Is this the end for Aquarius? Today, series creator John McNamara announced NBC is moving the rest of season two to Saturday night.
Set in the 1960s, the crime drama centers on a experienced LA homicide detective ((David Duchovny) and his younger colleague (Grey Damon) as they investigate Charles Manson (Gethin Anthony) and his cult of followers.
On Twitter, McNamara said the rest of season two will now air on Saturdays, starting on August 27th:
#Aquarius update. Being moved to Saturdays; rest of Season 2 will air starting 8/27. We've survived this once… and will again. Semper Fi.
— John McNamara (@johnthemcnamara) August 1, 2016
This could be an indication that NBC is ready to cancel Aquarius. During season one, the network moved the series to Saturdays. And so far, season two ratings have been low, with the show earning an average of only .41 in the 18-49 demo and 2.178 million viewers.
What do you think? Are you a fan of Aquarius? Do you think the show will be cancelled?