No Season 2 for the streaming thriller.
September 20, 2021
It is being reported by Deadline that Netflix has cancelled Hit & Run after just one season. The sad news arrives just over a month after the thriller wrapped its freshman run. The move is a bit of a surprise, as the first season ended on a significant cliffhanger.
The series follows a happily married man whose life is turned upside down when his wife is killed in a mysterious hit and run accident in Tel Aviv. Confused and filled with grief, he searches for the truth behind his wife's death. But his investigation leads him into a dangerous web of secrets and disturbing truths about his beloved wife.
09/23/21 at 02:06am
This was a really good show. There was lots of action and suspense. Netflix said the show was too expensive to film, both in the US and Israel.
If it were a 'woke' show, money would be no object.
09/21/21 at 06:57pm
Very disappointed, another show i liked got cancelled, what is Netflix doing
, I hope another network picks up hit and run, continue the storyline!!
09/21/21 at 06:24am
I enjoyed the show. Sorry to see it go.
09/21/21 at 04:15am
Very disappointing news. Wished Netflix would have concluded the storyline.
09/20/21 at 07:57pm
this was a isreali tv/ netflix deal so it could be many reasons it fell through. many shows get cancelled on small financing issues etc. some for distribution issues.
09/20/21 at 05:45pm
meh.. VERY mediocre lead actor in a series that's WAYYYY too subtitled. Pick a language already. I would have passed on a second season anyway.
09/20/21 at 01:37pm
Never heard of it
09/20/21 at 01:04pm
Didn't watch it but from what I read about it i don't think it had enough of a storyline to make it a multiple season show.
09/20/21 at 11:39am
Moves like this (cancelling with a cliffhanger) is a part of what discourages people from watching new shows and instead waiting for them to be established. New viewership goes down, more cancellations follow. It happened to cable, it'll happen to streaming. Keep canceling new stuff without any form of resolution and good luck getting the audience to commit their time to future new stuff.
09/20/21 at 11:25am
Never heard of it
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