Almost Human: Cancelled by FOX, No Season Two

Almost Human canceled or season twoFOX has lowered the ax on Almost Human. The show has been cancelled after one season of 13 episodes.

Taking place in the future, Almost Human follows the partnership of a distrustful cop (Karl Urban) and an android capable of emotion (Michael Ealy). The cast also includes Minka Kelly, Mackenzie Crook, Michael Irby, and Lili Taylor.

The series started strongly in the ratings but the numbers declined over the course of the season. The season finale hit a series low with a 1.5 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 5.6 million total viewers.

Almost Human was reportedly still in the running for a second season until recently. Apparently several of FOX’s new pilots are strong contenders for next season so network execs have decided to let Almost Human go.

What do you think? Did you like this series? Do you think it should have been cancelled or renewed for a second season?

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  1. Vrose says

    Just watched final episode in Australia August 2015. So sad – this was an excellently executed SCI fi series. Believable tech, thought provoking themes. FOX please consider series 2 or someone else …..

  2. Amy says

    Almost Human was an awesome show. Very stupid decision by Fox. They should have cancelled Glee, and not Almost Human!

  3. Andrew Creamer says

    This was one of the best shows on TV at the time and kept my interest and I looked forward to watching the next week. It was a real disapointment to see they werent bringing it back… It always seems they cancel the good shows for something stupid. I know, the key to season ratings, Lets put on a 3rd or 4th dancing or singing show….

  4. lane mallette says

    Love It bought season one. Karl is one handsome masculine guy….not pretty….just handsome. Was looking forward to season two.

  5. blh333 says

    I’m so tired of great shows being cancelled after one season. My whole family, all my friends and most co-workers loved Almost Human!

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