This CBS canceled show is finally coming back — on another network

Some canceled shows get 2nd photographs at life, and such is the case with the CBS legal drama All Rise, which got dropped in May 2021. After the show used to be introduced to be coming back — getting bailed out by way of the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) — closing September, we finally have a better thought of when it'll be back. 

On Tuesday (Jan. 11) All Rise star Simone Missick announced, on the All Rise Instagram, that the 20-episode order made by means of OWN will debut in this spring. You can watch that announcement under — and it got here with a little of a bonus. 

All Rise, if you happen to've by no means watched, is a criminal drama that focuses on Los Angeles-based judges, public defenders and prosecutors. Missick stars as Judge Lola Carmichael, who begins the show making the transfer from deputy district lawyer to pass judgement on. And, no shock here: she's breaking the entire regulations.

Yes, OWN is priming the pump for the debut of its newest acquisition by means of broadcasting seasons 1 and a pair of of All Rise, ranging from the start. If you wish to have to look at the first two seasons for your self on your own schedule, they're on-demand on Hulu. This gives the existing OWN target audience who's by no means watched All Rise an opportunity to take a look at out the show, and possibly catch up in the event that they like it. 

In the clip, Missick introduced that season 3 has a theme: "new beginnings." How fitting for a show on a brand new network. She also noted that the cast will start filming the series quickly. How soon? Missick said "in the next few days," so the solid is most probably arriving on set as you learn this post.

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Missick also promoted OWN's newest drama series The Kings of Napa, which is premiering after the re-aired episodes of All Rise. Launching any new series that's not a spinoff or sequel is tough nowadays, so we have to give credit score to OWN for finding a way to make the debut of The Kings of Napa a larger match by way of giving it a captivating lead-in.

Because All Rise will most likely convey its own audience to the party. OWN president Tina Perry is quoted through TVLine as saying "All Rise has been a great performer, achieving strong ratings and growing its share from Season 1 to 2."

And this new pairing turns out like it may create a development. The Kings of Napa has an eight-episode run, so we would possibly see the brand new All Rise rise to OWN by the point that first season is over, and the presentations may just stay paired.

OWN is on cable, but in addition to be had on many over-the-top products and services, reminiscent of fuboTV (one of the crucial best streaming services and one among our peak choices for the best cable TV alternatives).

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