Q: Will "Outsiders" ever come back? It was a great show.
A: No. The WGN America drama about a mountain clan in Kentucky ended in 2017 after two seasons. The series was reportedly WGN's most popular. But, as Deadline.com reported, the channel's owner was for sale (it eventually made a deal with broadcast company Nexstar) and the money-losing "Outsiders" might have made it less attractive to new owners. A WGN executive said in 2017 that "we intend to expand our original and unique content," but its reallocating of resources meant "we will unfortunately not be renewing 'Outsiders.'" So far, no one else has picked up the series.
Q: There was a program on WGN America last year about an NYPD detective who was sent to Sweden to help track down a serial killer. It ended with a cliffhanger. The star was an actor who was on the ABC series "Lost" several years ago. What happened to it?
A: The thriller "100 Code" starred Dominic Monaghan (whose credits include Charlie on "Lost" as well as the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy) and Michael Nyqvist ("Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol" and the original Swedish movies of Stieg Larsson's "The Girl ..." novels). It originally aired overseas in 2015, then on WGN in 2018. But Nyqvist had died of lung cancer in 2017, and I've seen nothing about the series continuing in a revised form.
Q: I was wondering if the PBS "Jamestown" series would be continued after it left off with the settlement under attack by the Native American tribe. I enjoyed the three seasons very much.
A: According to Sky One, the British company that carried it, the series was a trilogy and the third season was its last.
Q: Could you tell me what a show including Terry Bradshaw, Henry Winkler, George Foreman and William Shatner was called and if there is any chance it will come back? It was great seeing the interaction of such a diverse group, and it was also hilarious.
A: That would be "Better Late Than Never," a celebrity globetrotting series that aired on NBC in 2016 and 201718. It was canceled after two seasons.
Q: I am seeking a DVD of a movie about four British women from different backgrounds who rent a villa in Italy that belongs to a British bachelor.
A: I think you are looking for "Enchanted April," a screen adaptation of Elizabeth von Arnim's 1922 novel "The Enchanted April." The 1991 film starred Miranda Richardson, Josie Lawrence, Joan Plowright and Polly Walker, and was directed by Mike Newell. It received three Oscar nominations, including for adapted screenplay and for Plowright as best supporting actress, though it did not win. The movie is readily available on DVD, including through Amazon. com. There is also a 1935 "Enchanted April" with Ann Harding, Katharine Alexander, Jane Baxter and Jessie Ralph.