The network has committed to a total of 26 new episodes — two 13-episode seasons — of the series, and it's expected to go back into production early next year (presuming the writers are writing again by then, I suppose). Glenn Close, Rose Byrne, and Tate Donovan are all signed on for the additional seasons — but there's no mention of Ted Danson. Is that a clue about the ultimate fate of Arthur Frobisher?
I said earlier that I couldn't imagine how the show could get a second season, but the season finale made me change my tune; I loved the dynamic it set up between Close's Patty Hewes and her young, now not-so-innocent associate, Ellen (Byrne), and I'm thrilled we'll get to see it play out. Do you think Damages can keep up its dramatic twists for two more years?
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