TV exhibits getting canceled are nothing new, however the final two or three years have seen exhibits get abruptly killed off, whilst they have been already locked in for one more season. In some circumstances, like with GLOW over on Netflix, it was due to the COVID pandemic. However extra just lately, different sequence (like The Minx at HBO Max) have been gutted to cut costs, whilst these exhibits have been principally within the can, manufacturing smart.
Sadly, that pattern seems to proceed once more in 2023, as Deadline reviews that AMC is pulling the plug on its sci-fi animated sequence Pantheon. The present, created by Craig Silverstein, was initially given a two-season greenlight by the community, however that second season will now not be airing on AMC+ (the one authorized method to watch the sequence), and can simply be straight up yanked from the platform at a later date. Pantheon’s cancellation comes days after AMC introduced the tip of exhibits comparable to Damascus and 61st Street, each of which have been in manufacturing (the latter sequence was actively filming its second season); however not like 61st Road, it doesn’t sound like AMC will store Pantheon round to a different community or streamer.
Pantheon was primarily based on a sequence of quick tales from creator Ken Liu’s 2020 quick story assortment The Hidden Lady and Different Tales. The sequence targeted on teenager Maddie Kim (Katie Chang), who begins to obtain texts from somebody claiming to be her useless father David (Daniel Dae Kim). On the identical time that David’s advised Maddie that his mind was digitally uploaded to protect his thoughts, she and pc genius Caspian (Paul Dano) are caught up in a world conspiracy surrounding the tech firm Logorythms. The sequence obtained fairly strong critiques when it first got here out again in September (together with from us!), however hey, why let a present develop and discover an viewers when you’ll be able to simply lower it off on the knees and put its workers out of labor to avoid wasting money, yeah?
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