No Season 2 for the comic-based space opera.
June 26, 2020
Word is out that Syfy has cancelled Vagrant Queen after just one season. The sad news comes three weeks after the space opera wrapped its freshman run, with its June 4 episode now acting as its series ender.
Show creator Jem Garrard took to Twitter to inform fans of the cancellation. In her message, she expresses heartfelt thanks to the cast, crew, fans, and the creators of the comic from which the series is adapted.
Vagrant Queen follows Elida, a skilled fighter and former child queen who has been on the run since her mother was shot and killed by Commander Lazaro, the man responsible for bringing down their empire. When Elida receives word that her mother is still alive, she begins a rescue mission across a dangerous galaxy knowing that they don't have long before Lazaro catches up to them.
07/13/20 at 03:50am
I love the corny shows like Eureka, Dark Matter, Warehouse 13, etc...Now I'm just going to cancel SyFy from my TV...
07/06/20 at 08:30am
@Tomma you may want to get with the times and out of a cave. There's multiple ways to watch programs now.
07/04/20 at 12:37pm
oops the expanse is in fact renewed for a fifth season!!! AWESOME.
07/04/20 at 12:36pm
the expanse got another season so far on amazon prime. Lucifer got three on netlix. I hope amazon renews the expanse. but it did have a cool ending for season 4 if they do not.
07/04/20 at 09:35am
This show would have succeeded if they wouldn't have spent the entire budget advertising it. Every other commercial for a month was this. If you watched syfy (as you would have to to watch this) you couldn't miss it.
07/03/20 at 06:38pm
I thought this was a spin off of Ru Pauls drag race series. I'm surprised it was a space drama on SYFY. I never gave it a chance based on is name alone.
07/02/20 at 08:38am
I'm with @Kirsten. If you watched this past the first few minutes of the first part of this show then you would enjoy being water boarded. This was horrible from gate.
People who keep saying give shows a chance must not really understand how TV works. I'll re-educate for those that are clueless. The pilot episode is the chance. If it gets picked up and makes it past the pilot than it's won the battle. Now whether or not a show lasts after that is another story. But this shouldn't have been green lit in the first place.
06/29/20 at 04:25am
Not surprised at all. I gave the show a chance but the writing, editing and acting were horrible and they tried to keep your attention by using bright vibrant neon colors in space. First signs it was destined to be canceled was the cheesy banter between the lead and 2 alien scroungers and where a person was "hit" from behind and after 2 seconds they reacted from the hit, lazy editing
06/28/20 at 10:28pm
I actually came to like this show over its short run. While at first it seemed a cheap ripoff of "Guardians of the Galaxy" the three main characters grew on me. At least the principal plot line of season 1 was resolved at the end with a new cliffhanger.
Can't say I'm surprised, though. Basic cable TV is on its deathbed. Rumor is that all of NBCUniversal's cable channels will be put under one management umbrella. I expect SyFy to be sci-fi in name only.
06/28/20 at 05:35pm
Sy Fy can not be trusted. See Dark Matter and Expanse. They cancel shows whether they are good or bad. I watched one vagrant, then I DVR'ed the rest. I decided to wait to see what happens. A smart use of my time. I wont watch the rest, I will just delete. I do not know if I will even bother giving the first show a watch on SF's next. I will stream it a couple of years later if it makes it.
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