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  1. TV Gods Decide Not to be Rude, Renew Hannibal, Once Upon a Time, Orange Is the New Black [Update: No Such Luck for Community]

    Good News Everyone!

    Everybody's freaking out about series pickups today (and rightfully so—Agent Carter yaaaaaaaaay!), and there's also that little thing about Agents of SHIELD getting a second season. But there's some other news, too: Specifically that Hannibal, which was in danger of cancellation due to low ratings, is being picked up for a third season. Ditto Orange is the New Black, the third season of which got confirmed before season two's even premiered. And ABC will continue to get its fairy tale on with a fourth season of the massively successful and therefore practically uncancellable (the same cannot be said of its spinoff) Once Upon a Time. Swiggity sweason, we're getting a new season. No? That meme's dead? Sigh. Edited to add: Community got canned. Bye bye, #sixseasonsandamovie. (via Deadline, Entertainment Weekly) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  2. Community Writer Doesn’t Seem Too Optimistic About the Show Getting a Sixth Season

    B-but the hashtag! #sobs

    As avid watchers of the Community, we're desperately hoping that the show will get picked up for a sixth season. But, as always, NBC is dragging its feet with that renewal, and the situation's looking pretty grim. Heck, even writer and executive producer Chris McKenna is feeling pretty pessimistic if these tweets are any indication.

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  3. NBC Is Doing Even More Heroes That Will Be Impossible For Them to Screw Up More Than They Already Have

    We Can Be Heroes

    Look at it this way: As big a disappointment as Heroes Reborn and its just-announced prequel series might be, there's no way it can be as big a disappointment as the OG Heroes became. Right? Right?!

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  4. Heroes Reborn Is Already Getting a Prequel Because What Are You DOING, NBC?

    You had your chance at redemption, and that was The Cape. Give it up already.

    Nothing will ever disappoint a certain generation of TV-watching nerds (cough) quite as devastatingly as Heroes did when it first went downhill, so you can bet that we're all pretty twitchy when discussing the upcoming 13-episode miniseries, Heroes: Reborn. Well... you might want to be sitting down. You're about to get twitchier.

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  5. Does the First Teaser for Zoe Saldana’s Rosemary’s Baby Remake Look As Bad As You Thought It Would? [VIDEO]

    Just sayin'. 90% of the responses I've seen to the Zoe Saldana Rosemary's Baby miniseries have been "Whyyy, NBC, whyyyy???!?" The Sound of Music Live! really got to us. (via: io9) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. NBC’s Constantine Adds True Blood And Lost Actors

    Meanwhile...

    The cast of NBC's upcoming Constantine pilot has just expanded by three. 

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  7. First Lady Michelle Obama Is Going To Be On Parks and Recreation

    I'll Allow It

    NBC has just announced the First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, will guest-star on the Parks and Recreation season finale. 

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  8. Looks Like NBC Found Its John Constantine

    I Guess I Can't Argue With That

    Oh my god, they cast an actual British actor. Progress! 

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  9. NBC Is Bringing Heroes Back To TV Despite No One Wanting That Ever

    Will saving the cheerleader also save the writing on this show?

    Ah, 2006; that innocent time when Twitter was brand-new, Pluto was still a planet, and Heroes was the best show on TV. Little did we know that slowly, over the next few years, this wonderful superhero drama would become a sad version of the show we once loved. But don't worry, Heroes fans (?), because NBC is out of original ideas bringing it back.

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  10. Krysten Ritter Set To Star, Produce 1960s Astronaut Comedy For NBC

    The Boob Tube

    Just recently we told you about Will Ferrell's new production company set to focus on female-led television and film comedy projects. I think this project it too new to fall under their umbrella but it totally fits. Don't Trust the B star Krysten Ritter is leading a new NBC series called Mission Control where she'll play a NASA engineer in 1965.

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