Low Winter Sun: Cancelled, No Season Two for AMC Series

low winter sun canceledTo no surprise, AMC has cancelled Low Winter Sun after one season. The last episode aired in early October and drew just 630,000 viewers.

Starring Mark Strong and Lennie James, the crime drama performed relatively well at the start of the season, thanks in part to having the final episodes of Breaking Bad as a lead-in. It debuted to 2.51 million viewers and the second episode dropped to 1.47 million.

The numbers kept dwindling downward as the season progressed. Once Breaking Bad left AMC, Low Winter Sun’s ratings really plummeted.

What do you think? Did you like Low Winter Sun? Are you sorry that there won’t be a second season?

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  1. Benjamin Howells says

    Bitterly dissapointed low winter sun is not returning for another season. I thought it was an excellent programme.

  2. Mike corvo sr. says

    it’s too,bad this show did not get a chance,more and more,England has shows,that are not. made for the 12 year olds mind,,,no offence to 12 year old’s

  3. Dmd says

    SOOOO disappointed this show will not return…fantastic series!!! Sincerely hope that AMC will reconsider its decision….I have highly recommended LWS to many friends and family members. Big mistake IMHO….

    • Stephie59 says

      I doubt they will reconsider, because I’m sure some of the other actors have already moved on. If they had changed back their minds soon after it would have worked, but they have already let a lot of time pass.

  4. Dmd says

    SOOOO disappointed this is being cancelled….fantastic series!!! Sincerely hope AMC reconsiders this decision; I have recommended LWS to many friends and family members….big mistake to cancel such a superb show…

  5. says

    This was a good show why cancel, The numbers would have improved.
    Is a shame how networks keep dropping good shows because of one slow

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