News Ticker

Spike Cancels Its Last Show (We Think)

The channel is getting a new name and philosophy.

Spike has canceled the fantasy drama, The Shannara Chronicles, after two seasons and 20 episodes, reports TV Guide.

The show, whose first season aired on MTV before moving over to Spike for season two, is the first casualty of the rebranding of Spike to the Paramount Network. The channel will get its new name starting tomorrow, and along with it, a decidedly different programming philosophy.

Click Amazon: See Today’s Top-Selling 4K TVs!

While Spike targeted young males with overflowing testosterone, Paramount will try to appeal to a broader audience consisting of both men and women.

Shop Now at Amazon! See the New 2018 Deals!

The only good news for fans of The Shannara Chronicles is that the show’s producers are expected to search for yet another home for a third season.

The drama starred Austin Butler as a part-human, part elf whose destiny is to save the mythical Four Lands from demons. Now we’ll see if the producers can save the show from those real-life demons who run television networks.

— Phillip Swann

About TV Answer Man (1133 Articles)
The TV Answer Man is veteran journalist Phillip Swann who has covered the TV technology scene for more than two decades. He will report on the latest news and answer your questions regarding new devices and services that are changing the way you watch television.

1 Comment on Spike Cancels Its Last Show (We Think)

  1. This show belongs on FreeForm- I really hope it’s one of the networks they’re considering. I really like the show and would love another season; there are so many interesting story lines to be told!!

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: