What will become of Howard Silk, not to mention his dimensional counterpart? Has the Counterpart TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Starz? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Counterpart, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?
What’s This TV Show About?
Airing on the Starz premium cable channel, Counterpart stars J.K. Simmons, Olivia Williams, Harry Lloyd, Ulrich Thomsen, Nazanin Boniadi, Nicholas Pinnock, and Sara Serraiocco. The sci-fi spy drama delves into an enigmatic reality which everyday living conceals. The story centers on a low-level bureaucrat, Howard Silk (Simmons), who toils away in relative obscurity at a United Nations spy outfit based in Berlin, Germany. After uncovering evidence that his agency is protecting a secret about traveling to a parallel dimension, Howard’s whole life changes. He soon plunges headlong into a strange world fraught with peril and treachery.
Season One Ratings
Unless this show really tanks, fans don’t have to wonder if Starz will cancel or renew Counterpart for a second season. The cable network originally ordered it with at least two seasons in mind. Still, executive producer Amy Berg left the drama production after season one, so anything can happen. To take the mystery out of things, I’ll keep an eye on the Neilsen ratings and update this page with breaking developments. Subscribe for free alerts on any Counterpart cancellation or renewal news.
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