In a story from The Hollywood Reporter, John Wells, executive producer of Southland, which was recently given the axe from NBC, is currently talking to two networks about keeping the show alive.

In fact, the director contacted actors on the show late last week to tell them this.

Wells won't spill on who he is talking to but TNT has expressed interest in taking on the series.

However, even if this does happen, it doesn't look like the show will start shooting again any time soon. It seems that whoever grabs it will "run the seven episodes from the first season and the six produced episodes from the second as a 13-episode freshman cycle."