- Apple TV+ cancels its thriller series ‘Suspicion’ after the first season.
- The series, starring Academy Award nominee Uma Thurman, received mixed reviews.
- ‘Suspicion’ is based on the Israeli series ‘False Flag’ and premiered on February 4, 2023.
Apple TV+ has decided not to renew its conspiracy thriller series ‘Suspicion’ for a second season. The show is a remake of the Israeli series “False Flag” and premiered its first season on February 4, 2023. The series, starring Hollywood actress and Academy Award nominee Uma Thurman, followed the story of four ordinary people who become embroiled in a high-stakes kidnapping.
Despite receiving mixed reviews, the series was unable to earn a second season. In the show, Uma Thurman played the role of a prominent American businesswoman whose son got kidnapped from a luxurious hotel. The series focuses on the events that unfold after the kidnapping, and the lives of the four ordinary people who unexpectedly become suspects.
The supporting cast of ‘Suspicion’ included notable actors such as Elizabeth Henstridge, Georgina Campbell, and Kunal Nayyar. The series was created by Rob Williams and was produced by Darin McLeod, with Chris Long directing the first two episodes. The show was filmed on location in London and New York City.
Although the news of its cancellation comes as a disappointment for fans, Apple TV+ continues to offer various original shows and movies in its lineup, with recent hits including ‘Ted Lasso,’ ‘The Morning Show,’ and ‘Foundation.’