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Q: Has “Scorpion” been on its last mission? I didn’t see any promos about the April 16 episode being the season finale. But it looked as though it may have been the series finale. Will it be coming back?

A: In a news release about the April 16 episode, CBS called it the season finale of Scorpion. CBS has not said what Scorpion’s future is, and final word may have to wait until mid-May when CBS unveils its full plans for 2018-19.

CBS has already picked up 17 other shows for next season, including 10 dramas. They include: 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, The Amazing Race, The Big Bang Theory, Blue Bloods, Bull, Hawaii Five-0, Madam Secretary, MacGyver, Mom, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, SEAL Team, Survivor, S.W.A.T. and Young Sheldon.

Q: Greetings! I was wondering if “The Deuce” will still be on HBO or is it canceled? I know James Franco has some “Me Too” problems.

A: A second season of the HBO drama about the sex and porn businesses in New York City is in production. Earlier this year, five women accused Franco of sexual misconduct on different projects; he has denied the charges.

In February, The Deuce co-creator David Simon told Variety that on the show: “We have no complainant or complaint or any awareness of any incident of concern involving Mr. Franco. Nor has HBO been approached with any complaint. In our experience, he was entirely professional as an actor, director, and producer.”

Q: When will our favorite socially inept narcissist Larry David be back with more “Curb Your Enthusiasm”?

A: New episodes of Curb always seemed to depend on when Larry David felt like making more, and sometimes he was not in the mood. The eighth season, for example, ended in September 2011 and the ninth did not begin until October 2017. Yes, six years later.

But HBO announced plans for Season 10 last December, not long after the ninth season ended, and that caused hope that we might get new episodes late this year. At best, before the ninth season began, David promised the Hollywood Reporter that “if I do another season, I’m not going to wait five years.”

Q: I watched a movie, years ago, and cannot find any rerun of it anywhere. It starred Neil Diamond and I think the name of it was “Coming to America.” Not the one with Eddie Murphy. Diamond sang his song with the same name in the movie. Any ideas?

A: That would be the 1980 version of The Jazz Singer with Diamond playing the son of a Jewish cantor pursuing instead a dream of pop stardom. The song America (also known as Coming to America) was featured in the film and a big hit. By the way, if you go looking for Diamond’s The Jazz Singer, be sure you do not get one of three other versions: the legendary 1927 original starring Al Jolson, a 1952 remake with Danny Thomas, and a 1959 adaptation for television, with Jerry Lewis.

Q: I somehow missed some episodes of “Grey’s Anatomy” last fall. What happened to Meredith’s love interest?

A: You are thinking of Nathan Riggs, played by New Zealand actor Martin Henderson. Riggs was, in the words of TV Line, “Meredith’s first big post-Derek love affair.” His last appearance was in the “Danger Zone” episode that aired in October. Riggs and Megan (Abigail Spencer) left Seattle for Malibu.

While Henderson told Deadline.com that he had only a short-term contract with Grey’s, you may end up seeing Henderson in another project from Grey’s mastermind Shonda Rhimes. Having worked with Henderson several times, she said last year he is “part of the Shondaland family” and she looks forward to finding another project with him.

Rich Heldenfels has retired from the Beacon Journal but continues to answer your questions about entertainment past, present and future. Write to Rich Heldenfels, P.O. Box 417, Mogadore, OH 44260, or brenfels@gmail.com. Letters may be edited. Individual replies are not guaranteed.