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Pure: Is the Hulu TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

Vulture Watch What will become of Mennonite Pastor Noah Funk? Has the Pure TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Hulu? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Pure season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   What's This TV Show About? A Canadian drama streaming on the Hulu paid subscription platform, Pure stars Ryan Robbins, Alex Paxton-Beesley, Peter Outerbridge, A.J. Buckley, Gord Rand, Dylan Taylor, Rosie Perez, Jessica Clement, Dylan Everett, Aaron Hale, Lanette Ware, Cory Bowles, Felix Bieger, Patrick Garrow, Gary Levert, Joanne Miller, and Wendy Lyon. The story centers on Mennonite pastor, Noah Funk (Robbins). Noah must find a way to protect his family, remain true
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Pure

Network: Hulu. Episodes: Six (hour). Seasons: One. TV show dates (Us): July 7, 2017 — July 7, 2017. Series status: Cancelled. Performers include: Ryan Robbins, Alex Paxton-Beesley, Peter Outerbridge, A.J. Buckley, Gord Rand, Dylan Taylor, Rosie Perez, Jessica Clement, Dylan Everett, Aaron Hale, Lanette Ware, Cory Bowles, Felix Bieger, Patrick Garrow, Gary Levert, Joanne Miller, and Wendy Lyon. TV show description: A Canadian drama series inspired by real life events, the Pure TV show centers on a Mennonite pastor, Noah Funk (Robbins). Noah must find a way to protect his family, remain true to his faith, carry on with his ministry, and run his dairy farm, all the while rooting out a drug trafficking ring.Because he is anxious to keep the police out
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Pure: Cancelled by CBC; Season One Premieres on Hulu, Tomorrow

Although season one of the Pure TV show premieres tomorrow on Hulu, when CBC released its 2017-18 programming slate, a second season of the crime drama wasn't included. TV, eh?, a Canadian television site, reports Pure is cancelled. Will it do well enough on Hulu, that the streaming service will pick it up? Stay tuned. The Pure TV series stars Ryan Robbins, Alex Paxton-Beesley, Peter Outerbridge, A.J. Buckley, Gord Rand, Dylan Taylor, Rosie Perez, Jessica Clement, Dylan Everett, Aaron Hale, Lanette Ware, Cory Bowles, Felix Bieger, Patrick Garrow, Gary Levert, Joanne Miller, and Wendy Lyon. The story follows Noah Funk (Robbins). A Mennonite pastor and dairy farmer, Noah goes undercover to rid his community of a drug trafficking ring. Read More…
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The Lizzie Borden Chronicles: Cancelled by Lifetime; No Season Two

Lifetime has given Lizzie Borden the ax. The cable channel has cancelled The Lizzie Borden Chronicles after one season of eight episodes.

A continuation of the story started in the TV movie Lizzie Borden Took an Ax, The Lizzie Borden Chronicles unveils a fictionalized account of actual events and people surrounding her life after her controversial acquittal of the horrific double murder of her father and stepmother in 1892. The show stars Christina Ricci, Clea DuVall, and Cole Hauser. Other characters are played by Olivia Llewellyn, John Ralston, Dylan Taylor, Bradley Stryker, Jeff Wincott, Jessy Schram, Rhys Coiro, Adrian G. Griffiths, Chris Bauer, and Matthew Le Nevez.

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'Reasonable Doubt' Deleted Scene with Dominic Cooper | Exclusive

'Reasonable Doubt' Deleted Scene with Dominic Cooper | Exclusive
When a lawyer gets involved in a fatal accident, he becomes compelled to set an innocent man free at the expense of his own career in our exclusive deleted scene from Reasonable Doubt. Dominic Cooper stars as district attorney Mitch Brockden, whose life unravels after he flees the scene of a fatal accident. When Clifton Davis (Samuel L. Jackson) is found with the body, he is charged with murder, causing Mitch to throw his own case against Clifton to try and clear his conscience, although this man may not be as innocent as he thinks. Check out this scene that wasn't shown during its theatrical run, which features Samuel L. Jackson and Gloria Reuben and shows how Mitch starts stacking the deck against himself in court.

