- Stumptown, initially renewed for a second season, is now cancelled.
- Production challenges and COVID-19 pandemic led to this resolution.
- Possibility of the show being sold to other networks or streaming platforms.
Stumptown, starring Cobie Smulders, gained attention and was poised for a highly anticipated second season. However, in a surprising turn of events, the show is now cancelled. The makers of the show have cited production challenges and the COVID-19 pandemic as the main reasons for this cancellation.
The versatile performance of Cobie Smulders, who played the lead character, Dex Parios, garnered praise from critics and viewers alike. The show was initially renewed for a second season by ABC, but now this decision has been reversed. A source close to the show’s producers has claimed that “Sadly, due to a timing issue and challenges arising from the production, we will not be moving forward with Stumptown Season 2.”
Stumptown followed the life of Cobie’s character Dex, an Army veteran who turns into a private investigator in Portland, Oregon. The show was based on the graphic novels by Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth. The first season ended on a cliffhanger, leaving the fans eager for more.
The cancellation of this well-received show sent ripples of shock among fans and viewers on social media. Some were shocked about the decision, while others expressed their disappointment and sadness about the show being cancelled.
However, there is a glimmer of hope for Stumptown fans. The producers are reportedly trying to sell the show to other networks or streaming platforms. So, the possibility of the show’s revival still exists, albeit uncertain as yet.