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After two seasons, the cable network has decided not to renew the drama series, which centered around a group of convicts who catch criminals. Executive producer Nick Santora ( Prison Break ) took to Twitter to thank fans for their support and talk
After bidding from multiple nets, Fox has given a sizable commitment to a crime family drama from Santora, DreamWorks TV and Sony Pictures TV. "The Raiding Party" revolves around three brothers and their domineering mother who carry on the decades-
Latest News: However, the executive producer Matt Olmstead and co-PB as a stud breeder Nick
E Fox had originally passed on the pilot Nick Santora (orange hat), actor Malcolm Goodwin and Matt Olmstead returned to "Breakout Kings" when A&E resurrected the busted Fox pilot. Laz Alonso in "Breakout Kings" As soon as the shock wore off, the
TV News A&E has set March 13 for the premiere of its newest scripted series, "Breakout Kings." Cabler had success with rookie drama "The Glades" last year and is going ahead with more scripted programming, even though the net's bread and butter has
Prison Break" fans who still e-mail us about bringing the show back to the small screen, this one's for you: Executive producers Matt Olmstead and Nick Santora have a new prison-breaking-related drama -- "Breakout Kings" -- that will premiere on A&E
Michael Caulfield/WireImage.com Welcome back to TV, T-Bag! Robert Knepper told EW exclusively that he has closed a deal to resurrect his classic Prison Break convict T-Bag in the A&E fugitive-themed drama Breakout Kings . The decision by Prison Break
Producers of former WB reality skein "Beauty and the Geek" have created half-hour strip "Geek Meets Girl," where a beautiful woman has two dates with a nerdy guy. At the end of each half-hour episode, the two reveal if any romance has been sparked.
Show Tracker is covering the pilots under contention for the fall season at the five broadcast networks in the following order: ABC, CBS, CW, Fox and NBC. (Yes, it's alphabetical.) Fox has ordered only four drama pilots, and I'm going to start with "
Fox, NBC and ABC have gone on a buying frenzy, picking up six pilots. Fox greenlit the procedural drama "Breakout Kings," the laffer "Most Likely to Succeed" and the comedy "Traffic Light," while ABC's latest pilot is the drama "Edgar Floats." At NBC,