The new drama will not return for Season 2.
May 7, 2015
The CW has cancelled its latest drama The Messengers after one season. The decision to axe the freshman series comes after three low-rated episodes that were the network's weakest start for a drama since 2013's Cult.
Though the show will not get another season, the remainder of Season 1 is expected to air.
08/03/15 at 07:12pm
Here we go, CW cancels yet another good series without an end, just as people start to get into it, what a waste of space they are. It's all about ratings, no longer about entertaining people. I give up watching their programs now, another lost viewer CW!!
06/04/15 at 09:30pm
It costs millions to make shows like this and yes they start of slowly as everyone gets into their roles. but after 3 weeks that is just stupid, each show was getting better as it progressed.
I watched Daredevil the other week when I came out and nearly gave up at episode 3 then it started to get going and became a reasonable show.
In my opinion this was heading that way and I feel to be even better.
As was said above why shove it against other bigger budget programs and then expect it to rate
05/09/15 at 12:49pm
Never ever heard of this shiw. So i wenr on rotten tomaties to lowom it up and doesnt siund at all that interesting to me. But not suprisedmto see it go
05/09/15 at 09:03am
Really cw the 100 and flash are one of he best shows but you cancel this but keep arrow, and reign on.
05/08/15 at 03:20pm
Its because its too much like Resurrection the Returned etc its not different enough I guess to bring in more viewers wanting something different. I hope the rest of Season 1 does air though!
05/08/15 at 01:19pm
Until they stop trying to cram 30 or more shows into a 13 week schedule, This sort of madness will continue. The viewers instant gratification is watching a good show. For the people running things, their instant gratification is the amount of money they can line their pockets with and to hell with the viewers.
05/08/15 at 09:32am
This show has some acting that can use some improvement, but the concept is interesting. I think that a lot of networks jump the gun on cancelling shows these days. With the shift in how people watch their television (Netflix, Hulu, etc.) It is entirely plausible for people to binge watch a show once it hits Netflix due to the word of mouth of the faithful that watched it as it grew. X-Files, Friends, and 90% of the classic sitcoms had first seasons that you have to sit through when you watch them again.
05/08/15 at 09:06am
It's time networks stopped going by live viewers, too many people nowadays binge watch shows. Just because we don't watch live doesn't mean we don't watch. Idiots.
05/08/15 at 07:35am
The X-Files almost got cancelled starting out on Friday nights.They cancel this without giving it a chance but keep Beauty and the Beast.Go figure.
05/08/15 at 05:55am
I thought this show was great. I found myself surprised that I'd already watched an hour. Some shows force content for a hour and I find myself wondering when it is ending. I wish you'd give shows a chance to catch an audience.
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