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S.W.A.T. just won’t die!
April 11th, 2024 under Shemar Moore. [ Comments: 1 ]

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Last year, CBS canceled S.W.A.T., but the fans fought to get it back. And they succeeded. A few days later, the network picked up the police procedural for a 7th and final season.

But nothing is really final until it is. Therefore, the little show that could, did. CBS renewed the series for an 8th season today.

“Here at CBS, we always ‘stay liquid’ and love a good dramatic twist, especially when it leads to an eighth season of S.W.A.T.!,” said Amy Reisenbach, president of CBS Entertainment. “The show continues to resonate with viewers thanks to our talented cast led by Shemar Moore and our amazing writers and producers who keep the show relevant and action-packed. We’re very pleased to renew it again and incredibly grateful to our partners at SONY, CBS Studios and Shemar for working so closely with us to bring it back for next season.”

The show’s star, Shemar Moore, never gave up hope and he was right to do so. “S.W.A.T. IS BACK! BELIEVE IN MIRACLES! I am so proud of this show and the people and variables it has taken to make this show what it is and has become,” said Moore, series star and executive producer. “I am so grateful to the fans around the world who have supported, watched, enjoyed and rooted for S.W.A.T.! It is entirely because of this support that S.W.A.T. will continue to shine! This is still a dream job for me … I love my S.W.A.T. crew, cast and writers and producers – we have made an incredible, fun, exciting, provocative and heartwarming show for the world to enjoy. Thank you to CBS and SONY for believing in S.W.A.T. and giving us this opportunity to shine!”

I love fairy tales with happy endings, and I am happy that S.W.A.T. is living happily but not ever after. Are you thrilled it is coming back?


CBS decides they do want more of Shemar Moore
May 8th, 2023 under CBS, Shemar Moore. [ Comments: none ]

On Friday, CBS cancelled S.W.A.T. after six seasons. Then Shemar Moore made a plea on social media to get his series more episodes, and the fans wanted it too. So they reached out to CBS, and now the show will be back for a seventh and final season.

“We have listened to our viewers and their outpouring of passion for S.W.A.T., and we have reached an agreement to renew it for a final season of 13 episodes to air during the 2023-2024 broadcast year,” Amy Reisenbach, President, CBS Entertainment, and Katherine Pope, President, Sony Pictures Television Studios, said in a joint statement. “S.W.A.T. has aired for six seasons on CBS and garnered a devoted following. We are pleased that we found a way to bring it back and give closure to the show’s storylines and characters, which audiences deserve. Once again, we appreciate the talents and efforts of the cast, writers, producers and crew and everyone who has contributed to the success of S.W.A.T. We look forward to its return next season.”

Moore added, “Ayyeee!!!!! We did it #SWATFAM!!! @swatcbs is coming back for a 7th and Final season with 13 Episodes!!! Thank you to all of you for the continued and amazing support!! Let’s go 👊🏽💯🔥💪🏽”

I love when a series gets saved after being cancelled. It is a Hollywood fairytale. Although, the Evil Stepmother will have to go after another show like East New York to compensate for the cost of S.W.A.T.’s renewal.

CBS will announce its Fall schedule on Wednesday.


CBS swats S.W.A.T. off of its schedule
May 5th, 2023 under CBS, Shemar Moore. [ Comments: none ]

Shemar Moore is a free man because CBS cancelled his police procedural S.W.A.T., which was about an LA S.W.A.T. team.

“For six seasons, the amazing talents of the S.W.A.T. cast led by Shemar Moore, the writers, producers and crew guided by executive producers Shawn Ryan, Andy Dettman and Aaron Rahsaan Thomas brought us compelling, action packed episodes that also addressed important social issues and contributed to the success of our primetime line up,” said CBS Entertainment president Amy Reisenbach. “We sincerely thank them for their incredible work and passion and also thank our dedicated fans who tuned in every week.”

The series’ final episode will air on May 19th.

UPDATE: CBS has decided not to renew freshman dramas East New York and True Lies.


Shemar Moore visits The Young & the Restless on Monday
May 4th, 2023 under Shemar Moore, TV Soaps. [ Comments: none ]

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It has been about four years since Shemar Moore has been back in Genoa City. And on Monday, he will be there to connect with his daughter Lily (Christel Khalil), nephew Devon (Bryton James), and stepson Nate (Sean Dominic).

Moore has been playing Malcolm Winters on and off since 1994. And he is one of the show’s most beloved characters.

So it makes sense that he would be invited back to celebrate the Soap Opera’s 50th anniversary.

He is not the only one who has returned to The Young & the Restless for the milestone; so has Michael Damian, Patty Weaver, Barbara Crampton, Tricia Cast, and Veronica Webb. It will be interesting to see who else will come back home. Maybe Doug Davidson, Peter Barton, or Grant Cramer?


Shemar Moore is going to be Young and Restless again
April 1st, 2023 under Shemar Moore, TV Soaps. [ Comments: none ]

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The Young and the Restless just turned 50 on March 26th, and past stars like Michael Damian and Barbara Crampton reprised their roles on the Daytime Drama.

They are not the only ones going home to Genoa City. Shemar Moore is also making a visit on May 8th. According to Deadline, Malcolm Winters returns to town to connect with his daughter Lily (Christel Khalil) and nephews Devon (Bryton James) and Nate (Sean Dominic).

Moore might be a big Primetime star these days, but he never forgets where he came from.


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