×
You will be redirected back to your article in seconds

‘Blood & Treasure’ Renewed for Season 2 at CBS

The CBS summer adventure series “Blood & Treasure” has been renewed for a second season.

In the series, Danny McNamara (Matt Barr) is a former FBI agent specializing in stolen arts and antiquities. Lexi Vaziri (Sofia Pernas) is a resourceful art thief who is haunted by the tragic loss of her father, which she blames on Danny. As they crisscross the world hunting their target, Danny and Lexi unexpectedly find themselves at the center of a 2,000-year-old battle for the cradle of civilization.

The series also stars Michael James Shaw, Katia Winter, James Callis, Oded Fehr, Alicia Coppola, and Mark Gagliardi. Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia created the series and executive produce along with Taylor Elmore, Ben Silverman, Marc Webb, Mark Vlasic, and Howard T. Owens. The series is produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Propagate Content.

“’Blood & Treasure’ is a fun, escapist adventure with comedic elements filmed in multiple locales around the world that has been a great performer and a wonderful addition to our summer schedule,” said Amy Reisenbach, executive vice president of current programs at CBS Entertainment. “We’ve heard the story pitch for season two and look forward to seeing all-new exploits from Russia to Southeast Asia next year.”

More TV

  • Chuy Bravo seen at Focus Features

    Chuy Bravo, 'Chelsea Lately' Sidekick, Dies at 63

    Chuy Bravo, Chelsea Handler’s sidekick on her E! talk show “Chelsea Lately,” has died in Mexico City. He was 63. According to reports, the Mexican American actor died suddenly after being hospitalized with stomach pains while visiting family in Mexico. Handler posted a tribute to Bravo on Instagram shortly after reports of his death began [...]

  • SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Scarlett Johansson"

    'Saturday Night Live' Parodies 'A Marriage Story' with Kellyanne Conway (Watch)

    Scarlett Johansson may be nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in “A Marriage Story,” but when she hosted the Dec. 14 episode of “Saturday Night Live,” she slid into a less flashy role for that sketch comedy’s parody of the new dramatic film. Johansson took on the role of therapist to Kate McKinnon’s [...]

  • SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Scarlett Johansson"

    'Saturday Night Live': Kate McKinnon's Greta Thunberg Tells Trump to 'Grow Up' (Watch)

    With the December holidays upon us, “Saturday Night Live” took a brief detour from its usual parodies of political press conferences and the impeachment hearings to instead begin its Dec. 14 episode with a sketch about average families discussing the state of the world over dinner — with a special message from Greta Thunberg (as [...]

  • Christmas Town Hallmark

    Hallmark Faces Holiday Controversy After Rejecting Ad With Same-Sex Couple

    Hallmark Channel delivered a sentiment very different from the ones found in its parent company’s greeting cards when its executives questioned an ad showing two women getting married — and barred the commercial from running on its schedule. Zola, a company that offers online wedding registries and wedding planning services, had been running commercials in [...]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content