a bender of epic proportions. Desperate to restart her career, she talks her way into shadowing rough-and-tumble private investigator Eddie Valetik (Cibrian) as research for a potential comeback role. Though lone wolf Eddie resents the babysitting gig, high-spirited Sam proves herself to be surprisingly valuable, drawing on her acting skills and 200 episodes of playing a detective.

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“Take Two” stars Bilson and Cibrian, along with Aliyah O’Brien, Xavier de Guzman and Alice Lee.

The freshman drama was one of the lowest-rated series of the Summer 2018 season, averaging a 0.6 rating in the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic, according to “most current” data from Nielsen, which includes a week’s worth of delayed viewing where available.

Miller and Marlowe write an executive produce. Rola Bauer and Tim Halkin also executive produce. The series is produced by ABC Studios, Tandem Productions, StudioCanal and Milmar Pictures.

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‘Salvation’ Canceled by CBS After 2 Seasons

CBS drama “Salvation” has been canceled by the network after two seasons, TheWrap has learned.

The Charlie Rowe and Santiago Cabrera-led summer series wrapped its second — and now final — season in September after premiering in June.

The show stars Rowe (Liam Cole), Cabrera (Darius Tanz), Jennifer Finnigan (Grace Barrows), Jacqueline Byers (Jillian Hayes), Melia Kreiling (Alycia Vrettou), Ashley Thomas (Alonzo Carver), Ian Anthony Dale (Harris Edwards).

Here’s the official description for the series: “Salvation” is a suspense thriller that centers on Liam Cole (Rowe), an MIT grad student, and Darius Tanz (Cabrera), a tech superstar, who bring Pentagon official Grace Barrows (Finnigan) a staggering discovery – that an asteroid is just six months away from colliding with Earth. In season two, the secret is out – the world learns the truth about the impending threat of an asteroid on a collision course with earth. The question is: will the truth bring out the best…or the worst in us? The answer, of course, is both.

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“Salvation” premiered on CBS in July 2017, and was renewed for a sophomore installment that October. The drama’s second season averaged a 0.3 rating in adults 18-49 and 2.7 million viewers in “Live+Same Day” data from Nielsen.

The series is executive produced by co-creators Liz Kruger and Craig Shapiro, along with Alex Kurtzman, Heather Kadin, Stuart Gillard, Grace Gilroy and Peter Lenkov. The drama hails from CBS Television Studios in association with Secret Hideout.

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Nicole Kidman’s ‘Destroyer’ AFI Fest Red Carpet Canceled Amid Woolsey Fire

The red carpet premiere for Karyn Kusama’s thriller “Destroyer,” starring Nicole Kidman, scheduled for Tuesday night at the AFI Film Festival, has been canceled amid the still raging Woolsey Fire affecting Southern California.

While the film will still screen Tuesday, Annapurna called off the red carpet event, following the lead of Paramount and Netflix. The two studios previously called off their red carpets for the Mark Wahlberg comedy “Instant Family,” scheduled for Saturday night, and the Coen Brothers’ “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” and the Sandra Bullock thriller “Bird Box,” both scheduled to premiere on Sunday.

See Annapurna’s statement below:

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After the tragic events of last week’s mass shooting and the continued wildfires across our beautiful state, we will be cancelling tonight’s AFI FEST red carpet for DESTROYER. The screening of the film will go on as planned. Annapurna along with the filmmakers, cast and crew of DESTROYER express their deepest condolences to the victims and those who have been affected and are extremely grateful to all who have risked their lives in responding to both tragedies. If you are seeking ways to help support victims and our first responders, please see a list of wonderful organizations we too will be supporting.

Direct Relief
Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation
California Community Foundation Wildfire Relief Fund
Humane Society of Ventura County
National Resource Defense Council
Sierra Club
White Cloud Ranch
Everytown for Gun Safety

Multiple fires in Southern California have ravaged Malibu, Calabasas and other nearby communities over the past six days. Fire has burned more than 91,500 acres and destroyed more than 400 homes and buildings, with Santa Ana winds threatening to make it increasingly difficult for firefighters to manage in the days ahead. Officials say the Woolsey fire is one of the largest to strike L.A. County in more than 100 years.

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‘The Good Cop’ Canceled by Netflix After One Season

Netflix has canceled the Josh Groban-Tony Danza comedy “The Good Cop,” the streamer said Tuesday.

The odd-couple comedy about a father-son pair of police detectives, from “Monk” creator Andy Breckman, debuted with a 10-episode season last month. Monica Barbaro, Isiah Whitlock, Jr. and Bill Kottkamp also starred.

“‘The Good Cop’ will not return for a second season,” Netflix said in a statement. “We’re grateful to creator Andy Breckman and his fellow producers, writers, the incredible crew and especially stars Tony Danza and Josh Groban for bringing this classic odd couple father-son story to Netflix.”

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Danza starred in the dramedy as a not-good-cop former NYPD officer who lived with his straight-laced son, played by Groban, after serving a seven-year prison sentence. In the series, the two become unofficial partners as Tony Sr. offered his overly-cautious son blunt, street-wise advice.

The series, inspired by an Israeli series of the same name from the production company YES, drew middling reviews and failed to generate much buzz among viewers upon its Sept. 21 premiere.

Randy Zisk and Howard Klein served as executive producers alongside Breckman, with Danza as producer.

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