– CBS has decided to cancel ‘All Rise’ after two seasons
– Series finale set to air on May 24
– Renewal hopes diminished due to series’ low ratings
CBS has confirmed that its beloved legal drama, ‘All Rise,’ will not be returning for a third season. The series finale is scheduled to air on May 24, 2021. Enthusiasts had hoped for a renewal, but the show’s ratings did not give much room for optimism.
“All Rise,” which stars Simone Missick as Judge Lola Carmichael, focuses on the life of a new judge as she sets out to challenge the boundaries within the US legal system. Throughout its two-season run, the show has attracted a loyal fanbase. However, that has not translated into ratings high enough to ensure its survival.
CBS made the official announcement on May 15, 2021, confirming that the remaining episodes of ‘All Rise’ would be the last. The legal drama was one of several shows to be axed, including ‘The Unicorn,’ ‘MacGyver,’ and ‘NCIS: New Orleans.’
As the series concludes, loyal viewers eagerly await its final moments to see how the stories of Judge Lola Carmichael and her colleagues will wrap up.