TNT is starting to change things up when it comes to their lineup for the weeks and months ahead. Specifically, we are talking here about the Sean Bean series “Legends.”
The network has revealed that the show has been pushed back from its original premiere date this summer, and it will now be paired up in the fall alongside the second season of “The Librarians.” For the most part, we are mixed about this news. We’re worried about any TNT series that happens to come on the air in the fall, mostly because of the fact that the competition for ratings is so enormous across all of TV at the time. However, at the same time “Legends” was not a commercial hit when it aired in the summer of last year. This is a chance to at least shake things up and see what happens.
As for “The Librarians,” the exciting part of this show is mostly that it is coming off of a surprisingly successful run in season 1, and with their variety of characters and unusual stories, maybe these shows could end up becoming an ideal one-two punch.
Unfortunately, there is nothing confirmed yet when it comes to actual premiere dates in the fall; TNT ultimately does have a little bit of time to decide that. Our suggestion is to stay tuned, as we are going to have more news on all of that when it comes to all of the months ahead. Let’s just hope that there aren’t any other schedule shifts.
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