Has the CIA’s Berlin Station gone dark? Is the Berlin Station TV show cancelled or renewed for a fourth season on EPIX? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Berlin Station, season four. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?
What’s This TV Show About?
An EPIX spy drama, Berlin Station stars Michelle Forbes, Richard Armitage, Richard Jenkins, Rhys Ifans, Leland Orser, Ashley Judd, Keke Palmer, and Ismael Cruz Córdova who joins as the CIA agent Rafael Torres. James Cromwell joins on a recurring basis. The series centers on the CIA’s installation in Berlin. Season three unfolds during an 11-day timespan. In Eastern and Central Europe, Chief of Station Valerie Edwards (Forbes) guides her team through the high-stakes relationship between Russia, the United States, and its vulnerable NATO allies. The Kremlin could be involved in some foul play with the potential to wreak havoc with international relations.
Since they are not part of the Nielsen ratings system, it is difficult to predict whether EPIX will cancel or renew Berlin Station for season four. Last year, I correctly predicted a renewal, because EPIX is trying to build up its programming slate. This time, I’m not so sure. Sometimes, these limited series on niche networks aren’t intended to be long-running. Until we know whether Berlin Station will be cancelled or renewed for season four, I’ll keep an eye on the trades and press releases and update this page with any developments. Subscribe for free updates on Berlin Station cancellation or renewal news.
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What do you think? Were you hoping that the Berlin Station TV show would be renewed for a fourth season? Are you sorry that EPIX cancelled this TV series, instead?