'Colony' Has Been Cancelled by USA - There Will Be No Season 4

Lewis Collier
July 22, 2018

U.S. is saying goodbye to "Colony".

Deadline is reporting that United States of America has cancelled their sci-fi drama Colony, starring Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies.

Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal created the series and served as executive producers.

Its ensemble included several notable TV stars including Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies, joined by Peter Jacobson, Tory Kittles, Alex Neustaedter, Isabella Crovetti, and more.

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"Colony" started off strong in its first season. But there has been no trace of Colony at this year's Comic-Con despite the sci-fi drama now airing its third season. Its current third season has averaged a 0.2 live + same day rating with 672,000 viewers, around half of its first season's 0.4 and 1.13 L+SD average.

Airing on Wednesday, Colony saw its numbers slip further in the current third season, which is averaging 1.3 million viewers and 394,000 adults 18-49 (L+3), the lowest demo season average among the current U.S. drama series. Fans have suspected a cancellation was on the way, because this year, the series does not have an official presence at San Diego Comic-Con, which is now underway.

The Season 3 - and now the entire series' - finale airs Wednesday, July 25. What's your reaction to the cancellation news?

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