Hotshot district attorney Mitch Brockden (Dominic Cooper) is involved in a fatal hit-and-run, but Clinton Davis (Samuel L. Jackson) is found with the body and charged with murder.
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Exclusive: Three Reasonable Doubt Photos with Samuel L. Jackson and Dominic Cooper

Exclusive: Three Reasonable Doubt Photos with Samuel L. Jackson and Dominic Cooper
When up-and-coming District Attorney Mitch Brockden (Dominic Cooper) commits a fatal hit-and-run, he feels compelled to throw the case against the accused criminal who was found with the body and blamed for the crime. Following the trial, Mitch's worst fears come true when he realizes that he acquitted a guilty man, and he soon finds himself on the hunt for the killer before more victims pile up. Also starring Samuel L. Jackson, we have three exclusive photos from the upcoming thriller Reasonable Doubt before it hits On Demand and is in theaters January 17.

Reasonable Doubt comes to theaters January 17th, 2014 and stars Samuel L. Jackson, Dominic Cooper, Erin Karpluk, Gloria Reuben, Ryan Robbins, Dylan Taylor, Philippe Brenninkmeyer, Lane Styles.
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Reasonable Doubt Trailer Promises Thrills And Chills From Samuel L. Jackson

VOD is where it’s at these days. In recent weeks, various titles have been scheduled to land on-demand before opening in theaters, from Lars von Trier’s four-hour-long sex epic Nymphomaniac to the Sharlto Copley-starring mind-bender Open Grave. The trend seems like it’ll only continue growing through next year, with simultaneous VOD-theatrical release dates being added to the calendar on a daily basis.

One film taking that road to release is Reasonable Doubt, which stars Dominic Cooper and Samuel L. Jackson. Today, we have the first trailer for the movie, clearing up a few plot aspects and promising a very fast-moving thriller. Check it out below:

Though the film’s plot reminds me an awful lot of The Lincoln Lawyer, the presence of capable stars like Cooper and Jackson suggest that Reasonable Doubt might turn out decently. The trailer certainly plays up the cat-and-mouse angle, as well
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Cooper & Jackson in ‘Reasonable Doubt’ Trailer

Reasonable Doubt is a serial killer thriller with a great hook. After driving home drunk, a prosecutor (Dominic Cooper) accidentally hits a man and flees the scene. However, the man is found dead the next day having been slaughtered by a suspected serial killer (Samuel L. Jackson). Cooper finds himself in a difficult situation where his investigation into the truth ould very well ruin his reputation and his life.

The idea for the film is great, but the trailer gives away far too much. There are at least 3 or 4 points that would have been wonderful twists throughout the film, and it could have been ambiguous as to whether Jackson was guilty or if it was just Cooper’s guilt trying to convince him otherwise. Hopefully the film will still manage a few twists and turns, or at least remain tense and involving. You can check out the poster and stills
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Reasonable Doubt Trailer

Reasonable Doubt Trailer
A District Attorney's life is turned upside down after a fatal hit-and-run accident in the first trailer for Reasonable Doubt. Dominic Cooper stars as Mitch Brocken, the attorney who flees the scene after running a man over, when the authorities pin the crime on Clinton Davis (Samuel L. Jackson), who they believe is a serial killer. When Mitch realizes that the victim was really running away from Clinton, a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse ensues. Erin Karpluk and Gloria Reuben co-star in this upcoming thriller, debuting in limited release and on VOD formats January 17.

Reasonable Doubt comes to theaters January 17th, 2014 and stars Samuel L. Jackson, Dominic Cooper, Erin Karpluk, Gloria Reuben, Ryan Robbins, Dylan Taylor, Philippe Brenninkmeyer, Lane Styles.
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Copper Will Air Its Final Episode This Sunday On BBC America

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It seems there was a casualty as a result of Orphan Black’s success on BBC America. While Tatiana Maslany was dazzling audiences with her ability to play five different characters at once, another drama was quietly burning out. Copper was the big, bright star on BBC America once upon a time. But everyone seems to have forgotten about it and as a result it has received an almost unjust cancellation. I say almost unjust because, while it sucks that a good series is being taken off the air because of a silly thing as low ratings, it’s important to acknowledge that something about the show pushed viewers away rather than attracting more.

I referred to Copper as a casualty of Orphan Black’s success, but that’s not a fair statement. Orphan Black didn’t murder this show, but it certainly provided an alternative. And, let’s face it,
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Copper: Season One Ratings

Will Copper -- BBC America's first original scripted TV series -- attract big enough ratings for the show to be renewed for a second season or will it be cancelled instead? Time will tell.

Taking place in 1864 New York City, this gritty drama's cast includes Tom Weston-Jones, Kyle Schmid, Ato Essandoh, Tessa Thompson, Kevin Ryan, Tanya Fischer, Dylan Taylor, Ron White, David Keeley, Franka Potente, Anastasia Griffith, and Kiara Glasco.

