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Gotham Knights Canceled After One Season on The CW

Published on June 13th, 2023 | Updated on June 13th, 2023 | By FanFest

Gotham Knights Meets an Early Demise as The CW Pulls the Plug on the Series

It’s a somber day for Gotham fans as The CW officially announces the cancellation of Gotham Knights after its first season on the network. This cancellation adds to the growing list of recent changes at The CW since its acquisition by Nexstar Media Group in late 2022. Alongside Gotham Knights, two other freshman dramas, Walker: Independence and The Winchesters, as well as the reboot of Kung Fu and Two Sentence Horror Stories, have also met their demise.

In a statement last month, Brad Schwartz, CW’s Entertainment President, expressed their ongoing evaluation of these shows and the budget considerations for 2024. Despite the cancellations, Schwartz emphasized their love for all the shows and their diverse contributions to the network.

Gotham Knights Canceled After One Season on The CW

So, what was Gotham Knights all about?

Gotham Knights centered around Bruce Wayne’s untimely demise, leading his rebellious adopted son to form an unlikely alliance with the offspring of Batman’s adversaries. Falsely accused of the Caped Crusader’s murder, this band of renegade misfits, now the city’s most wanted criminals, must fight to clear their names. With Gotham lacking its Dark Knight’s protection, the city descends into unprecedented danger. However, hope emerges from unexpected sources as this group of fugitives evolves into the next generation of saviors.

The series featured Oscar Morgan as Turner Hayes, Anna Lore as Stephanie Brown, Olivia Rose Keegan as Duela Dent, Navia Robinson as Carrie Kelley, Fallon Smythe as Harper Row, and Tyler DiChiara as Cullen Row. Additionally, Misha Collins portrayed Harvey Dent.

What about other show renewals on The CW?

For the upcoming 2023-2024 season, only three original shows have received renewal orders: All American for Season 6, Superman & Lois for Season 4, and Walker for Season 4. The CW has experienced various transformations since its acquisition by Nexstar, resulting in programming adjustments. Recently, the network rescued HBO Max’s FBoy Island after its cancellation on the streaming platform, giving it a new home for future seasons.

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