Who is the culprit on Ten Days in the Valley? Recently, star Erika Christensen spoke with TVInsider about the central mystery behind the ABC TV show.
The drama centers on Jane Sadler (Kyra Sedgwick), a mother and the producer of a new, hot television series whose daughter goes missing in the middle of the night. The cast also includes Kick Gurry, Erika Christensen, Josh Randall, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, and Felix Solis.
In the interview, Christensen revealed the mystery behind who kidnapped Jane’s daughter will be resolved quicker than audiences might expect:
he question of who took Lake resolves a lot faster than one might anticipate, and it sends us off on a whole new aspect of the mystery. Let’s take episodes three and four. In episode four, new evidence comes to light laying suspicion on Jane’s co-workers. And that leads to a very surprising turn of events.”
Earlier, Ten Days in the Valley showrunner Tassie Cameron told The Hollywood Reporter that the end of the first mystery will lead to other mysteries that could potentially lead to a second season. However, ABC has not yet announced a season two renewal and the show’s poor ratings suggest a possible cancellation.
So far, Ten Days in the Valley is averaging a .47 rating in the 18-49 demo and only 3.017 million viewers, making it ABC’s lowest-rated series for the 2017-2018 season.
What do you think? Are you watching Ten Days in the Valley? Would you watch a second season?
I would definitely like to see Ten Days in the Valley comeback! I loved it when it was here but I will have to refresh my memory before it arrives ! Please!
Ten Days has definitely taken longer to snare the viewer than Americans care to wait, but I am definitely hooked on these complicated, fkaw d people. I want to see how it all plays out. The dirty secrets and motivations of the entertainment industry are fascinating.
I really like this show. Please give it a chance. At least give it a Full Season Run if nothing else.
With a 0.4 rating and 3 million viewers, odds are low for renewal. After two episodes I am not hooked and could really care less. In my opinion, neither parent is fit for the kid and if recovered so be placed in another home.
So far it’s ok. Hasn’t totally grasped me, but I do look forward to a third epics-Isolde, and if it gets better this season then yes, a second season will be good.
So far so good. I have only seen two episodes. Kyra is one of my favorite actresses, so that’s one reason I watched it. But it’s still good regardless of her being the main character. The plot keeps you wondering! It’s too soon to say if a second season would be good. But I would probably say yes.
I watched the first episode and stopped because this is just a rehash of the Ashley Judd series” Missing” and that ended with her character being kidnapped which was stupid. I love Kyra Sedgwick but this series needs a serious overhaul if it is to survive.
My family enjoy this show. Would love to see a second season.
I’ve watched the show since it first aired. I loved the show, the cast, & the mystery surrounding the missing child. Hope to see a season two. I will definitely be watching
I’ve watched the first two episodes; it’s just okay, and I am in that 18-49 demographic. I don’t know if I’d watch a second season. I’m really bothered by all the drugs.
You must be in the very high range of 18-49 then… I’m 37 and have zero issues with the presentation of drug use on tv or movies. Hell, most Amerikkkans are just fine and dandy with the most vicious, graphic depictions of violence but censor swearing and can’t stand nudity or drug use. Violence hurts others, swearing nudity and drug use hurt no one besides the person doing the act, IF even then. Every other country is the opposite because that’s what logic dictates as sense, but nooooo, not the theocracy of the USA where violence is in your DNA.
Not sure which American community you are from, but drug use hurts many more than the user. The family (spouse, kids, parents, siblings…), neighbors, and the community at large. Serious drug users can resort to crime and at worst violence to get their fix. As do the suppliers of drugs. So there’s a good reason not to highlight drug use.
As for swearing, no harm is done, but you’ll be thought of less.
Exactly! That’s my opinion of the show. Too much focus outs on drugs. I’m in the 60-65 bracket.