Fantastic news has been shared by The Hollywood Reporter that Da Vinci's Demons has been renewed for a third season, though sadly without David S. Goyer as show runner.
Starz's Da Vinci's Demons will return for a third season with a new showrunner.
The drama starring Tom Riley has been renewed for a third season with Hell on Wheels alum John Shiban taking over for series creator David Goyer as showrunner, the premium cable network announced Tuesday. Goyer, who is juggling multiple film and TV projects including NBC's buzzy Hellblazer adaptation Constantine, will stay on as an exec producer.
The Saturday drama is averaging about 3.7 million total viewers across all platforms. Production on season three of the drama from Adjacent Pictures will begin in Wales in the spring for a return to the network in 2015.
With the third season renewal, Da Vinci's Demons becomes the first original drama series to earn a third season at the network following Spartacus. The series joins a roster of originals that includes Black Sails and upcoming dramas Power, Outlander, Flesh and Bone, The Missing and comedies Blunt Talk and Survivor's Remorse.