TV Quick Hits: ‘Married’ canceled, ‘Supergirl’ casts ‘Revenge’ alum, ‘Gilmore Girls’ revival scoop

FX -Married” over and done with – After just two seasons, FX has decided to divorce itself from “Married.” As you can see in the tweet at the bottom of this article, the network has decided already to cancel the series after just two seasons on the air. It’s sad thanks to the show’s quality, and it makes us wonder whether or not someone will actually give the super-talented Nat Faxon a chance to stick around a show for a while.

Supergirl” gets a touch of “Revenge” – Specifically, the CBS series premiering on Monday night is bringing in Toyman, one of the iconic villains from the Superman / Supergirl universe. reports that Henry Czerny, known mostly for playing Conrad Grayson for three seasons on “Revenge,” is set to appear as Winslow Schott.

Now, we understand there being some confusing here, given the belief that Jeremy Jordan’s series-regular role of Winn Schott was believed by many to eventually become the villain. Maybe that still happens, but Winslow is his estranged father, and it appears at least for now like the show is going more in the directing of Winslow being the bad guy. Maybe someone on the creative team liked having Jordan so much as a friend / foil to Kara Zor-El that they couldn’t bear to make him bad.

Gilmore Girls” now has a theme – While Netflix still has not officially ordered the revival series, it’s definitely happening. The latest report today from TVLine suggests that the central conceit for the upcoming four mini-movies of 90 minutes each is seasons. You’ll get an episode set in the spring, the summer, the fall, and the winter. It’s an interesting idea, and with that run time you’re giving yourself a lot of ground to cover. It’s basically eight standard “Gilmore Girls” episodes.

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