‘Mercy Street’ Season 3: Release Date, Time & TV Channel

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Mercy Street is a drama TV show created by David Zabel and Lisa Q. Wolfinger. The show stars McKinley Belcher III, Suzanne Bertish, Norbert Leo Butz and Gary Cole. Mercy Street first aired on PBS on January 17, 2016. So far there have been two seasons. The series currently has a 7.4 out of 10 IMDb rating, based on 2,294 user votes.

Unfortunatelty, PBS has officially cancelled / ended the series. The are no plans for season 3.

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This post has the latest information on the status of Mercy Street season 3 as we continuously monitor the news to keep you updated.

Mercy Street season 3 release date: Was it cancelled?

When does Mercy Street season 3 come out?
PBS has officially cancelled Mercy Street tv series. Season 2 of Mercy Street will be the last season. PBS does not have plans for the next season, but we can never be sure. As of September 2022, season three has not been planned or scheduled. If you want to get notified of any changes, please sign up for updates below, and join the conversation in our forums. You can also check out Mercy Street’s IMDb page.

Was Mercy Street renewed for season 3?
No, Mercy Street has been cancelled by PBS. Season two will be the final season.

Thankfully, you can still buy and watch past episodes below.

Frequently asked questions

Is Mercy Street cancelled?
Yes, Mercy Street has been officially canceled. There will not be season 3.

When did Mercy Street originally come out?
Mercy Street originally came out on Sunday, January 17, 2016.

How many seasons of Mercy Street are there?
There have been two seasons total.

Is Mercy Street on Netflix?
We do not track Netflix release dates; you can check if Mercy Street is on Netflix at NetflixDates.

What time does Mercy Street come on?
Mercy Street aired TBA ET / TBA PT on PBS. You can also find out Mercy Street air times in different time zones.

Mercy Street plot and series summary

Follows the lives of two volunteer nurses on opposing sides of the Civil War – New England abolitionist Mary Phinney and Confederate supporter Emma Green.

Follows the lives of two volunteer nurses on opposing sides of the Civil War РNew England abolitionist Mary Phinney and Confederate supporter Emma Green. Based on true stories and set in a Union hospital in the occupied Confederate city of Alexandria, viewers are taken beyond the battlefield and into the lives of Americans on the Civil War home front as they face the unprecedented challenges of one of the most turbulent times in our nation’s history.

You may also visit Mercy Street’s official website and IMDb page.

Mercy Street age rating

Mercy Street is rated TV-14, which means it contains some material that many parents would find unsuitable for children under 14 years of age. Parents are strongly urged to exercise greater care in monitoring this program and are cautioned against letting children under the age of 14 watch unattended. This program may contain one or more of the following: intensely suggestive dialogue, strong coarse language, intense sexual situations, or intense violence.

Mercy Street season 3 status and details

Name: Mercy Street
Last Season: Season 2
Status: CANCELLED
Original Premiere: January 17, 2016
Total Episodes: 12
Network: PBS
Episode Runtime: Approx. 53 minutes
Genres: Drama, History
Parental Rating: TV-14
Region: United States

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5 COMMENTS

  1. I just watched the season finale. It was great! I was encouraged that it said “season” finale instead of “series” finale. I hope that it continues. I would like to know more about the Reconstruction period and how southern and northern people lived and coped during this time.

  2. Love the show. Get mad at the display of human suffering and I understand that it is too intense for the American pubic after 2 years. We do not want to remember those years. Now Poldark is safe and so was Downton Abbey and Victoria. There is a degree of safety with these shows as it does not involve us directly.

  3. Still can’t get over the cancellation….Very disappointed in PBS for cancelling this show. Based on true events, The filmography, background and story was stunning. I don’t see PBS offering another American Historic show…wonder why.

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