Below are the most recent ratings for Copper on BBC America. The first season airs on Sunday nights and there are 10 episodes.

These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:

Final season averages: 0.2 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 0.69 million total viewers.

Episode 01-10: Sunday, 10/21/12

0.15 demo rating (+15%
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Copper: Season Two for BBC America Series

BBC America has renewed Copper, their gritty period drama, for a second season of 13 episodes. There's no word on when they'll air yet but the 10th and final episode of the first season airs this Sunday.

Set in New York City in 1864, Copper follows Kevin Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones), an Irish-American former boxer. He returns from the Civil War with wealthy Robert Morehouse (Kyle Schmid) and African-American Doctor Matthew Freeman (Ato Essandoh) to find that his wife is missing and his daughter is dead. As a police detective, he devotes himself to seeking justice for the powerless in the Big Apple.

The cast also includes Tessa Thompson, Kevin Ryan, Tanya Fischer, Dylan Taylor, Ron White, David Keeley, Franka Potente, Anastasia Griffith, and Kiara Glasco.

Here's the press release with some additional details:

BBC America Renews "Copper" Ahead Of Sunday's
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Kevin Ryan, Kyle Schmid, and Ato Essandoh Talk Copper, Stylized Dialogue, and Morally Grey Characters

The BBC America drama series Copper – from Academy Award-winner Barry Levinson, Emmy-winner Tom Fontana and Academy Award-nominee Will Rokos – is set in 1864, at a time when disorder and mayhem were the law of the land, and New York City was filled with intrigue, corruption, mystery and murder. The show also stars Tom Weston-Jones (as Irish immigrant Detective Kevin Corcoran), Franka Potente, Anastasia Griffith, Kevin Ryan, Kyle Schmid, Ato Essandoh, Dylan Taylor, Kiara Glasco, Tanya Fischer and Tessa Thompson. In this exclusive interview with Collider, co-stars Kevin Ryan (who plays Detective Francis Maguire, Detective Corcoran’s closet friend and partner in the Sixth Precinct), Kyle Schmid (who plays Robert Morehouse, a handsome Manhattan aristocrat) and Ato Essandoh (who plays Doctor Matthew Freeman, who secretly assists Corcoran with his work) talked about their audition process, how they got comfortable with this type of stylized dialogue, playing characters that live in the grey area,
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Anastasia Griffith Talks Copper, Her Character’s Accent, the Possible Love Triangle, and the 1860s Costumes and Sets

The BBC America drama series Copper – from Academy Award-winner Barry Levinson, Emmy-winner Tom Fontana and Academy Award-nominee Will Rokos – is set in 1864, at a time when disorder and mayhem were the law of the land, and New York City was filled with intrigue, corruption, mystery and murder. Actress Anastasia Griffith (Once Upon A Time) plays the sophisticated and spirited Elizabeth Haverford, a woman intrigued by both the rugged Irish immigrant cop, Detective Kevin Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones), and the handsome Manhattan aristocrat, Robert Morehouse (Kyle Schmid). The show also stars Ato Essandoh, Kevin Ryan, Dylan Taylor, Kiara Glasco, Tanya Fischer and Tessa Thompson. During this recent interview to promote the new show, Anastasia Griffith talked about what made her want to be a part of this story, the extent of the research she did for the role, how she decided on what accent to use, how much the costumes and sets help her get into character,
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Copper’s Tom Weston-Jones Comments on the Show’s Physical Challenges, Dialogue, Accents, Moral Amgibuity of Characters and Collaborative Cast

The BBC America drama series Copper – from Academy Award-winner Barry Levinson, Emmy-winner Tom Fontana and Academy Award-nominee Will Rokos – is set in 1864, at a time when disorder and mayhem were the law of the land, and New York City was filled with intrigue, corruption, mystery and murder. Actor Tom Weston-Jones (Mi-5) plays Detective Kevin Corcoran, a rugged Irish immigrant cop, who seeks justice for the powerless in the notorious immigrant neighborhood of Five Points. The show also stars Franka Potente, Anastasia Griffith, Kyle Schmid, Ato Essandoh, Kevin Ryan, Dylan Taylor, Kiara Glasco, Tanya Fischer and Tessa Thompson. In this exclusive interview with Collider, Tom Weston-Jones talked about how he came to be a part of the show, the physical challenges of the role, the cinematic feel and detail, adapting to the style of dialogue and accent, the moral ambiguity of the characters, how supportive and collaborative the cast is of each other,
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'Copper's' Tom Weston-Jones: 'I wanted to gain size'

If you think America is strange, violent and complex now, and you wish for a simpler, kinder time way back when, then BBC America's "Copper" may mess with your nostalgic yearnings. It turns out the past is just as dark, twisted and ultimately hopeful as today (after all, we survived it to get here).

