TNT Renews Three Dramas

Jul 30, 2010  •  Post A Comment

TNT has announced renewals for three of its drama series, reports Deadline.com.

Michael Wright, executive vice president and head of programming for TNT, TBS and Turner Classic Movies, said in a press release that the network has ordered new seasons of "The Closer," "Leverage" and the newest entry, "Rizzoli & Isles."

“TNT has enjoyed tremendous success on Sunday and Monday nights with ‘Leverage,’ ‘The Closer’ and ‘Rizzoli & Isles.’ All three shows feature terrific casts, sharp writing and top-notch production teams. We look forward to continued success with new seasons in 2011,” Wright said in the release.



  1. Yay for “Leverage,” but should I be worried about one of my new faves “Memphis Beat”?

  2. I’d be worried if I were you, but not too much. I don’t think the writing is as strong as it could be, but I also think Jason Lee is miscast. I find myself less and less interested in this show, and I really wanted to like it. Still, unless the ratings are abysmal, I see it getting at least one more season.

  3. Memphis Beat is one of the coolest shows of the summer!! Still have a hard time putting the voice with the clean-shaven face of Jason Lee. But the cast of characters with the show make it a must-watch (or DVR) every week!! Afre Woodard must be one of the busiest people on TV in the past few years. Hopefully TNT won’t let me down on this one…

  4. I agree, Memphis Beat gets better each week as more of the ensemble is given a chance to shine. I will be surprised if TNT gives up on it. It is way better than Rizzoli & Isles.

  5. I love Jason Lee and the Memphis. Keep the Beat!

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