Halle Berry's 'Extant' Canceled By CBS After Two Seasons
Halle Berry‘s CBS series Extant has been canceled after two seasons on the air.
Despite the cancellation, it’s not all bad news for Halle as a legal drama that she is executive producing has been put into development by the network.
“I am so proud of what we accomplished on Extant,” Halle said in a statement. “This season seemed such a natural place to end Molly’s journey that I, along with CBS, felt it best served the story to leave it there. I’ve loved this experience working with such a talented cast and creative team. It was my first foray into episodic television, and I’m excited to continue my relationship with CBS, producing more compelling stories through my 606 Films production banner.”
“CBS, Halle Berry and the producers have decided to conclude the Extant story after last season’s exciting and fitting conclusion,” CBS Entertainment president Glenn Geller said in a statement (via THR). “Extant played an important role in expanding CBS’ lineup of original scripted programming in the summer. We are proud of the show’s success on the network, as well as its popularity on Amazon Prime Video. We also want to thank the incomparable Halle Berry for her commitment and support for the series, and look forward to working with her on our next project together.”
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