USA Community is kicking one other scripted authentic to the curb.
Dare Me is the newest casualty, with the community deciding towards renewing the cheerleader drama for a second season.
THR first reported the information.
Dare Me Season 1 was a bust out of the gate for the community, and it finally averaged 402,000 viewers and a 0.13 demo in the latest reside + similar day metrics.
It’s tied with Treadstone because the community’s lowest-rated sequence, that means that it by no means did stand a lot of an opportunity at renewal.
The sequence was not precisely on model for USA Community, so the shortage of viewer curiosity is hardly stunning.
Based mostly on the Megan Abbott novel, Dare Me explored the world of aggressive highschool cheerleading.
It adopted the fraught relationship between two greatest associates (Herizen Guardiola and Marlo Kelly) after a brand new coach (Willa Fitzgerald) arrives to carry their staff to prominence.
Whereas the women’ friendship is put to the check, their younger lives are modified perpetually when a surprising crime rocks their quiet suburban world.
Netflix nabbed the first-run rights to the sequence exterior of the U.S. These varieties of offers are likely to make lower-rated sequence on linear tv extra possible to maintain.
However that doesn’t look like the case right here, with USA Community’s cancellation of it.
Nonetheless, THR notes that the sequence is being shopped round, that means there’s a likelihood it may come again from the lifeless.
It’s also potential that Netflix may take the sequence on worldwide, however that will rely on the way it carried out in different territories on the streamer.
The aforementioned Treadstone wrapped its first season again in December and the community has not introduced what destiny awaits it.
The outlook just isn’t wanting good, and provided that the equally rated Fits spinoff Pearson has additionally been canceled, it is most likely toast.
USA Community has additionally not introduced whether or not there can be new chapters of The Purge and The Sinner.
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