‘Angie Tribeca’ Renewed or Cancelled: Is Rashida Jones Back for Season 4?

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The third season of TBSAngie Tribeca finished up tonight, with Rashida Jones’ title character searching Los Angeles for serial killer Calvin Sniglet (Rob Riggle). So you might be wondering if the show has been renewed for another season. Sadly, TBS has yet to announce if the show will get a fourth season. Although it is one of TBS’ lowest-rated shows, it does stand a good chance at getting renewed.

Through the first nine episodes, Angie has earned an average of 573,000 viewers and a 0.28 18-49 rating for its third season, notes TVSeriesFinale. The ratings are up substantially from season two, climbing 13.33 percent in the demo and 0.62 percent in total viewers.

TBS only has a handful of original shows and Angie is the only one the network hasn’t renewed yet. Search Party, which stars Alia Shawkat, averaged lower ratings than Angie for its first season but was renewed. Search Party only averaged 483,000 viewers and a 0.19 18-49 rating when it aired. TBS’ other original shows – American Dad!, Wrecked, The Detour and People of Earth have all also been renewed.

TBS is far less likely to care about live ratings compared to the main broadcast networks. After all, when Angie debuted in January 2016, TBS ran all 10 episodes of the first season in a 25-hour marathon and posted every episode on Video On Demand services right away. The show was renewed for a third season in July 2016, a month after the second season aired.

Angie stars Rashida Jones (The Office, Parks & Recreation) as the titular character, a tough LAPD detective who doesn’t know when to quit. Hayes MacArthur (Perfect CoupleS, Go On) co-stars as her partner, Detective “Jay” Geils. Jere Burns plays Lt. “Chet” Atkins and Deon Cole stars as Detective “DJ” Tanner. Andree Vermeulen stars as Dr. Monica Sholls, the medical examiner.

The third season has featured appearances from Chris Pine, Rob Riggle, Ed Helms, Lizzy Caplan, Rachel Dratch, John Michael Higgins and Natalie Portman. The series was created by Steve annd Nancy Carrell.

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