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Damages to Continue on DirecTV

Damages will continue. DirecTV, which saved Friday Night Lights, will team with Sony Pictures Television to keep the series alive for at least two more seasons, translating to...

Natalie Abrams
Natalie Abrams

Damageswill continue.

DirecTV, which saved Friday Night Lights, will team with Sony Pictures Television to keep the series alive for at least two more seasons, translating to 20 episodes. However, unlike the Lights deal, Damages will run exclusively on DirecTV.

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In addition, DirecTV has acquired the rights to air repeats of Seasons 1 through 3.

Emmys: Did your favorites make the cut?

"FX was very proud to have developed one of the best scripted series on television, but, in order to have a future, the show needed DirecTV and we are thrilled they stepped in," said FX Networks President John Landgraf.

Executive produced by Todd A. Kessler, Glenn Kessler and Daniel Zelman, Damages earned five Emmy nominations this year, including lead actress for Glenn Close and supporting actress for Rose Byrne.