TNT has picked up two of its original series for new seasons, and also has swung the ax on three shows.
“Public Morals” and “Agent X” are one and done at the cable channel, and second-year show “Legends” has also been canceled. TNT gave renewals to “Major Crimes,” which will enter its fifth season, and “The Librarians,” which is getting a third run.
The two pickups join the previously renewed “Murder in the First,” “Rizzoli & Isles” and “The Last Ship” on TNT.
None of the three canceled shows made much of a dent in the ratings. “Agent X” is the best of the lot but averages only a 0.23 same-day rating in adults 18-49. “Legends” is managing only a 0.13 thus fa, and “Public Morals” averaged a 0.15 same-day rating.
“The Librarians,” by contrast, scores a 0.53 same-day rating, while “Major Crimes” draws a 0.36 (and the largest total audience of the lot).