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‘Angie Tribeca’ & ‘Animal Kingdom’ Score New Seasons At TBS & TNT

The comedy "Wrecked" has also been renewed for a second season.

Rashida Jones in "Angie Tribeca" Season 2

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TBS’s “Angie Tribeca” and “Wrecked” and TNT’s new drama “Animal Kingdom” have just been renewed for new seasons. All three shows received early 10-episode renewals for 2017.

The Rashida Jones-starring comedy follows a group of LAPD detectives who handle the “most serious cases.” The series is currently finishing up its second season and will go on for a third. Upon hearing the news, the official “Angie Tribeca” Twitter page posted a celebratory tweet.

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Rookie series “Wrecked” stars Jessica Lowe, Ginger Gonzaga and Ally Maki and revolves around a diverse group of plane crasher survivors. The first season made its debut last month and has reached a multiplatform audience of 5.2 million viewers.

“A year ago we began reinventing TBS, and thanks to the incredible talent behind these shows, we’ve come a long way in a very short amount of time,” said Brett Weitz, EVP original programming for TBS. “Pulling the trigger on renewals early allows us to build on our success by giving fans new seasons more quickly.”

READ MORE: Review: ‘Animal Kingdom’ Season 1 Honors the Film, But Lacks the Dynamic That Made It Great

“Animal Kingdom,” inspired by the 2010 film written and directed by David Michôd, stars Ellen Barkin, Scott Speedman and Shawn Hatosy, among others. According to TNT and Nielsen, the drama is reaching 6.7 million viewers across all TNT platforms.

“’Animal Kingdom’ has signaled the new tone for TNT dramas and is moving the network in the direction we hoped it would,” said Sarah Aubrey, executive vice president of original programming for TNT. “I’m confident that our strategy of working with high-caliber talent and then getting out of their way will continue to pay off.”

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