“Summer” canceled, “Creatures” renewed – Dark Horizons

Last summer, creatures canceled again

Amazon Prime Video has canceled its “I Know What You Did Last Summer” TV series after one season.

The project came from Amazon Studios and Sony Pictures TV and was dubbed a modern version of the 1973 novel by Lois Duncan and its 1997 film adaptation, which follows some teenagers who are pursued by a killer a year after a fatal hit-and-run on their graduation night. .

The series premiered on October 15 for mixed reviews, before ending on November 12 and solving its central mystery without actual lingering plot threads.

The news is better for Masterpiece PBS ‘revival of “All Creatures Great and Small,” which garnered critical acclaim and strong numbers with ten million viewers watching the first season.

Ahead of the premiere of the second season tonight, it has been revealed that the series from the 1930s has been renewed with two more seasons.

Source: TV Line

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