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Fans have been waiting for the American suspense drama series, Salvation, to return for its third season. Unfortunately, the series was canceled after its second season, so we will not be seeing the series return for its third season.

Liz Kruger, Craig Shapiro, and Matt Wheeler created the thriller series, running for two seasons with twenty-six episodes. Consist of thirteen episodes, the series premiered on CBS on July 12, 2017, and last aired on September 20, 2017. The second season ran from June 25, 2018, to September 17, 2018, and also had thirteen episodes.

The featured cast of Salvation includes Santiago Cabrera, Jennifer Finnigan, Charlie Rowe, Jacqueline Byers, Rachel Drance, Shazi Raja, Ian Anthony Dale, Melia Kreiling, and Ashley Thomas as the show’s main characters.

Salvation focuses on discovering an asteroid that will impact the Earth in just six months, highlighting the attempts to prevent it and its worldwide ramifications. The show looks at how different individuals and groups react to impending doom.

The series received average ratings from the critics and held 44% ratings on rotten tomatoes.
There is a unanimity among critics that Salvation is typical summer TV, “a low stake is entertainment that may also skip the time properly allotted for simple public viewing if it doesn’t make any memorable stops along the way.”

The viewership and not being super successful might be one of the reasons why the series didn’t get a third season.

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