The drama will not return for Season 3.
May 18, 2018
It is being reported that USA Network has cancelled Falling Water after two seasons. The news comes two months after the supernatural drama ended its sophomore run, with its March 10th episode now acting as its series finale.
It is not overly surprising that USA opted against a third season of the show. Not only were reviews mixed, but it struggled to attract viewers as well, resulting in it ranking as the cable network's lowest-rated drama over the course of its two seasons on the air.
Falling Water follows the story of three unrelated people who are each on a different mysterious personal quest using their dreams. Clues they find in these visions help them realize that they are each dreaming a separate part of one common dream. With this knowledge, they find that the deeper they dig, the more their missions touch on stakes that are larger than their individual agendas - and even might hold the key to the fate of the world.
Not sure if you know how television works. Most of today's shows usually plan on being on multiple seasons so they generally don't plan on making the last episode with closure in mind. If they don't get picked up what do you want them to do? Magically make an end episode so you feel better?
I really miss the days gone by when I could count on USA, TNT, AND SYFY for good, if not watchable programming. They each had their niche and seemed to stay in that lane. Now all 3 networks are putting out a lot of crap mixed in with an occassional jewel - like Good Behavior on TNT for one.
I'm sick of having to hunt for those jewels. With so much good television being out out by the streaming services, it isn't worth it.
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