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'The Newsroom' Ending After Third Season

'The Newsroom' Ending After Third Season

The Newsroom will be coming back to air this fall for its third and final season, the network has confirmed (via The Hollywood Reporter).

While star Jeff Daniels had told his Twitter followers that the show was renewed a few months ago, it has not received the official renewal until now.

There have been a bunch of major events over the last year that the show will most likely cover, including the Newtown school shooting and the Boston Marathon bombing.

The Newsroom also stars Emily Mortimer, Olivia Munn, Dev Patel, Alison Pill, John Gallagher Jr, and Thomas Sadoski.

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13 Responses to “'The Newsroom' Ending After Third Season”

  1. 1
    Cindy Says:

    why? It’s such a great show….they always cancel the good shows that have intelligent characters and writing and great acting.

  2. 2
    Chipsnhow Says:

    @cindy 100% agree

  3. 3
    John Says:

    Wow.. this is so disappointing.. Once again, good writing and good acting are thrown by the wayside…

  4. 4
    maria Says:

    I am so bummed. Such a good show!!

  5. 5
    Julia Says:

    WHAT?! NO! It’s one of my absolute favorites right now, I just got season 1 for Christmas and I’m rewatching it and it’s absolutely glorious! How can they do that?! Freaking HBO.

  6. 6
    lexie Says:

    you got to be kidding me!! this is a fantastic show… with great characters, amazing storyline

  7. 7
    ed Says:

    the show is good but it doesnt come close to TWW so I guess that dissapointed Aaron Sorkin

  8. 8
    mel Says:

    Er! what? no? no no no no no no no no no. nope! what? NO

  9. 9
    trye Says:

    Typical. I love this show.

  10. 10
    vicky Says:

    But why???? I will especially miss watching John Gallagher Jr.

  11. 11
    Michelle Says:

    I know, it’s the worst news ever. My guess is that Sorkin has too much going on and doesn’t want to commit to (or do) more than one more season. It’s the most ridiculous thing ever, since it’s the best thing on TV. The writing is sublime, the characters amazingly well-developed and portrayed by a cast of some of the best actors out there. The backlash against this announcement has been LOUD. My hope is that by fall when Season 3 airs Sorkin will have changed his mind, or maybe even handed off the show to other writers like they did with the last 2 seasons of TWW. I’d even settle for that to get more episodes with these characters. It’s seriously depressing.

  12. 12
    Thomas Says:

    It doesn’t reach the all important 12-25 age demographic that advertisers want so HBO isn’t making enough Money off it.
    Good Writers want good actors that want good Money which Means the CEO’s can’t show a good Financial report. Ergo all shows become McDonalds which makes Money.

    Advertisers want all shows to be about “Tweens” because then other Tweens will Watch and want to buy the tshirts, shoes and mobile phones they use on the Tween show.

    “The 100″ is probably the most transparent example of this.

  13. 13
    sid Says:

    still sad about these news, 3 seasons of this show is not nearly enough, It’s SO GOOD. But I’m sure Aaron Sorkin will have these characters go out with a bang and I am SO EXCITED to watch it.

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