Since Syfy already renewed its Channel Zero TV show through season four, last February, viewers shouldn’t spend too much time worrying it will be cancelled. That said, season two started out with low ratings, which fell even further. Because even renewals can be cancelled, we are curious to see what happens with the Nielsen numbers in the fourth season. To find out, stay tuned.
A Syfy horror anthology, each season of Channel Zero tells a new story featuring different characters. Season three, Butcher’s Block, stars Olivia Luccardi, Holland Roden, Rutger Hauer, Brandon Scott, and Krisha Fairchild. Based on Kerry Hammond’s creepypasta, “Search and Rescue Woods,” it follows sisters Alice and Zoe Woods (Luccardi and Roden), who move to a new city. Soon, they learn of a series of mysterious disappearances and discover that something is preying upon the locals.
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For comparisons: the second season of Channel Zero (No End House) averaged a 0.14 rating in the 18-49 year old viewer demographic and drew an average total audience of 405,000 viewers.
What do you think? Do you like the Channel Zero TV series? Should it be cancelled rather than renewed for seasonseason four on Syfy?