The CBS series “Instinct” is coming to an end after two seasons. CBS canceled the mystery drama this week, with series creator Michael Rauch breaking the news to fans.
Rauch told fans on Twitter, “I’m very sad to relay the news that @instinctcbs won’t be renewed for a 3rd season. We will double up this Sunday and our season/series finale will be Aug 25.” Rauch continued, “Endless thanks to @Alancumming & @bojnovak for making Dylan & Lizzie more everything than I could have ever hoped & thanks to our incredible crew, cast, writers, producers & all who helped make our show, with respect, talent & kindness. And a giant thank you to our diehard fans for your love, loyalty & excellent taste (is it too soon to ask for a reboot?) @TVdub @SirWilliamHowe.”
According to Rauch’s Tweet, the show is airing back-to-back episodes on Sunday, and the big series finale will air on August 25th. The show starred Alan Cumming as a former CIA operative, author and university professor turned NYPD consultant. The series also featured Bojana Novakovic as Det. Lizzie Needham, Daniel Ings as Andy, Naveen Andrews as Julian Cousins, and Sharon Leal as Lt. Jasmine Gooden. CBS Television Studios produced the show, with Michael Rauch, Marc Webb, Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin (Secret Hideout), James Patterson, Bill Robinson, Leopoldo Gout and Alan Cumming serving as executive producers. “Instinct” was based on the James Patterson novel.
While it might be a tough break for fans of the show, CBS has several new series set to debut on the CBS Fall 2019-2020 schedule. Over the next few months, CBS will premiere “Bob Hearts Abishola,” Carol’s Second Act,” “The Unicorn,” “All Rise,” and “Evil.” Hopefully, fans will like one of the five new series set to debut. Fans of Alan Cumming can see him in Craig Otto’s “Run,” and Eric Balfour’s “Bright in a Hollow Sky.”
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