The second season of “Loki” has just appeared on Nielsen’s streaming charts with the show’s series premiere coming in sixth amongst streaming originals for the week and pulling in 446 million viewing minutes – a drop of 39% from the 731 million viewing minutes of the 2021 series premiere. [Source: TV Line]

Attack on Titan
Long running anime “Attack on Titan” is finally coming to an end with Crunchyroll announcing that this Saturday November 4th in American and November 5th in Europe will be the launch date for the last ever episode -“Attack on Titan: Final Season – THE FINAL CHAPTERS: Special 2”.

Dubs will be produced by Crunchyroll in English, German, Latin American Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese. Their premiere dates will be announced at a later time. [Source: CrunchyRoll]

Untitled Ava DuVernay Series
Ava DuVernay’s untitled half-hour drama series, starring and executive produced by Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff, is not moving forward at Starz. The series followed two polar opposites falling in love and battling daily challenges.

Filming in began in North Carolina in March but was paused in May due to the WGA strike. Starz has now opted not to move forward with the series following DuVernay’s decision to walk away. The show had received a three-season pickup. [Source: Variety]

Canadian comedy “Letterkenny” will end with its upcoming twelfth season on Hulu and Crave. The final run of episodes will be released all at once on December 25th on Crave and December 26th on Hulu.

The series takes place in a fictional Ontario town and follows its residents, who belong to one of three groups – the hicks, the skids, or the hockey players. Jared Keeso, Nathan Dales, Michelle Mylett, and K Trevor Wilson star. [Source: Variety]

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