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Gotham renewed for a second season


Fox announced the renewal of its three series for the 2015-2016 season during the Television Critics Association. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the dramas "Gotham" and "Empire" have been extended for second seasons, and the comedy "Brooklyn 9-9" - for a third.

"Empire" became a hit on Fox after the second episode. The drama by Lee Daniels and Danny Strong is at the top of the new series this season. The series, starring Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson, has displaced ABC's "How to Get Away for Murder" from # 1 in viewership on the day it premiered and re-screened on the same day to audiences aged 18 to 49.

"Gotham", describing the events of "pre-Batman" times, collects on average about 10.6 million viewers, of which 4.2 million belong to the key audience from 18 to 49 years old. Among men 18 to 49 and 18 to 34, the first season of executive producer Bruno Heller's series starring Ben McKenzie is the channel's number one drama. The premiere of Gotham with a 6.0 demo beat The Blacklist and Scorpio to set Fox's best debut record for the first time in fourteen years.

The show's Brooklyn 9-9 comedy demo rating Parks and Recreation "by Daniel J. Goore and Michael Schur with Andy Samberg in the lead role for a key audience from 18 to 49 years old 2.7. The show's ratings have increased by seventeen percent from season to season.

Gotham, Brooklyn 9-9 and Empire joined the previously renewed animated series Bob's Diner, Family Guy, and The Simpsons. Recall that at the end of 2014 Fox ordered the production of the first season of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's anthology "Scream Queens".

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