Believe: NBC Sunday Night Drama Cancelled

Believe TV show canceledBo has some amazing abilities but unfortunately they didn’t help save her series. NBC has cancelled the Believe TV show after one season.

Believe revolves around a young girl who has special abilities and the adults who are trying to protect her. The cast includes Johnny Sequoyah, Jake McLaughlin, Delroy Lindo, Kyle MacLachlan, Jamie Chung, and Arian Moayed.

The series got off to a positive start, thanks to its premiere airing on a Monday night after NBC’s top-rated show, The Voice. Unfortunately only about 60% of that episode’s audience decided to tune in to watch the second episode six days later.

The ratings kept falling lower each week. This week’s installment of Believe drew just a 1.0 demo rating with 4.33 million viewers. Those numbers were just too low to justify ordering a second season.

On the positive side, it appears that NBC plans to order all of the remaining four episodes.

What do you think? Are you sorry that Believe hasn’t been renewed for a second season?

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  1. Paul says

    So the 4.33 mil people plus the rest that don’t watch on the night but catch up with it at a decent time don’t count? NBC should have their minds looked at. I loved the show and wish there was more to come.

  2. Christine Rivera says

    I really liked the series believe, it was a great family show… Not all sex, drugs and killing like you see nowadays…real shame we didn’t get to see the second season.

  3. Kerri says

    I’m very upset to know that Believe has been cancelled!! I have checked multiple times to see when it is going to be aired! I thought this show was GREAT! Maybe Netflix will buy it and continue the series like they did with Longmire!

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