Found! Updates on Snowpiercer, Severance, ’90s Show, Rings of Power, 61st Street and More

Found! Updates on Snowpiercer, Severance, ’90s Show, Rings of Power, 61st Street and More

Some TV shows have a way of disappearing from the radar after a certain amount of time, leaving fans wondering what happened to them. This phenomenon of missing or “forgotten” TV shows is not uncommon, especially in today’s era of un-renewals and uncertain futures for many programs. In this article, we will take a look at some of the TV shows that have seemingly gone missing and explore their current status.

One such show is “61st Street” on The CW. After Season 1 aired on AMC in 2022, Season 2 was scrapped before airing, but The CW picked it up. However, due to the Hollywood strikes, the show has been delayed and is now expected in summer 2024.

Another show, “The A Word” on Sundance TV, aired its Season 3 back in 2020 in the UK, but a release on cable or streaming in the US has not been announced yet.

“Condor” on MGM+ announced a third season, but its fate remains TBD. The same goes for “The Flight Attendant” on Max, which saw its Season 3 canceled after Season 2 aired.

“The Girlfriend Experience” on Starz last aired in 2021, and there are currently no plans for a fourth season.

“High School” on Freevee was canceled after Season 1, despite receiving positive reviews from critics.

Another show in limbo is “Holey Moley” on ABC, with no decisions made on its future as of April 2024.

“The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” on Prime Video recently wrapped Season 1, and Season 2 is expected to premiere later this year.

“Master of None” on Netflix is not canceled but has not yet been renewed for a new season.

“The Nevers” on HBO faced a shift in its release strategy, streaming its unaired episodes on Tubi and Roku after being canceled on HBO.

These are just a few examples of TV shows that have