Caprica TV Series Canceled: No Season 2
If you just happen to be a fan of the “Battlestar Galactica” prequel series “Caprica,” we have some rather disappointing news for you. It appears that the science-fiction drama has been canceled by the Syfy network, after not even a year on our television screens.
As reported by femalefirst.co.uk, the series – which stars Eric Stoltz – made its U.S. debut back in January of this year, and then returned in October after taking a mid-season hiatus. However, it now looks like fans of the show will have to wait until 2011, to watch the final 5 episodes.
TV bosses decided to cancel the Syfy series with immediate effect, due to the decline in viewing figures. This of course means that there will be no season 2. A spokesman for Syfy said that the network appreciates all the fans’ support they have given for “Caprica.”
He then went on to say that despite the quality of the “Caprica” series, the show has not been able to build a big enough audience to justify a second season. Fans will be able to see the final episodes of season 1 in the first quarter of next year.
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