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TNT is ready for another chapter of The Librarians.
The Turner network has renewed the drama for a fourth season, it was announced Tuesday.
The pickup comes days after the season three finale of the series. TNT puts the season three viewership at 5.4 million viewers. Season four will premiere sometime later this year.
The Librarians is a reboot of sorts for TNT. The franchise first began as a series of TV movies dating back to 2004 before the title was resurrected as a series in 2014. Noah Wyle starred in all three TV movies and has since revived his role as Flynn Carsen in a recurring capacity on the series.
Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, Lindy Booth, John Harlan Kim and John Larroquette star on the show, which hails from Electric Entertaiment. Wyle also executive produces with Dean Devlin and Marc Roskin.
The Librarians is the latest TNT original to get a renewal, joining the recently picked up Major Crimes and Good Behavior. While Good Behavior is part of TNT chief Kevin Reilly’s push into edgier programming, Major Crimes and The Librarians are part of the more procedural slate Reilly inherited from his predecessor Michael Wright.
TNT’s other original series include The Last Ship and Animal Kingdom.
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