Some very sad news has been posted today about The Nevers. According to Variety, HBO has cancelled The Nevers and pulled the series from its streaming platform. It seems we will not be seeing the second half of season 1, which we had hoped to see in the near future. It is not clear if Tom Riley fans will ever get to see him play Augie Bidlow. This must be devastating news for cast and crew, just before Christmas.
“The Nevers” has been canceled halfway through its first season by HBO. The Joss Whedon-created sci-fi drama will be pulled from streaming on HBO Max, along with the recently canceled HBO series “Westworld,” Variety has confirmed. The Laura Donnelly and Ann Skelly-led “The Nevers,” which aired Part 1 of its first season in Spring 2021, was set to debut the back half of Season 1 next year on HBO. Sources close to the situation say it’s possible that the already finished batch of episodes — which were completed under new showrunner Philippa Goslett, who came on board following the exit of Whedon before the show even debuted — will air on another platform.
Cast member Claudia Black has heard that the second half of season 1 may screen on a free channel somewhere.
I have been told, the back six that was filmed of season one The Nevers will air on a free channel somewhere. I’m not surprised by the bad news bc when I was standing in a buffet line at a launch party for a friend’s doc pre Covid he said “Eat up, this is the end for HBO”— Claudia Black SEP ONLY 1 ACCOUNT (@TheClaudiaBlack) December 13, 2022