Why was FX The Bridge Cancelled?

The cable network is known for giving its shows every possible chance to grow, so it stuck with the remake of the Scandinavian drama for another 13 episodes. The series didn’t improve in the ratings or critical reception, leading to today’s cancellation.

Will there be a season 5 of The Bridge?

The Bridge Will Not Get Series 5, SBS Confirmed. The acclaimed Scandinavian criminal drama The Bridge is broadcast in Australia (among approximately 100 other countries) on SBS since 2012.

Will there be a third season of The Bridge?

The Bridge – Season 3.

Will there be a second season of The Bridge?

FX has announced that they’ve renewed The Bridge for a second season. The 13 new episodes will kick off sometime next summer. Revolving around the tensions on US and Mexico border, The Bridge features the talents of Diane Kruger, Demián Bichir, Annabeth Gish, Thomas M. Wright, and Ted Levine.

What happened to The Bridge TV show?

FX is burning The Bridge. The cable network announced Tuesday that it has canceled the Diane Kruger–Demián Bichir drama after two seasons. Based on the popular Danish-Swedish series of the same name, the series followed two detectives on opposite sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

How many seasons of Bridge USA are there?

2The Bridge / Number of seasons

What does Saga keep putting in her mouth in The Bridge?

Throughout the series, Saga is often seen carrying a round container from which she obtains something that she then places between her gum and cheek. This is a pouch of Swedish Snus, a tobacco product that many Swedes use as an alternative to cigarettes.

Where can I watch The Bridge series 3?

Currently you are able to watch “The Bridge – Season 3” streaming on Sky Go or buy it as download on Amazon Video, Google Play Movies, Apple iTunes, Sky Store.

How many seasons of The Bridge are there?

4Bron/Broen / Number of seasons

Is there going to be a Bridge and Tunnel season 2?

On July 14, 2021, the makers renewed the series for a second season. The show is produced for Epix. Edward Burns, Aaron Lubin, and Lori Keith Douglas are the executive producers of the show.