One Canceled Show Might Return Due to Fan Demand – But It’s Not ‘NCIS Hawaii’

The landscape of modern TV is changing, showing that fans can influence the fate of their favorite shows. While examples of resurrected series are few, the trend is positive, and another show may be returning due to fan campaigns.

Despite the aspirations of fans of recently canceled CBS shows like “NCIS: Hawai’i” and “So Help Me Todd,” the lucky series is not produced by CBS. Instead, it’s Netflix’s mystery adolescent thriller “The Society,” which enthralled audiences with its debut season in 2019. However, the show was discontinued owing to the C0V1D 19 epid3mic, despite its popularity.

Creator Christopher Keyser mentioned that the cancellation was mainly due to pand3mic-related uncertainties. Fans have been vocal about their disappointment for years, which has encouraged Keyser to revisit the show and discuss its revival with Netflix. While the future of “The Society” remains uncertain, Keyser’s efforts show that not every canceled show is forgotten.

What’s the Point of ‘The Society’..?

Starring “Big Little Lies” actress Kathryn Newton, “The Society” follows a group of kids whose typical field trip takes an unexpected turn, taking them to a strange reality where all the adults from their town have vanished.

Faced with the danger of limited resources, the characters must create their own societal rules to survive in a partially apocalyptic world.

Season 1 of “The Society” is available on Netflix.

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