CW fans are worrying that a hit series won’t be making a return for the next season.
Since CW recently canceled a few series on the network, fans are concerned that the show Walker: Independence is next up on the chopping block.
CWFans are worried that a hit series is next on CW’s chopping block[/caption]
This week the series came to an end, wrapping up its first season.
Walker: Independence is a prequel to the 2021 series Walker – the latter is a reboot of the hit 1990s series Walker, Texas Ranger, which starred Chuck Norris, 82.
Though Walker has been a successful series and was renewed for a third season, it’s uncertain if its spinoff, Walker: Independence, will have the same success.
Especially in the wake of the CW canceling multiple series on their network.
Within the past year, CW removed the Charmed reboot, Legacies, the Dynasty reboot, 4400, In the Dark, and other series from their roster.
Legacies creator Julie Plec noted the series of CW cancellations as a “Red Wedding.”
It was reported this month that CW’s parent company Nexstar wanted to “cut down” on “pricy scripted series.”
According to Cinema Blend, ” It was expected that only three scripted shows would survive the end of the current TV season.
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“…All American has already been renewed for Season 6. Even with Flash, Riverdale, and Nancy Drew already slated to end, there are still a lot of contenders.”
FANS ‘NEED’ WALKER
Walker: Independence could be one of those contenders alongside other shows like Superman & Lois and All American: Homecoming.
Some fans are hoping that CW keeps Walker: Independence on-air, taking to Twitter to vent their desire.
“Please give us a season 2 of #WalkerIndependence,” one fan pleaded on Twitter.
“We need Walker Independence Season 2 !!!,” another Twitter user tweeted.
“…This season was filled with so much drama and excitement. I am hoping that there will be season 2 @Kat_McNamara#WalkerIndependence,” someone else tweeted.
“…Walker Independence is truly my favorite show on tv right now and I’ve never been a person who cares about westerns. Hoping and praying for a season 2 #WalkerIndependence,” another person tweeted.
CW GETS SLAMMED
CW should take into consideration the fans who cried out for the show’s renewal before they make a decision so they can avoid a repeat of last year.
In May of 2022, fans threatened to “boycott” the network after they canceled a slew of shows.
After the news broke, fans referred to the massive cancelation of series as a “bloodbath.”
Naomi and The 4400 only aired one season before The CW ended them.
However, the Charmed and Roswell reboots, as well as In The Dark and Legacies, were canceled after four seasons.
Dynasty lasted the longest out of the shows that were chopped, and the uproar from fans on social media showed they also had one of the most vocal fanbases of the bunch, too.
One angry fan said the cancelation was “so upsetting,” while another asked: ”WHAT THE HELL?”
A third tweeted: “WTF WHYYYY?? NO I WILL NOT ACCEPT THIS.
They then begged for the network to “cancel Riverdale instead.”
“The CW canceling Dynasty is my villain origin story,” one fan sarcastically wrote.
Another said: “Literally Dynasty was the last decent thing they had imo. Yes I’m pissed.”
Dynasty starred Nickelodeon alum Elizabeth Gillies as heiress Fallon Carrington and followed all of the personal and professional drama surrounding her family.
It was based on the 1980s soap opera of the same name, which ran for nine seasons on ABC.
Meanwhile, with the cancelation of Legacies, an offshoot of The Originals, it’s an end of an era on the network.
The show, which was currently in the middle of airing its fourth and now-final season, was the third show in The Vampire Diaries franchise.
With all of the CW cancelations, fans threatened to “boycott” the network, calling it a “disgrace how they handle shows.”
The CWThe show that CW might cancel is Walker: Independence[/caption]
The CWMany fans are ‘hoping’ and ‘praying’ that the show won’t be removed from CW[/caption]
Over the last year the CW has cut countless shows from the network’s lineup