‘Walker: Independence’ canceled after one season at The CW

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“Walkers: Independence” has been canceled on The CW after only one season, Diversity Have you learnt.

The series served as a prequel to fellow CW show “Walkers”, which was just renewed for season 4 on the network.

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The show is set in the late 1800s. According to the official description, it follows “Abby Walker (Katherine McNamara), a rich and tough-minded Bostonian whose husband is murdered before her eyes during a trip to the west. Callian (Justin Johnson Cortez), an inquisitor After crossing paths with Apache Tracker, Abby arrives in the town Independence, Texas, where she encounters diverse and eclectic residents fleeing their pasts, pursuing their dreams, and holding secrets of their own. .

The cast also included Katie Findlay, Lawrence Kao, Matt Barr, Philemon Chambers, Greg Hovhannesian and Gabriela Quezada.

The teleplay for the pilot was written by Seamus Kevin Fahey from a co-written and chased by a bear by Anna Frick. Both serve as executive producers, with Jared Padalecki, Dan Lin and Rideback's Lindsey Liberatore, and Chased by a Bear starring Laura Terry. Larry Teng also executive produced and directed the pilot. Produced by CBS Studios.

Since acquiring a majority stake in The CW last year, parent company Nexstar has largely turned away from the network's previous scripted series strategy and instead focused on low-cost unscripted fare, foreign acquisitions, and live sports such as LI golf. . Recently, CW HBO Max picks up reality series “Fboy Island” for a third season, while also ordering a spinoff series, “Fgirl Island”.

On the scripted side, network first Renewed high school football drama “All American”

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