Is Strange Angel renewed for a season 3 over at CBS All Access? Within this article, we’ll do our best to look at the state of the show and, beyond that, what the streaming service needs to do for their subscribers at large.
For the time being, let’s go ahead and say this: There is no word at the moment on a Strange Angel season 3. This is a decision that the streaming service could take their time with, since they’re going to need to figure out, for starters, what its performance is for each individual episode. From there, they need to also determine what its long-term viability is.
At the moment, CBS All Access is still struggling to get noteworthy original programming that doesn’t hail from some sort of larger franchise. Star Trek: Discovery is doing more than fine, but it comes with the added benefit of being a show within this larger universe. Meanwhile, they make plenty of cash on the Big Brother live feeds and they’re also generating subscribers from The Good Fight. We think that Tell Me a Story has some potential, but even it is based on some fables.
What Strange Angel is trying to do is establish another paradigm for the series as a home for other interesting series — in this case, a period drama. It’s going to be a chance to dive into a different sort of story than you’re seeing elsewhere.
Do we think that there will be another season?
For now, we consider that a toss-up. Because the network doesn’t reveal any of their viewership details in advance, we’re just left to speculate about what they could be and also what CBS All Access wants in their programming. They’ll look at retention from season 1 and season 2 and, beyond that, what stories there are to tell with in a potential third season.
Odds are, we’re going to have a chance to learn a little bit more in terms of a Strange Angel season 3 over the next few weeks. We don’t think that it benefits anyone for CBS All Access to wait that long before making an announcement.
Do you want to see Strange Angel renewed for a season 3?
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