The legal drama will not return for a third season.
May 15, 2021
Word is out this afternoon that CBS has cancelled All Rise after two seasons. The sad news comes with two episodes remaining in the courtroom drama's sophomore run, with its series finale set to air on May 24.
The show follows the chaotic, but hopeful, lives of the judges, prosecutors, and public defenders at a Los Angeles courthouse as they work with clerks, bailiffs, and police to ensure justice is served to the city's people amidst a flawed legal process.
#mood 🙏🏾❤️hand over my heart, #thankful to our amazing #risers who watched, rewatched, tweeted, DMd, and shared with us all the ways @AllRiseCBS touched them from week to week. Let’s enjoy these last 2 episodes. I am certainly proud to say the least. #allrise #AllRiseCBS pic.twitter.com/1Fgu46Z8nq— Simone Missick (@SimoneMissick) May 18, 2021
I will dearly miss playing with this amazing bunch of folks, along with the entire company of @AllRiseCBS. I’m proud to have been a part of storytelling that illuminated injustices within the court system & policing. New episode airs tonight on @CBS! pic.twitter.com/u0xmFdCRKU— Marg Helgenberger (@MargHelgen) May 17, 2021
“Come all without, come all within, You’ll not seen nothing like the mighty Quinn.” - Bob Dylan ❤️ i’m so grateful to’ve had the opportunity to play such a strong intelligent character like Amy Quinn for 2 years. i will forever cherish the people and the memories of #AllRise pic.twitter.com/2r1vtbWeMq— Lindsey Gort (@LindseyGort) May 17, 2021
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