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Cancellation News: No Season 3 for Paramount+ Drama Joe Pickett 

Cancellation News: No Season 3 for Paramount+ Drama Joe Pickett

Hasn’t Joe Pickett faced enough trauma? Now the determined yet damaged Wyoming game warden has been dealt another serious blow: cancellation. Don’t think he’ll be able to get up from this one.

TV Line, Variety and other media outlets reported the news. We were reminded of how Paramount+ gave fans a major scare back in July after Joe Pickett‘s season two finale dropped. The words “series finale” were etched on the episode’s home page resulting in fans instantly reacting and questioning the show’s apparent status on social media, including TV Goodness.

This cancellation news is especially disappointing considering the way the finale ended… with a looming threat rolling into Saddlestring. There was a cavalcade of doom entering town limits with the intent of getting justice for the Grimm Brothers, scary twins who ended up going from Joe’s worst nightmare to his strongest allies. The menacing group included Lucy’s negligent bio mom.

Joe Pickett‘s based on C.J. Box’s #1 New York Times best-selling book series. It originally aired on Spectrum where it was once the company’s most watched show.

We wish everything good for the Joe Pickett crew and cast. Michael Dorman played the always-in-trouble Joe; Julianna Guill starred as Joe’s very understanding wife, Marybeth; Sharon Lawrence was Mary Beth’s hot mess of a mom, Missy; and Mustafa Speaks played the awesome and mysterious Nate. The cast also included: David Alan Grier, Patrick Gallagher, Chad Rook and Aadila Dosani.

We’re going to keep a lookout for Skywalker Hughes, who fabulously played Joe and Marybeth’s daughter, Sheridan. Sheridan and Joe’s dynamic was one of our favorite parts of Joe Pickett. What were your highlights?

Photos: Spectrum and Paramount+

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