There will be no Raised by Wolves Season 3 of Ridley Scott on HBO Max as it has been canceled after 2 seasons. The studio recently merged with Discovery, making it Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav has made changes ever since the merger finished in March this year.
Raised by Wolves series is a very popular series. This series is loved by many fans. Now this series is canceled after its two seasons on HBO Max. This Science-fiction and drama series is loved by fans. But now there will no season 3 of Raised by Wolves. The show’s leading actor Abubakar Salim hints on Twitter about the cancellation of Raised by Wolves season 3 on HBO Max. Now, this comes true as Raised by Wolves Season 3 is canceled after two seasons on HBO Max.
What did Abubakar Salim say on Twitter about the ‘Raised by Wolves Season 3’ cancellation?
Abubakar Salim is a very renowned actor. He has a big fan following base. Abubakar Salim played the role of Father in Raised by Wolves. He is the person who hinted about the cancellation of Raised by Wolves. He tweeted about it. His words on Twitter are noted below.
Call to action #RenewRaisedByWolves— Abubakar Salim (@Abzybabzy) June 3, 2022
It’s not surprising, especially after the news of the mergers and what is happening at Warner, that a lot of shows are not having their stories finished.
After telling this Salim told many what are the reasons behind this and many things. Abubakar Salim further went on to appeal to the fans to be vocal about the expectations of Season 3 of Raised by Wolves, in hopes of saving the show.
What did HBO Max state about the Cancellation of Raised by Wolves Season 3?
The show was originally ordered at TNT, in 2018 before HBO Max. HBO Max stated that they are not proceeding with the third season of Raised by Wolves. HBO Max’s words are noted below.
“While we are not proceeding with the third season of Raised by Wolves, we are beyond grateful to the stellar cast and crew, our creators Aaron Guzikowski, Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, and the entire team at Scott Free Productions, for their beautiful artistry and unique ability to immerse fans into the world of Kepler-22b”
HBO Max’s statement about the cancellation of Raised by Wolves season 3.
About Raised by Wolves
Raised by Wolves centers of about two Androids who are tasked with raising human children on a mysterious virgin planet. As Earth is apart by religious differences and humans are on a verge of extinction, the androids learn that controlling human beliefs is a difficult task. An atheistic Android architect sends two creations, Mother and Father to start a peaceful godless colony on the planet Kepler-22b. David Scott marked his TV directorial debut with Episodes 1 and 2 of Raised by Wolves season 1. Raised by Wolves is created by Aaron Guzikowski, who was also the executive producer of the show. David W. Zucker, Jordan Sheehan, Adam Kolbrenner, and Mark Huffam all are the executive producer of Raised by Wolves for both seasons. This show runs from September 2020 to March 2022.
The Cast of Raised by Wolves
- Amanda Collin as Mother.
- Abubakar Salim as Father.
- Winta McGrath as Campion.
- Travis Fimmel as Caleb.
- Niamh Algar as Sue.
- Felix Jamieson as Paul.
- Jordan Loughran as Tempest.
- Ethan Hazzard as Hunter.
- Jennifer Saayeng as Nerva.
- Aasiya Shah as Holly.
- Peter Christofferson as Cleaver.
- James Harkness as Tamerlane.
- Cosmo Jarvis as Campion Sturges.
- Daniel Laskar as Furfur.
- Garth Breytenbatch as Den.
- Michael Pennington as Trust.
- Ivy Wong as Vita.
- Matias Varela as Lucius.
Fans loved the series Raised by Wolves as this series has a huge fan base. But after its quick two seasons of Raised by Wolves. The third season of Raised by Wolves is now canceled on HBO Max. Abubakar Salim has told us about this cancellation on his Twitter. Abubakar has told fans to appeal for the third season of Raised by Wolves in hopes of saving the show. But now it’s officially confirmed that Raised by Wolves Season 3 is canceled on HBO Max. The first two seasons of Raised by Wolves are on HBO Max.
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