Hulu’s “Castle Rock” Ends After Just Two Seasons

November 4, 2020

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We have sad news for fans of Hulu’s original series “Castle Rock” series. After just two seasons, the streaming network has canceled the series based on the world created by Stephen King.


Deadline reported the news and stated “there were no expectations for a third installment, and the decision to end the series after two seasons was made awhile ago. Once one of the first suppliers of Hulu after it branched out into premium original content, Warner Bros. TV has focused its attention to supplying recently launched sibling HBO Max. There are no plans for Castle Rock to continue on HBO Max, we hear.”


“Castle Rock” premiered back in 2018 with the first season centering on Bill Skarsgård‘s character,  a mysterious inmate at Shawshank State Penitentiary. The second season revealed the origin story of Annie Wilkes from King’s Misery, played by Lizzy Caplan.


Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason created “Castle Rock” which was produced by J.J Abrams


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