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Four days after the abrupt cancellation of sophomore series “Southland” by NBC, chatter intensifies that the gritty cop drama may find a second home at TNT.
TNT was an obvious choice as it shares a corporate parent with Warner Bros. TV, which produces the critically praised series with studio-based John Wells Prods.
But sources on Monday indicated that talks between the two sides are advancing.
“We continually look at all programming opportunities that fit our portfolio of brands,” TNT said in a statement.
“Southland,” which stars Benjamin McKenzie, shot six episodes of its second season before being shut down by NBC last week.
TNT has been active in the cop drama genre, from its biggest hit, “The Closer” to its most recent offering, “Dark Blue,” both from WBTV’s sister Warner Horizon.
TNT has yet to decide on the future of “Dark Blue,” which recently wrapped its first season.
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