Kindred, the highly anticipated television series from FX, has been cancelled. This news has come as a shock to fans of the show, who had been eagerly awaiting its debut.
Kindred was set to be a sci-fi thriller that followed a young couple as they navigated a mysterious world filled with strange and dangerous creatures. The show was created by the talented duo of Sarah Adina Smith and Nick Antosca and had a talented cast, including Tamara Tunie, Rarmian Newton, and Jamie Chung.
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The show was highly anticipated by fans of the sci-fi genre, who were eager to see what Adina Smith and Antosca had in store for them. The pair had already established themselves as masters of the genre, having worked on popular shows like Hannibal and Channel Zero.
However, despite the buzz surrounding Kindred, FX has decided to cancel the show. The network has not given any official reason for the cancellation, but it is speculated that the high production costs and the COVID-19 pandemic may have played a role.
Fans of the show have expressed their disappointment and frustration at the cancellation on social media, with many expressing their disbelief that the show was cancelled before it even had a chance to air. Some have even started a petition in an effort to get FX to reconsider its decision.
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In a statement to the press, Adina Smith and Antosca expressed their disappointment at the cancellation but thanked the fans for their support. They also hinted that there may be other opportunities for the show in the future, saying, "While we are sad that Kindred will not be on FX, we are grateful for the support of our fans and we look forward to finding a new home for the show."
For now, fans will have to wait and see what happens with Kindred, but many are still hopeful that the show will find a new home and eventually make its way to the screen. Whether it will be picked up by another network or made into a film, the future of Kindred is uncertain, but the passion of its fans will surely keep it alive.