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    HBO Cancels ‘The Time Traveler’s Wife’ After One Season

    The Time Traveler’s Wife‘ will not advance in time. After only one season, HBO canceled the drama series based on Audrey Niffenegger‘s best-selling novel of the same title. 

    Steven Moffat of ‘Doctor Who‘ and ‘Sherlock‘ adapted the novel about a woman (Rose Leslie) and a man trapped in a play of time (Theo James). But why did HBO cancel the show? Are other shows also being canceled? Here is everything to know!

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    HBO Cancels ‘The Time Traveler’s Wife’ 

    HBO gave an official statement about the show’s exit, “Though HBO will not be moving forward with the second season of The ‘Time Traveler’s Wife’, it was our privilege to partner with master storytellers Steven Moffat and [director] David Nutter.”

    More addition was done, and the cast was also appreciatedWe are so grateful for their passion, hard work and care for adapting this beloved book. We also thank Theo and Rose, and the rest of our brilliant cast for their heartfelt performances, which completely captivated audiences.”

    On balance, the series received negative reviews. The show’s on-air audience was relatively small as well. Only 223,000 same-day viewers were there during its six-week run. 

    What Is The Plot Of The Show?

    The story revolved around a love story involving Henry, a man with a genetic disorder that causes him to time travel recklessly, and Clare, his wife, an artist who must deal with his unexcused absences.

    The first season consisted of six episodes. They were written by Moffat and directed by Nutter. Sue Vertue, Brian Minchin, and Joseph E. Iberti served as executive producers.

    Also, the show is one of several series to be canceled in the past two days. It joins Fox’s ‘Duncanville’, The CW’s ‘Tom Swift’, and Paramount+’s ‘Why Women Kill’ in being scrapped.

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    Rishika Kodwani
    Rishika Kodwani
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