The popular show Community has been cancelled by NBC after 5 seasons, and many fans are pretty outraged, since they were hoping for a sixth season, as well as a movie.
According to Just Jared, not only was Community canceled, but the network also gave the axe to Revolution after just two seasons on the channel’s line up.
NBC did decide, however, to renew the shows Hannibal and About A Boys, which received a rating of 2.4 and averaged 8.3 million viewers, making it easy to keep on the network.
ABC also released information on what was getting canceled, and what is being renewed for another season, and it looks like fans can say goodbye to Rebel Wilson’s show Super Fun Night.
According to THR, the show didn’t do so hot in the ratings department, and is joined by The Neighbors and Suburgatory on the network’s canceled list.
Despite the bad news, some fan favorites were renewed for another season including: Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy, Once Upon A Time, as well as Nashville!
James Franco recently took to his Instagram to show some anger over the fact that there is supposedly a Spring Breakers 2 movie in the works.
The 36-year-old actor posted a strange video, in which he’s nearly passed out eating a rice cake after he “smoked too much dope in the club,” according to the person filming.
While the video was a bit odd, it was the caption that actually addressed the reports:
“ALIEN IN REHAB! And BTW F*** that SBers 2 BS, they’re doing it without HARMONY’s CONSENT. Sounds LAME AS A MUTHA!”
Check out the video above!
If you don’t have a Netflix account, you might reconsider getting one in the future as the prices just went up.
According to ABC News, the online streaming company has raised their monthly fee for new subscribers by one dollar, but it’s not just going to impact new subscribers.
The site also reports that old subscribers will have a two-year break before the new price of $9/month kicks in for their accounts.
The site reports:
By delaying the price increase for current subscribers, Netflix hopes to avoid the backlash that it faced in 2011 when it raised its prices by as much as 60 percent.
The company lost about 800,000 customers within a few months in an exodus that alarmed investors, causing Netflix’s stock to plunge by more than 80 percent in a year. Netflix eventually lured back subscribers and revived its customer growth, lifting its stock to record highs earlier this year.
Get ready to get your money up by May 2016!
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