it is Not rare that a string announce the renewal of a series shortly before issuing the final episode of a season, but is out…
it is Not rare that a string announce the renewal of a series shortly before issuing the final episode of a season, but is out of the usual confirmation of a cancellation in a case like this. Now it has been known that Starz has chosen not to move forward with ‘Counterpart’ and that the second season of the series starring J. K. Simmons will be the last in the string.
The last episode of the second season will be issued on the 17th of February and now will also serve as a finale to the series created by Justin Marks. The own Marks has been in charge of announcing the bad news via his twitter account:
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Hey #counterpart fans, a bit of sad news… Starz has decided not to pick up our show for a 3rd season…
— Justin Marks (@Justin_Marks_) February 11, 2019
At the time, Starz took with the series by giving the green light directly to two seasons, but since then the interest in ‘Counterpart’ has been gradually falling. In fact, the options to renew the contract of the actors came to an end at the end of 2018, but got to extend a bit the deadline to see if MRC, producer of the series, was another chain interested in it. We’ll see if they succeed.
‘Counterpart’ never achieved a big success in Starz, but in his second season, has been noticed even more by averaging little more than 200,000 viewers per episode, so I am not sure that there will be many interested in taking her. In addition, the chain has shown an increasing interest in the series produced by Lionsgate now that both companies are linked more closely.
Via | Tv Online
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February 11, 2019
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