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Season 2 ordered for the freshman procedural.
April 7, 2016
Fox announced today that Rosewood has been renewed for a second season. The freshman medical drama jumped out to a strong start last fall, earning a full-season pickup after just four episodes. While ratings momentum has slowed in recent weeks, it remains a steady performer for the network on Wednesday nights.
Look for Season 2 of Rosewood this fall as part of Fox's 2016-2017 lineup.
11/13/16 at 04:20pm
Give it a rest it's just a show not than dam reality shows
04/19/16 at 11:17am
This is rubbish they should cancel this and renew Unforgettable
04/09/16 at 06:24pm
I love this show. I think the characters have a lot of chemistry. Rosewood cracks me up and please don't change him.
04/09/16 at 09:17am
I'm not a fan, it's just too canned just like its parent program Bones. But, it was obvious that this one was going to get renewed since Bones is on the way out and Fox is rather lean on medical dramas compared to the other networks. Their last few attempts have failed miserably. I think they would have renewed this one no matter where the ratings were at because they wouldn't have anything else to fill the vacancy left by the Bones departure next season.
04/08/16 at 02:26pm
Really glad they renewed this, as well as Lucifer.
04/08/16 at 07:21am
Not a bad show but I do wish they would tone down the Rosewood character. Chestnut's character in Nurse Jackie was a much better character in my opinion. In Rosewood he is to over the top which I feel hurts the show. And I am not crazy about how the interaction between him and the Annalise has evolved. It is to contrived and also not a plus for the show. What I am saying is the Director and writers are doing a good job.
04/08/16 at 05:42am
Please get rid of the car seen with his arm hanging outside as he stares at the camera. Just destroyes the whole show.MKL&ML
04/08/16 at 01:39am
Wow, glad they renewed this. One of my favorite shows. Morris Chestnut is great!
04/07/16 at 08:21pm
A whole new season of him at risk of dying at any moment.