A look at Charlotte’s Web cast, a series from Web TV creator Brad Weber
A web series from a Web TV show creator has been renewed for a third season, a new show from WebTV creator Brad Webb has been picked up for a second season, and a WebTV show creator is working on a new series for a fourth season.
In a news release on Tuesday, AMC announced that it has renewed the series “Hobbits: The Musical,” for a season three.
“We are thrilled to be able to bring this story to the web with a renewed third season,” said AMC Networks chairman Charlie Collier.
“Habits is a thrilling and funny show, and its story is as rich as its characters.
AMC is owned by Time Warner, which owns AMC, but is also owned by Comcast. “
A new season is just the beginning of what we are looking forward to, and the success of Hobbits has only just begun,” Collier added.
AMC is owned by Time Warner, which owns AMC, but is also owned by Comcast.
“As we announced last year, we will be bringing a new, premium content series to the Web for the first time in more than three years, bringing more than 200 original Web series to a broader audience, including shows like ‘The Flash’ and ‘Battlestar Galactica,’ which will be available on AMC,” said Bob Boilen, president of AMC Networks.
“The Hobbits show has a history that spans three decades, and it will continue to grow as we expand our portfolio of original programming and introduce new original programming like the new series ‘The Avengers’ and more.
We look forward the show will continue its successful run on AMC.”
AMC’s web-only series “Weird Al” Yankovic’s popular podcast “Wee-wee’s Big Adventure” has also been renewed, for a seventh season.
AMC has also picked up a Web series based on the popular video game, “Call of Duty: Black Ops,” for an eighth season.
“In addition to the recent renewal of Hobits, AMC has renewed another web series based in the world of “The Walking Dead” for a ninth season,” the company said.
“Call and “Weed” were both created by former showrunners and co-creators David Alpert and Steven Levitan, respectively.
Both shows have been renewed.
AMC also picked Upward Slope up for the fifth season.
Last year, AMC launched a new Web series, “Criminal Minds,” that will focus on the U.S. criminal justice system.