The crime drama ends after two seasons.
October 21, 2014
FX announced today that The Bridge will not be returning for a third season. The Diane Kruger-led crime drama premiered in 2013 and ran for two 13-episode seasons. Its final episode aired earlier this month.
03/25/15 at 05:23pm
This was a great show. It was very realistic. The acting was incredible. Much better than some of those realty shows and the same old Bachelor shows. Please, Please, bring it back.
02/23/15 at 05:55pm
This is a great series , WHAT A SHAME it was CANCELED !!! BRING IT BACK PLEASE !!!!
11/19/14 at 12:26pm
Season 1 was great. They pushed season 2 until I was glad the season ended. I liked the cast, Diane Kruger,Ted Levine were great. There was way to much killing in season 2. If it hadn't been on cable it would have never made it. Some shows on season 2 I would have to watch a second time. I loved the concept, season1 was great. Maybe someone will pick it up. FX is going to be in sad shap with Justified, Sons of Anarchy ending. They will have to build a lot of shows.
11/12/14 at 03:42pm
This was one of the best shows on television. I guess it will be replaced by another CSI, Law
and Order, or some rehashed reality show. One can still hope that one of the cable outlets (HBO, Showtime, Cinemax) will revive this quality drama.
11/12/14 at 10:37am
I was stunned when I heard that FX had deep-sixed this gem. At its worst, it was superior to 99% of the crap that we are subjected to on both cable and network television. I can't fathom the viewers fascination with the "reality" fare, perhaps it frees their inner voyeur, and the seemingly endless numbers of vampires, witches and zombies leave me wholly unimpressed. I am not a cultural and/or intellectual elitist, far from it, but clearly we could use a lot more fare like "The Bridge". Obviously we are at the mercy or some dumbed-down demographic at whose altar the likes of FX, among significant others, prostrate themselves.
11/04/14 at 10:59am
I liked this show and will miss it. Yes, it was dark, but it always kept me wondering how people tasked with seeming hopeless jobs keep at it. Our two main characters were wounded individuals, but somehow not broken. One, thinks that she can keep all the blur at bay if she adheres to absolutes, the other has to accommodate the blur: neither is entirely comfortable in the decisions they have made. Somehow, they manage to work together and continue to push back against the darkness.
11/03/14 at 10:54am
Makes no difference to me. 1st season was awesome. 2nd season was meh... boring as hell.
11/02/14 at 12:08pm
Wow, that was another shock to me. Once again we are left in limbo forever. Just like "longmire' and "the glades' , and so many others. However these shows lasted more than one season. The show was good , but it lost ratings when it went to government conspiracy cia plotlines. ALl they needed to do was stick to serial killers, every show that does cia storylines like that dies. 'covert affairs ' can do it because it's about the cis.
10/31/14 at 06:25pm
enjoyed the show, hope some other station picks it up!!
10/30/14 at 09:06pm
A well-scripted show with an excellent cast and a realistic story arc. Unfortunately, that's NOT what studio execs want these days. They want boiler plate plots, utilizing 10 year old recycled scripts, that are designed for an audience with a 60 second attention span.
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