A Monday night entry for the 2019–20 television season, All Rise made its CBS debut on September 23, 2019, as a legal drama. Greg Spottiswood was the person who created it. On January 31, 2019, CBS said that the project, which was formerly known as Courthouse, had gotten a pilot commitment.
The show was a hit for over two seasons. But in May 2021, the program was cancelled after two seasons. The news that their beloved show had been cancelled shocked viewers, but destiny had other plans for the show. Let’s go over everything in further depth.
OWN Renews All Rise Season 3
It was revealed on August 20, 2021, that OWN is making an effort to talk with Warner Bros. Television about a potential third season. On September 29, 2021, OWN formally ordered a third season of the show, with 20 episodes to premiere in 2023. That is accurate, thus viewers will be able to watch the remaining 20 episodes of the series once more.
The series will continue to center on Judge Carmichael, an accomplished woman who has attained the pinnacle of her profession. In Season 3, Lola will have to balance her demanding workload with becoming a parent. In addition, Lawrance recognized Brett Paul, president of Warner Bros., and Channing Dungey, chairman of Warner Media.
She expressed how happy she is in a statement. Dee Harris-Lawrence expressed her delight at the renewal, saying, “I am beyond grateful that Tina Perry, Oprah Winfrey, and the rest of the OWN family have given us the grace to continue delivering significant tales on their network.”
Disputes that Occurred
Well, the epidemic also caused the show a lot of problems before Season 3’s renewal. The show was canceled after two seasons as a consequence of several controversies. On August 20, 2020, five writers left the program after arguing with the showrunner, Greg Spottiswood, about how race, particularly people of color, and gender were represented.
Human resources at Warner Bros. Television Studios investigated the workplace after receiving complaints from staff members regarding Spottiswood’s management style and “decided to keep him as the showrunner,” but they also hired a black female corporate coach to work alongside him. On March 24, 2021, Warner Bros. Television fired Spottiswood from the show due to the alleged wrongdoing.
Statement From OWN President On All Rise
According to Tina Perry, president of OWN, “All Rise has been a fantastic performer, generating good ratings and improving its share from season one to two.”
“With a strong character at the forefront, Judge Lola Carmichael’s story mirrors our audience with powerful validation,” she continued. We would especially want to thank Warner Bros. Television, as well as Dee Harris-Lawrence, our wonderful showrunner and longstanding collaborator. We are eager to begin season three and bring this show back for both devoted viewers and brand-new ones.
The series has resumed after all of the difficulties. Additionally, OWN has formally declared that the 20-episode season will debut in 2023. Therefore, fans should get ready for an amazing rebirth!