ICYMI: ‘Will & Grace’ Gets 2 More Episodes; ‘Hip Hop Squares’ Renewed; Billie Lourd Joins ‘AHS’; and More TV News

IFC renews Hank Azaria and Amanda Peet comedy Brockmire for a second season ahead of series premiere. [Variety]


WEtv picks up Million Dollar Matchmaker for a second season. [Deadline]


FXX cancels Man Seeking Woman after three seasons. [Deadline]


Freeform has ordered six episodes of a new late-night show starring Iliza Shlesinger, called Truth & Iliza, starting May 2. [Variety]

In wake of the Big Little Lies finale, it has been brought back to light that Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon also optioned Liane Moriarty’s 2016 novel Truly Madly Guilty. [Harper’s Bazaar]


USA renews Colony for a third season. [Variety]


That’s So Raven spin off ordered straight to series at Disney Channel. The new show called Raven’s Home will star Raven-Symone and Anneliese van der Pol, who played Raven and Chelsea in the original Disney show. [Variety]


The first trailer for Spike’s I am Heath Ledger was released, giving an inside look at the late actor’s life with never-before-seen footage and interviews with those who knew him best. [Harper’s Bazaar]


NBC has upped the 10-episode order for the upcoming Will & Grace revival to 12 episodes. [Entertainment Weekly]


Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman bring light to the world, once again, with a new crafting competition called The Handmade Project coming to NBC. The Parks and Rec duo will host the competition and serve on the panel of “expert judges.” [A.V. Club]

VH1 renews Hip Hop Squares for a second season. [Variety]


Enlight of the success of The Weinstein Company and Jay Z’s collaboration to bring the story of Kalief Browder and his time at Rikers to the forefront, Spike — soon to be Paramount Network — has given the greenlight to the partnership to produce a docu-series around the killing of Trayvon Martin. [Variety]


Billie Lourd is joining Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters for the seventh season of American Horror Story. Lourd has previously worked with show creator Ryan Murphy on his campy FOX comedy Scream Queens. [Huffington Post]


MTV has announced Adam DeVine (Workaholics, Pitch Perfect) will be the host of the newly TV-inclusive 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards, which has also decided to go with non-gender specific award categories. [Entertainment Weekly]

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