Advertisement

The Purge Season 3? Possibilities, Spoilers and Everything A Fan Should Know

The Purge Season 3: The Purge series is a brutal depiction of seemingly unrelated characters. People in it cross paths in a city situated in an America where the system is highly altered. Season one focused on how, during a 12-hour period, all crimes including homicide, are legal in the country. The first episode aired on 4 September 2018. Since then, the show has had two amazingly happening yet weirdly barbaric seasons, along with two movies. Season two gave us a glimpse of the consequences of that cursed night full of legal crimes. What a weird oxymoron. The last season, which ended on 17 December 2019, combined the suburban nightmare of the first installment of the series with frenetic sequences along with multiple political and social complications. Purge 5 is set to release this year and will probably the last film of the series. But what will happen to TV shows?

Advertising
Advertising

Advertisement

Advertisement

The Purge Cancelled?

If you’re a true Purge fan, you would be deeply saddened to know that Season 3 if The Purge has been officially canceled. Why do you ask? Well, The Purge aired on the USA Network and the Cable Network, but they have different plans in their minds for the show. The Purge received an average of 562,000 same-day viewers for its second season, barely more than half of the audience for its inaugural run in the year 2018. This substantial decrease in viewership was one of the main reasons for the cancellation of the third installment of the unique series. In addition to that, the USA Network has been trying pretty hard to tone down the various ongoing scripted shows like The Purge. It has been actively trying to shift its focus on shows whose viewership is comparatively higher, as the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) program and other unscripted shows like Temptation Island and Chrisley Know Best.

The Purge is executively produced by the official franchise creator James DeMonaco, Thomas Kelly, Michael Bay, Brad Fuller, Andrew Form, and Sebastien K. Lemercier.

Also, read  What Is ‘Netflix Jail’ and Why It Puts Netflix at a Disadvantage