Two Shows Ending, Two Shows Canceled

Andor – Ending

Diego Luna, star of the Disney+ series “Andor,” has said that leading a rebellion against the Galactic Empire can take a toll and that he’s ready to close Cassian Andor’s chapter ahead of the second and final season of the show. Luna said that it was important for his mental health that the show only ran for two seasons, but he still wants to enjoy the experience. Luna first played Andor in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” and decided to return to the prequel series because he felt there was more to the story. The final season is yet to receive a release date.

The Devil in the White City – Canceled

Hulu has canceled the adaptation of Erik Larson’s bestselling novel “The Devil in the White City,” which had Keanu Reeves attached to star. The series was going to tell the story of the visionary architect Daniel H. Burnham and Dr. H. H. Holmes, America’s first modern serial killer, during the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair. The project, which had been developing since 2010, was initially planned as a feature film before shifting gears and becoming a limited series for Hulu. While plans to shop the project to other outlets exist, it’s unclear whether the adaptation will move forward.

Barry – Ending

HBO has confirmed that the fourth season of Bill Hader’s dark comedy “Barry” will be its last. The show follows the story of Barry, a hitman who wants to become an actor, but his past life and the violent world he’s trying to leave behind keeps pulling him back in. The final season will consist of eight episodes and is set to premiere in April.

Dune: The Sisterhood – Canceled

Dune: The Sisterhood, the HBO Max spinoff prequel series to Denis Villeneuve’s 2021 film Dune, is on production hiatus as the show has lost both its director, Johan Renck, and Shirley Henderson, an actor in a prominent role. Villeneuve had originally designed the series as a prequel to his film and announced it in 2019, but departed the project in 2022 to focus on shooting the second half of his Dune movie project. Warner Bros. is reportedly going through a significant wave of cost-cutting and reorganizing, leading to HBO Max canceling or dropping expensive series.

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