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Manhattan Season 3 Won't Happen, WGN America Drama Has Been Canceled

Fans of the WGN America show Manhattan got some disappointing news today. The show has been canceled by the network and will not return for a third season. The program was one of the first original scripted shows on WGN.

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10 Great TV Shows You're Probably Not Watching

Here are 10 shows whose names are probably familiar even though you’ve somehow never gotten around to checking them out. Some are new, some are established, and all of them are criminally underwatched. Take notes.

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Manhattan: Was Abby's Shocking Trick Actually Helpful At All?

For Manhattan Season 2, things over in Los Alamos are quite different in a variety of ways. But in Episode 4, “Overlord,” some very familiar things are happening, and one of them involves Abby butting into another couple's life.

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3 Big Things To Remember Before Manhattan's Season 2 Premiere

Throughout Season 1, Manhattan delivered more surprises and emotional drama than one might have expected. Viewers can expect the same things from Season 2, and here are three things to have in mind for the season premiere.

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How Liza's Mental Illness Will Affect Manhattan Season 2

On WGN America's Manhattan, life at Los Alamos would be a strain on anyone’s mental state, but it seemed to take a larger toll on that of Olivia Williams’ Liza Winter. As Liza’s role within the community grows next season, one has to wonder just how mentally unstable she is, and how it will affect her moving forward.

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 How Historically Accurate Manhattan Is, According To Experts

If its first couple of original series are anything to go by, WGN America is a network that is heavily inspired by this country’s past. But how historically accurate is Manhattan and its depiction of the formation of the atomic bomb during World War II, anyway?

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CSI's William Petersen Is Finally Coming Back To TV

For nine seasons, William Petersen played Gil Grissom on CBS’ CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Since he left the popular drama, the actor and producer has mostly stayed out of acting, but today news has broken stating that Petersen will be taking his first big TV role since leaving CSI back in 2009.

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This Is Apparently The Best TV Title Sequence Of 2014

Here in 2014, movie and TV opening credits are arguably more complicated and divine than they’ve ever been, as “telling audiences who’s in the project” has largely been replaced by “awesome visuals that tie into themes, plus the cast and crew.” And according to those who make it their duty to report on such things, here's the greatest title sequence of 2014.

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Manhattan Extended Trailer Hints At Secrets, Lies And Even More Dangerous Weapons

With their second original scripted program Manhattan, WGN America is entering the world of high-stakes TV drama, and the extended trailer above does a fantastic job of dangling tension and suspense without actually cluing audiences in on why we should be so tense. Oh, except for that whole “build a weapon that can end the war” thing.

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Manhattan Review: WGN America Series Delivers Drama And Top Secret Science In The Desert

Joining Salem among WGN America's slate of original programming is Manhattan, another period piece for the network. The scripted drama centers on the lives and top secret work of the men and women involved in the Manhattan Project during World War II. Mixing an intriguing historical setting with suspense, drama and mystery, where the stakes are incredibly high...

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Manhattan Drops Three New Posters

Following up in the intriguing trailer for their new original series Manhattan, WGN America has released some pretty great key art for the period drama, all of which tease a story of atomic proportions.

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Manhattan Trailer Goes Atomic

WGN America has revealed the first full trailer for their upcoming new scripted original drama series Manhattan. As you'll see in the trailer above, the town of Los Alamos, New Mexico -- the fastest growing city, as of 1943, during the setting of this series -- is no ordinary town. Sometimes things go boom.

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Manhattan Preview Teases The Secrets, Lies And Atomic Bombs Coming To WGN America

I think the show’s tagline “Nuclear. Family.” should get some kind of a Concise Simplicity Award, as it tells viewers pretty much all they need to know without resorting to silly puns or bombast. Some families can barely hold it together when atomic bombs aren’t involved, so I can’t imagine these characters’ lives being any less tumultuous.

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