Premiering Sunday, Aug. 19, the channel's first original scripted series -- set for an initial run of 10 episodes -- is the creation of Tom Fontana ("Homicide: Life on the Street," "Oz") and Will Rokos ("Monster's Ball," "Southland"), and executive produced by Barry Levinson ("Good Morning, Vietnam").

British actor Tom Weston-Jones stars as Irish immigrant Kevin Corcoran, a detective with New York's emerging police department in 1864.

He has returned from fighting in the Civil War to find a rapidly growing but often ramshackle metropolis that is sharply split among the elegant residences of Fifth Avenue, the rough-and-tumble
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BBC Releases Trailer For Copper TV Series

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BBC America has released a new trailer for their upcoming TV series entitled ‘Copper’. The original crime drama will center on actor Tom Weston-Jones as an Irish-American detective named Kevin Corcoran, who patrols the streets of Five Points in New York during 1864 in the hopes of catching the person responsible for the murder of his daughter and kidnapped wife. Franka Potente will also star as Madam Eva Heissen, as well as actress Joanne Boland (Land of the Dead), Dylan Taylor (Covert Affairs), Anastasia Griffith (Once Upon a Time), Matthew Deslippe (Across the River to Motor City), and Kevin Ryan (Raw) as Detective Francis Maguire. The series will make its [ Read More ]
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Defying Gravity: Disappointing Ratings; Cancel It or Keep It?

ABC's new outer-space drama debuted on Sunday night. Will Defying Gravity be allowed to complete its mission or, like so many shows before it, be lost in space?

Defying Gravity follows the adventures of eight international astronauts as they fly a spaceship named Antares. On a top-secret mission, their lives are being recorded and telecast on Earth as part of a documentary. Despite the fact that the crewmembers wear libido-suppressing devices, there are plenty of romantic entanglements.

The show features the talents of Andrew Airlie, Christina Cox, Paula Garces, Laura Harris, Peter Howitt, Florentine Lahme, Karen LeBlanc, Ron Livingston, Ty Olsson, Zahf Paroo, Eyal Podell, Maxim Roy, Dylan Taylor, and Malik Yoba.

The sci-fi drama's storyline is strangely similar to the failed pilot for Virtuality that aired a month ago. Defying Gravity is a Canadian series that's co-produced by CTV, Omni Film Productions Limited, and Fox Television Studios. Filming has
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Spoiler Guy: Defying Gravity Episode Summaries

If you're a fan of sci-fi and haven't yet heard of the new summer filler, Defying Gravity, premiering on ABC on August 2, catch up fast. The series is well put together and fantastic! More on that later. For now, I have a few episode summaries for the two-hour premiere, as well as the third episode that will air on 8/9. The series starts on ABC on Sunday, August 2, from 9pm to 11pm (Eastern standard time) and then will fall into a normal Sunday timeslot at 10pm/9 central.

Premiere

The Space Program Sets Its Sights On A New Frontier When Eight Astronauts Set Their Course For A Six-year Discovery Mission Into Space, On ABC's "Defying Gravity"

The Antares crew launches into space, on "Defying Gravity," Sunday, August 2 (9:00-11:00 p.m., Et) on the ABC Television Network. In the first hour, "Pilot" (9:00-10:00 p.m.), a team of eight astronauts,
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First look at "Defying Gravity," a "'Grey's Anatomy' in space"

I've been a fan of women in space movies ever since I watched Kate Capshaw and Lea Thompson in Space Camp as a kid. Although I've never gotten into the Star Trek or Star Wars franchises too much, because they rarely give women leadership roles — except for Star Trek: Voyager, which I've seen all seven seasons of — and I've only watched some of the Battlestar Galactica episodes, I enjoyed Jodie Foster's Contact (at least the first half), and Lori and I both loved the 2002 Showtime series Odyssey Five.

So I was excited to hear about the new space drama coming to America (and Canada, Germany, and the U.K.).

Last week, ABC purchased 13 episodes of the new Canadian sci-fi drama Defying Gravity, which has this description, "In the near future, eight astronauts from five countries (four women and four men) undertake a mysterious six-year international space mission covering thirteen billion kilometers.
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