‘Timeless’ canceled again at NBC

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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:

Here’s hoping that we get to see Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus take one last ride.

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Elizabeth is a journalist-turned creative writer who loves nothing more than curling up with her laptop to write fiction and poetry. When she’s not writing, she’s painting, cosplaying at comic conventions, or trying to catch up on reading from her overflowing bookshelves. She’s a self-professed nerd in love with all things Marvel, Supernatural, science fiction, and fantasy. She currently resides with her cat son, Dean, and her extensive Funko collection.
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