Channel CBS, which announced the closure of two new summer TV series – "American Gothic" and "Brainless" have no doubts about the success of their autumn novelties. According to The Hollywood Reporter, CBS has ordered nine additional episodes for the new dramas "Bull", "MacGyver" and the comedy "Kevin Can Wait." Thus, the number of episodes in each series has reached 22.
"We are extremely happy that our viewers have appreciated all three series," said CBS Entertainment President Glenn Geller in a statement. “Each show had a positive impact. directly and positively impacting our schedule, contributing significantly to our ratings. "
Bull, based on the early career story of Dr. Phil's talk show host Phil McGraw, when he served as a jury consultant, he has a 2.6 rating among adults aged 18 to 49. The drama stars veteran and former NCIS star Michael Weatherly.
MacGyver, a revamped take on the hit 80s action adventure, is a strong player on Friday air. ... Winning the title of Best New Show on Fridays, MacGyver has a 1.9 rating.
Kevin James, who stars in the comedy Kevin Can Wait, has returned to CBS following the sitcom King of Queens. His new family comedy, which comes out with The Big Bang Theory on Mondays, has a 2.8 rating.
The fate of the new CBS series, It's All Under the hood,
The Topic of Article: The number of episodes in the series MacGyver increased to 22.