Status: Cancelled Aired: 2015-17, 3 Seasons Totaling 39 Episodes Network: Syfy Starring: Zoie Palmer, Roger Cross, Marc Bendavid, Anthony Lemke Series Website: com/darkmatter Description: In Dark Matter, the crew of a derelict spaceship is awakened from stasis with no memories of who they are or how they got on board.Facing threats at every turn, they have to work together to survive a voyage charged with vengeance, betrayal and hidden secrets.
“There’s definitely been a lot of complications in terms of the bottom surgery,” Jennings explained on Tuesday’s PEOPLE Now. You’ll see in the show, there’s some problems because I’ve been on the hormone blockers and basically I haven’t had a lot of development — so we’re debating if I have enough material to work with.” “It’s all this weird stuff,” she continued. I haven’t gotten the procedure yet, but this season you’ll see me go on consultations and finding the surgeon of my choice.” While Jennings admitted the surgery is “a very serious procedure,” fear isn’t preventing her from getting it. And I know my mom, she’s especially fearful because she doesn’t like me going under anesthesia and all that stuff,” Jennings explained. I just love people for who they are.” While she hasn’t dated much — only going on a few dates on the show — that will change this season when Jennings decides to try dating in the dark.
And though exposing intimate aspects of her life to the world isn’t always easy, Jennings is up for the challenge.
The premise was simple: an attractive, vapid family who loved butts and money tried to acquire fame (and more money).
When they bickered, it was from a well-appointed ski chalet; when they gossiped, it was over delightfully large salads, and about 40 percent of the show is prolonged establishing shots of California scenery.
Ken" are leaving vacant space on ABC Fridays.) NOTE: See all our regular updates on renewals and cancellations in the lists below) But even before the official 2017-2018 schedule presentations, networks have been delivering good and bad news.
Some shows had reason to celebrate, like "Great News," the comedy co-created by Tina Fey that got a quick Season 2 order from NBC.
Then there's the case of "Timeless," the appealing time-travel adventure that NBC first canceled, and then decided to renew.
News was less happy for "Pitch," as Fox canceled the freshman baseball drama.
I'll update the list as new information becomes available. "Ride With Norman Reedus (AMC): AMC announced the show that takes "The Walking Dead" star around the country is renewed for Season 3 -- news that came before Season 2 even premiered. "Veep" (HBO): The political comedy will return for one more season -- Season 7 -- but after that, its term will be over.
RENEWED "The Vikings" (History): The History channel has ordered a 20-episode Season 6 of the historical adventure drama. "I'm Dying Up Here" (Showtime): Showtime renewed the comedy-drama about the '70s stand-up comedy scene in Los Angeles for a second season, to air in 2018.
The drama was low-stakes and always quickly resolved; a majority of the scenes took place in cavernous mansions or from aboard luxe Thai yachts.