Variety, reported June 18, 2019: ‘Chambers’ Canceled After One Season at Netflix.
“’Chambers’ will not return for a second season,” a Netflix spokesperson said in a statement. “We’re grateful to creator and showrunner Leah Rachel for bringing this story to us and to her fellow executive producers Alfonso Gomez Rejon, Steve Gaghan from Super Emotional, Winnie Kemp and Wolfgang Hammer from Super Deluxe, and Jennifer Yale. We’re also thankful to the tireless crew, and to our incredible cast, especially Uma Thurman, Tony Goldwyn and talented newcomer Sivan Alyra Rose.”
Deadline Hollywood, reported June 17, 2019: Bernie McGee Dies: ‘Seeking Sister Wife’ Star Was 41.
Bernie McGee, star of the TLC reality series Seeking Sister Wife, has died from heat stroke and a heart attack. He was age 41.
Deadline Hollywood, reported June 17, 2019: Gloria Vanderbilt Dies: Actress, Fashion Designer, Mother Of CNN’s Anderson Cooper Was 95.
Gloria Vanderbilt, artist, author, actress, fashion designer, heiress and the mother of CNN’s Anderson Cooper, has died. She died Monday morning at her New York City home, surrounded by family and friends, CNN announced. She was 95.
Deadline Hollywood, reported June 16, 2019: Katy Textor Dies: CBS ’60 Minutes’ Producer For Morley Safer Was 45.
Producer Katherine “Katy” Textor, who collaborated with Morley Safer on nearly all of his reports over his last years on 60 Minutes, died of cancer Friday at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan. She was 45 and her death was reported by CBS.
Deadline Hollywood, reported June 13, 2018: Edith Gonzalez Dies: Telenovela Star Of ‘Salomé’ Was 54.
Edith Gonzalez, an actress for Spanish-language television networks Televisa, Telemundo and TV Azteca, has died. She had battled cancer for three years before succumbing at age 54.
USA Today, reported June 12, 2019: 'Counting On' matriarch 'Grandma' Mary Duggar died of an accidental drowning after church.
Details surrounding the sudden death of "Grandma" Mary Duggar are coming to light.

Mary, who often appeared alongside her family on the TLC shows "19 Kids & Counting" and "Counting On," died of an accidental drowning in a swimming pool Sunday, Washington County Coroner Roger Morris confirmed to USA TODAY Wednesday.

"It appears she slipped and fell into the pool," Morris said, adding that the accident took place at Mary's home in Springdale, Arkansas, on June 9. She was 78.
USA Today, reported June 12, 2019: Oscar-nominated 'Midnight Cowboy' actress Sylvia Miles dies.
Sylvia Miles, an actress and Manhattan socialite whose brief, scene-stealing appearances in the films "Midnight Cowboy" and "Farewell, My Lovely" earned her two Academy Award nominations, died Wednesday.

Miles died in an ambulance in New York on the way to a hospital after complaining to a home health care worker that she wasn't feeling well, her friend, fashion-industry publicist Mauricio Padilha, told The Associated Press. The cause is not yet clear.

Accounts of Miles' age vary widely. Padilha and other sources say she was 94. Past reporting from the AP puts her age at 86.
The Hollywood Reporter, reported June 10, 2019: William D. Wittliff, Screenwriter on 'Lonesome Dove' and 'Legends of the Fall,' Dies at 79.
William D. Wittliff, the elegant Texas screenwriter who penned the teleplay for the acclaimed miniseries Lonesome Dove and worked on such features as Legends of the Fall, Honeysuckle Rose and The Perfect Storm, has died. He was 79.
Fox TV 8, reported June 8, 2019: Missing Mouseketeer Dennis Day is dead, police say, and his body was found months ago.
A body that was found in an Oregon home two months ago has been identified as that of long-missing Dennis Day, one of the original members of “The Mickey Mouse Club” TV show from the 1950s, police said.

The remains of Day, 76, were found April 4 at his house in the southern Oregon city of Phoenix, but investigators weren’t confident enough to identify the corpse until Thursday, Oregon State Police said.
Deadline Hollywood, reported June 6, 2019: ‘Swamp Thing’ Canceled By DC Universe After 1 Season.
The DC digital service, DC Universe, will not be picking up a second season of Swamp Thing, its drama series based on the DC characters created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson, according to sources. The series, which premiered on May 31, hailed from James Wan’s Atomic Monster in association with Warner Bros. Television.
Deadline Hollywood, reported June 6, 2019: Dr. John Dies: New Orleans Music Legend, Soundtrack Stalwart And Actor Was 77.
Six-time Grammy winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dr. John has died. His death was announced on his official Facebook page by his family.
Variety, reported June 4, 2019: Syfy Cancels ‘Deadly Class,’ ‘Happy!’.
Syfy has opted to cancel “Deadly Class” and “Happy!”, Variety has learned.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 29, 2019: Kahli Small Dies: Exec Worked On ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ And TV Productions, Was 53.
Kahli Small, who worked on the films Bohemian Rhapsody and Milk, died on Sunday. She was 53.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 30, 2019: ‘Abby’s’, ‘The Village’ & ‘The Enemy Within’ Canceled By NBC After One Season.
NBC has made a decision on its new midseason series, comedy Abby’s and dramas The Village and The Enemy Within. All three have been canceled, joining sophomore midseason comedy, A.P. Bio, which was axed last Friday.
Deadline Hollywood, May 30, 2019: Leon Redbone Dies: Early ‘SNL’ Musical Favorite Was 69.
Leon Redbone, the trombone-voiced singer-songwriter whose eccentric, nostalgic Americana style of music found at least a temporarily frequent home on early episodes of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, died today. He was 69.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 29, 2019: Carmine Caridi Dies: Actor in ‘The Godfather’ Sequels And Expelled Academy Member Was 85.
Carmine Caridi, who played the traitorous Carmine Rosato in The Godfather, Part II (1974) and returned to the Francis Ford Coppola franchise to portray Albert Volpe in The Godfather Part III (1990), died Tuesday at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, where he had been in a coma. He was 85.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 17, 2019: Lee Hale Dies: ‘Dean Martin Show’ And ‘The Golddiggers” Music Director Was 96.
Lee Hale, whose love of 20th century music enhanced The Dean Martin Show and its spin-off, The Golddiggers, has died. He was 96 and passed at his home in Beverly Hills on May 10.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 27, 2019: Bill Buckner Dies: Ex-MLB Star Who Rectified Infamous World Series Error On ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Was 69.
Bill Buckner, a longtime baseball star who spoofed his crucial late-career World Series error on Curb Your Enthusiasm, died today. He was 69. Sportswriter Jeremy Schaap tweeted that Buckner’s widow Jody said had been suffering from Lewy body dementia.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 26, 2019: Bart Starr Dies: NFL Quarterback Legend And Actor Was 85.
Bart Starr, the Green Bay Packers quarterback whose sneak dive into the end zone on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field remains of the National Football League’s most iconic plays, has died. He was 85 and had been in failing health since 2014, when he suffered two strokes and a heart attack.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 24, 2019: ‘Whiskey Cavalier’ “Fully And Finally Canceled” After Brief Review By ABC.
It was a long shot and we stressed that a Season 2 renewal for canceled Whiskey Cavalier was unlikely but fans of the show were still holding out hope. Now it’s official — ABC will not be reversing its cancellation decision.
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