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DirecTV announced on Tuesday that Audience Network's original series Rogue was renewed for an additional 20 episodes.
The 20 episodes will be split into a third and fourth season and production will start in early 2015, Deadline reports. The first half of the episode order will air in Spring 2015.
Storylines for the two new seasons have not yet been figured out, but the series will reportedly look to develop new characters.
The first two seasons involved Thandie Newton's Grace Travis avenging her son's death and then going back undercover at Cole Hauser's Ethan's security firm after a female operative stopped reporting in.
"Viewers enthusiastically tuned in to season two and we look forward to sharing exciting new chapters in the lives of these richly drawn characters," DirecTV senior vp, original content and production, Chris Long said, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Rogue was created and executive produced by Matthew Parkhill, along with Nick Hamm, Michael Rosenberg and eOne TV CEO John Morayniss.
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