AUSTRALIAN EXCLUSIVE: ABC’s “The Last Ship” to receive a 10-episode renewal

ABC has renewed its critically-acclaimed comedy “The End of the Line” for a 10th season, the network announced Tuesday.

The series, which follows a group of survivors who are on a doomed cruise ship in the early 1960s, will be the first in a new era of original series and is set to premiere in late 2018.

The renewal follows the recent renewal of ABC’s scripted hit “American Idol,” which had already been renewed for a ninth season, and the renewed renewal of “Big Brother.”ABC said in a statement that “The Promise,” starring the actress and her husband, James Woods, was “a unique and provocative take on an old-fashioned American tragedy.”

It’s a bold decision for ABC to give “The Next Show,” a beloved ABC comedy from the mid-1970s, a 10 episode run, which has long been seen as a critical critical and commercial success, and which has been a boon for the network in its bid to keep the show fresh for its upcoming fifth season.

“The Last Show” has already been nominated for six Emmy Awards, including for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Writing for a Comedy or Musical for Woods.

The show, which debuted in 1975, also garnered critical acclaim for its unflinching portrayal of the struggles of a young couple struggling with mental health and drug abuse.

The ABC comedy has also been nominated as a winner of several other awards including best animated series for “Bachelorette” and “Grey’s Anatomy.”

It’s not the first time ABC has given the popular comedy a 10 hour run.

ABC said the series would be available for streaming later this year.