A new Halloween TV show has been pulled from the schedules of multiple networks, but the cancellation is still not over.
“The Walking Dead” was canceled in late October.
In a statement, AMC said that it will be “working closely with” The CW to figure out what “happened,” but it said that the network is “committed to continuing the legacy of The Walking Dead.”
The show has a history of running into trouble in the past, but it’s still airing and is expected to be renewed for a fifth season.
The CW also announced that the “Stranger Things” TV show would not be renewed.
It also pulled the show from the schedule for its fall premiere.
It is currently airing on Netflix and Amazon.
The cancellation marks the first time that a TV show in its first season has been canceled for lack of a season.
“This is a sad day for me personally, for the creative team and especially for the fans,” showrunner Scott M. Gimple told the Hollywood Reporter in a statement.
“I’ve been in the business of producing high-quality, thought-provoking and original programming for decades, and I’ve never seen something like this happen.
I’m incredibly grateful to the people of AMC for letting this opportunity slip away.
I know they’ll continue to do the right thing and let this franchise grow.”
“The Killing” and “Hannibal” both ran for three seasons on Fox before their seasons were cancelled.
The show’s producers announced that they will not be renewing the series, and the network has said that they do not plan to renew the show.
AMC, meanwhile, announced that it would be “making no further comment at this time.”