Two more television shows will be added to the season 1 lifespan pile. Paramount Plus Fatal Attraction and Rabbit Hole will not be renewed for season 2.
Fatal Attraction was a reboot of the film from 1987 starring Glenn Close and Michael Douglas. Rabbit Hole, meanwhile, starred Kiefer Sutherland and told a thrilling tale of espionage and murder.
The Hollywood Reporter stated a possible reason as to why both shows were canceled, “Amid an uncertain economy, streamers and networks alike have been reviewing their slates of pricey scripted originals as their parent companies look to rightsize their rosters in an effort to be more fiscally responsible. The moves have largely brought an end to the so-called Peak TV wave and the free spending that came with it.”
Truthfully speaking, the realm of television shows and streaming platforms is quite saturated. There is a lot of competition to release the next big thing that viewers will want to see, while also being capable of having multiple seasons and plenty of rewatch hours.
Which television shows did Paramount Plus recently cancel?
We already discussed the trend of television show cancelations and removals that seem to be sweeping across several streaming platforms from the likes of Disney Plus Willow, Paramount Plus Star Trek: Prodigy and Netflix Warrior Nun.
Perhaps this means streaming platforms will become more selective in the TV shows they accept and create. For now, there won’t be much in the way of new television shows to enjoy until the conclusion of the actor’s strike (SAG-AFTRA).
We continue to show our support for the actors and hope that a fair and respectable deal can be reached for SAG-AFTRA.
Did you watch Fatal Attraction or Rabbit Hole? How do you feel about the cancelations?
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