‘Timeless’ canceled again at NBC
The season 2 finale of Timeless is now a series finale…for now.
After a month of campaigning by fans and the Timeless cast and crew to #RenewTimeless, NBC finally dropped the axe on the time-travel show.
Timeless was famously renewed for a ten-episode second season after NBC cancelled the show last May.
Despite having rave reviews from fans and critics alike, Timeless “only averaged 4.2 million viewers and a 1.0 in the demo,” according to Entertainment Weekly.
EW also said that according to sources, there are talks of a movie to wrap up the cliffhanger ending of season two, but neither NBC nor Sony have officially said anything about it.
Eric Kripke, one of the show’s co-creators, made a statement on Twitter about the possibility of a movie:
Gutted by this, guys, I know you are too. Behind the scenes, Sony has been trying hard to set it up elsewhere, but no luck so far. I think this 2 hour movie is our best shot. We’re ready to make it if @nbc really wants it. Let ’em know how you feel. #clockblockers https://t.co/arNi9iS9GF
— Eric Kripke (@therealKripke) June 22, 2018
Here’s hoping that we get to see Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus take one last ride.