Crisis: New TV Show Cancelled by NBC

Crisis TV show canceled on NBCNBC is cleaning house on Sunday nights. They’ll surely cancel American Dream Builders, they’ve cancelled Believe and they’ve also cancelled Crisis as well.

An action/thriller series, Crisis finds out what might happen if the children of powerful people from Washington, DC were to be taken prisoner. The cast includes Dermot Mulroney, Rachael Taylor, Lance Gross, James Lafferty, Max Martini, Michael Beach, Stevie Lynn Jones, Halston Sage, Max Schneider, Joshua Erenberg, and Gillian Anderson.

Unfortunately, this show seemed doomed from the start. It debuted to lackluster ratings and the numbers sank lower and lower each week. At one point, Crisis drew just a 0.9 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 3.73 million viewers.

On the upside, it seems likely that NBC will release of the remaining episodes. Eight of the 13 episodes have aired so far.

What do you think? Are you sorry that there won’t be a second season of Crisis or is one season the right amount? Should it have been cancelled?

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  1. jordan abdurahchman says

    i do sorry to hear that, because for me NBC still the best in every action crime movie, my suggest is to release crisis season 2 or just continue the episode and just ended it, and i also follow up the blacklist series, maybe crisis watcher covered by the blacklist, but how ever crisis got high rating from me same as blacklist have.

  2. Charmaine says

    It need to continue maybe can the time. I love the show me. ME and my husband use thus show as our date night.

  3. Gerald says

    Sad but now days more and more people are intertane by show like crisis and suck into the bull crap of reality shows. Notice the amount cancel by many networks that were very good show but replace by the trash of reality shows.

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