The streaming drama will not return for Season 3.
March 10, 2020
Word is out that YouTube has cancelled Impulse after two seasons. The news comes directly from showrunner Lauren LeFranc, who took to Twitter to thank fans and those who worked on the show.
The drama premiered on the streamer's subscription service, YouTube Premium, in 2018. It wasn't long before it was picked up for a second season after mostly positive critical feedback. But a recent shift in programming strategy by the service to focus less on scripted fare and more on reality-based shows cut Impulse's run short.
Impulse follows the life of Henry Coles, a 16-year-old girl who is somewhat of an outsider in her new town of Reston, New York. But her days of being isolated and withdrawn don't last long, as a traumatic encounter with a classmate changes everything by triggering a power from deep within her - one that she cannot control.
Then i saw the trailer and i was like NOPE
I wanted the show to be amazing, since the book series is one of the best out there.
But they took a huge dump on the Jumper storyline, and tried making the show about MeToo bullshit and a derpy snowflake pothead loser.
I'm glad it's cancelled, and hope Netflix does the Jumper story right.