The thriller's freshman run has been topped up by six episodes.
December 7, 2020
ABC has made its first back order of the season, picking up an additional six episodes of the new drama Big Sky, bringing its total to 16. The good news comes after a solid start to the series, which has generated a healthy amount of buzz since its mid-November premiere.
Through its first seven days, the show garnered nearly 11 million viewers across the network's linear and digital platforms, with a 2.5 rating in the adults 18-49 demographic. That makes it ABC's best-performing series launch since 2018's The Rookie.
From David E. Kelley, Big Sky follows a private detective and an ex-cop who join forces to search for two sisters who have been kidnapped on a remote highway in Montana. But when they learn that the girls are not the first to have disappeared in the area, it becomes a race against the clock to stop the killer before more victims are taken.
01/07/21 at 10:34am
You're what's wrong in the world. Crying over everything that means nothing. Its a FAKE show, with actors playing a role. No one is offended by it in Montana and if they are they are as stupid as you. You give Montana a bad rep not the show. The show is filmed in Canada because they didnt feel like dealing with imbecile people like you. Great job, your state lost out on that revenue.
12/22/20 at 12:37pm
Here's a Tissue for your Issue
12/11/20 at 03:38am
I Live in Montana and this show is incredibly offensive For people who live in Montana and to the great Law Inforcement agencies. In the state of Montana especially the highway patrol. Not to mention the Native American Tribes in Montana are incredibly in offended by this show. The writers have no clue what Montana is actually like. It is not even filmed in Montana is film in Canada. Any chap a soda 3rd geography is incredibly wrong about the state. All they would have to do is look at a map and realise that Helena is nowhere near Yellowstone National Park. The racism from the Actor Playing a Montana state trooper was incredibly offensive. There are a lot of Montana law enforcement agents not happy with this show at all. Montana law enforcement spend countless hours of time trying to find missing children and people. This is one show that truly deserves to be cancelled soon as possible.
12/09/20 at 06:59am
It looks good. Just got to find time to watch it
12/09/20 at 06:23am
Why? I sat through the first 2 episodes with my girlfriend(who wanted to love it), but it’s terrible! Bad acting, poor, cliched writing and unlike able characters.
12/08/20 at 10:15pm
Good for Ryan Phillippe if he got killed off in the first episode (I watched most of it). That’s hard to helieve though. The two cat fighters and the truck driver should have been killed off in the first half hour and I might have lasted the whole pilot.
12/08/20 at 08:08pm
I like the parts of what is happening to the girls that were kidnapped. The drama between the two ladies, I couldn't care less. As for the story itself, I can see it going onto another season. They can't carry this storyline for two years. Like most shows like this, when you catch the bad people or villain, then what do you do with the show? Cancel it.
12/08/20 at 06:32am
Surprised that this got the additional episodes. The acting is horrible, but the story is decent. I was definitely shocked at the end of the first episode.
12/08/20 at 06:18am
It shows promise. Hoping that they will keep the story moving along otherwise I will be "Lost."
12/08/20 at 04:42am
This show looks good compared to limited competition due to Covid. On its own it is mediocre at best. Losing the star power of Ryan Phillippe in the first episode was a big dissapointment
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