After pulling Taken from its Friday night schedule, NBC has canceled the series, but it's being shopped around to other networks.
NBC's adaptation of the action series Taken announces a major cast shakeup that will see only Clive Standen and Jennifer Beals return for season 2.
NBC orders season 2 of Taken, giving the Clive Standen series additional episodes while also looking for a new showrunner.
NBC's Taken series explores the early days of the character made popular by Liam Neeson, but struggles to find what makes Bryan Mills interesting.
Bryan Mills and his set of skills made Taken a global hit, and those behind the upcoming TV series promise a thorough exploration of his character.
Actor Michael Irby has joined the cast of the Taken TV show, while Katrina Law (Arrow) has been cast opposite Bill Paxton in the Training Day TV show.
Gaius Charles, Monique Gabriela Curnen and more will play members of Bryan Mills' (Clive Standen) Operational Control team in the Taken TV series.
The Taken prequel TV series finds its young Liam Neeson in Vikings star Clive Standon, casting him as CIA operative Bryan Mills.
The new Taken TV series currently being developed by NBC has found its pilot episode director in one Alex Graves (Games of Thrones).
The new Taken TV series in development at NBC has set Homeland executive producer Alexander Cary as showrunner.
Liam Neeson recently said that he plans to stop making action films - such as the massive 'Taken' series - within the next 2 years.
Liam Neeson says he's open to making 'Taken 4', while 'Taken 3' director Olivier Megaton admits he's not sure what another 'Taken' film would be about.