Renewed: Bull, Hawaii Five-0, Madam Secretary.

Plus MacGyver & SEAL Team also returning.

CBS has renewed a swag of shows: Bull, Hawaii Five-0, Madam Secretary, MacGyver & SEAL Team.

Bull starring Michael Weatherly will be back for Season 4. The show reaches 11.4 million viewers including delayed viewing. It recently made headlines when Eliza Dushku alleged harassment on the set, with the network settling at almost $10 million. hat prompted Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment to exit the production.

Hawaii Five-0 starring Alex O’Loughlin is back for Season 10. Its total audience is 10.1 million total viewers.

SEAL Team, led by David Boreanaz, is also back for a third season. It reaches 8.6 million total viewers.

Madam Secretary wth Tea Leoni returns for Season 6. It reaches 8.1 million total viewers.

Another reboot, MacGyver will return for Season 4. The Lucas Till series reaches 7.6 million viewers.

All five shows screen in Australia on Network 10.

CBS also renewed SWAT for a third season, screening in Australia on Foxtel.

Source: Variety

3 Responses

  1. I suspect there was not a lot of expectation Madam Secretary would be renewed as the whole last season felt like a series finale. The last episode left no ambiguity as to the direction of the characters so it does make me curious where this show can possibly go under its current premise. I just hope it doesn’t turn into a show about an election campaign, I can’t see that being very interesting.

    1. That’s exactly what the show is going to do but the White House is still going to be featured. The new season we get to see Elizabeth McCord’s stance on domestic issues for the first time. I read an article with one of the show runners which gave a bit of an insight into what they are planning.

  2. American national broadcasters need their regular series of shows with their formulaic scripts open ended plots and journeyman actors, perfect hair, makeup and clothes, no explicit nudity or sex and no profanity, American TV wouldn’t be the same without them, the rest of the world is starting to move on however the growth of SVOD during the last year indicates that, I’m sure that fans of these U.S. shows will hope that CBS will continue to keep their production line going.

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