‘The Mist’ has Been Cancelled After One Season

Jason McDonald

Well, as we saw with “The Dark Tower,”  all Stephen King adaptations can’t be winners or even “It.”  And it would appear that “The Mist was not one of those winners.

Spike has announced today that they are cancelling their adaptation of “The Mist” after one season.  Spikes take on “The Mist” was drastically different than the film and original story it was based on. In the series a small town is still besieged by an ominous fog, but rather than having monsters hiding in the mist, they opted to have psychological terror in the mist.  Cause that’s waaaaaaaay cheaper than making monsters.

So pour one out for “The Mist.”  A show that underperformed so badly it didn’t even last as long as “Under the Dome.”

The mist TV series

Source: Deadline



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      1. sadfran September 28, 2017 at 11:43 am

        good riddance!

      2. BRYAN MOOSE September 28, 2017 at 12:10 pm

        I’m sorry to hear it. I quite liked the show, and thought it was fairly well developed and had a lot of promise. As to the snarky comment on UNDER THE DOME, the first 2 seasons were quite good, while the third was barely tolerable (though the ending opened up so many interesting possibilities, I’d love to see where they’d have gone with it). It lasted 3 seasons, which is more than 50% of the shows on television usually manage.

      3. Jack Reaper October 3, 2017 at 6:37 am

        Not surprise, the gay agenda social justice warrior is strong with this one.

      4. free willy October 4, 2017 at 6:30 pm

        it was a horrible show.. Bad acting, bad storyline…etc….