Hulu has canceled the Stephen King-verse television series ‘Castle Rock’ after just 2 seasons. The series is distributed worldwide (and in India) Netflix. This psychological horror anthology web series is inspired by stories and fictional characters created by Stephen Kings and the show is set in the fictional town of Castle Rock, Maine.
‘Castle Rock’ is not Disney Owned streaming service (Hulu’s) for the first time with ‘High Fidelity’, ‘Harlots’, ‘Future Man’ and ‘Runway’ all getting the ax in recent times. The second season of the series was released around Halloween last year and ran 10 episodes in December.
From Warner Bros. TV and producers JJ Abrams and Stephen King, and listener-turned-producers Dustin Thomson and Sam Shaw, ‘Castle Rock’ combines the legendary personalities of Stephen King-verse with a complex storytelling style. Season 1 focused on a death-row lawyer, Henry Dever, who returned home to Castle Rock after a mysterious man in the Shashank State Prison. Season 2 focused on a younger version of ‘Misery’ Annie Wilkins, who fled the FBI after a murder and came to the town of Tithari with her daughter.
The first season starred Andre Holland, Sissy Spacek, Bill Skarsgard, Melanie Linsky, Scott Glenn, Jane Levy and Terry O’Quinn. The second season starred Lizzie Caplan, Tim Robbins, Yusra Warsama, Barkhad Abdi and Matthew Allen. The announcement of the cancellation comes nearly a year after the second season ends.
We hope that this lesser-known, acclaimed cult-classic is picked up by another network or TheMiracleTech streaming service. Season 1 and 2 of ‘Castle Rock’ can be seen on Netflix for Indian audiences.
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