The Tomorrow People Season 2? Will CW Series be Renewed or Canceled?


“The Tomorrow People” on CW has earned some fans, and some critics, during season 1. People are wondering whether there will be a season 2.

TV Guide, using its Renew/Cancel Index, indicates that it’s a toss up whether the show will be renewed or canceled. The index is calculated by dividing a show’s new episode Live+Same Day adults 18-49 average rating by the Live+Same Day new episode average of all the new scripted show episodes on the show’s own network.

The show is being shifted to Monday nights at 9 p.m. as of March 17 amid other new shows being introduced, such as “The 100.”

Executive Producer Greg Berlanti is one of those who believes that there will be a season 2.

He told Digital Spy that he and his team have “a lot of ideas” for the future of the show.

“We definitely have it planned out,” he said. “I think like any shows that are doing about what we’re doing [ratings-wise] in the States, it will definitely be a conversation.

“We’ll have to make our case for why and hopefully the TV gods will look upon us fondly and we’ll get a shot at it.”

The show is a re-make of a classic science-fiction series that aired on ITV.

The CW network did extend the show to a full season last winter, along with The Originals and Reign.

 

 


  • lioncircle antilope

    well… if they’re going to cancel it at least get the writers to end it with its 22nd episode… I hate it when we’re left with cliff hangers and left wondering what happened. This is something writers should do encase they’re show is getting cancelled… Have some ending ready made if it happens. Its a shame that great shows are left that way and audiences are left wondering.

  • Steven Douthit

    I don’t see why all network shows still go by the old rating system. A lot of people now a days watch shows online via sources or torrent the episode. That’s how Firefly got a major film. T.V is obselete, I’d much rather watch any episode 1 hour later than when it’s aired, solely because I can watch it without interruptions(dam commercials)


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