Paramount+ has cancelled both its Kiefer Sutherland-led drama thriller series “Rabbit Hole” and its TV reboot of “Fatal Attraction”. Both shows end after airing a single season.
It continues a recent trend of Paramount+ thinning its line-up of scripted originals. Both shows will continue to remain on the platform rather than being pulled from the service.
A Paramount+ spokesperson says: “We want to thank both series’ entire creative teams, crews and the fantastic casts for their dedication to bringing these series to life.”
The CBS Studios-produced “Rabbit Hole” was ordered straight to series in mid-2021 and scored relatively favorable reviews. It marked Sutherland’s return to television after three seasons on “Designated Survivor”.
“Fatal Attraction,” which starred Lizzy Caplan and Joshua Jackson, scored negative reviews and was mostly ignored. Viewership data for both is unavailable.
They join other cancellations at Paramount+ including “Star Trek: Prodigy,” “Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies,” “The Game” and “Queen of the Universe”. The latter four however saw their shows pulled from the service.