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The Purge: Is The Show Officially Cancelled?

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The horror series released his second season on December 17, 2019. In any case, will there be a third season? The fans of the series are eager to know; Thriller Purge has given four staggering movies and two amazing seasons to wtch. The series released its season 1 in September 2018 and the next season in 2019.

Season 1 of this horror series was astonishing. The second season examines what happens in the remainder of the seasons, aftera mind-boggling night, in any case, wrapped by a touchy fulfillment, reflecting the odds of Purge Night through a couple past nine energizing episodes of the series. They were all loved by the fans. In any case, two seasons were released, and the demand for the third season began to rise.

Source: Screen Rant

About The Happening Of The Third Season

However, the horror series was formally canceled in May 2020, which implies no season 3. The horror series probably isn’t going for a substitute structure, as the show NBC Universal has.

While the studies made a season 2, and likewise Purge got exorbitant to pass on, the main clarification for its trouble is that there should be a general change in programming from the early scripted to live projects and without an official content.

What’s The Reason For Its Cancelation

The reason behind the cancelation of the third season was to move to the United States. As the system, they need to focus more on unlisted programming and various projects as opposed to various shows

In any case, since the two races were varying during the events and separate from this present reality, they existed inside a relative universe, the three runs of The Purge TV series couldn’t be an absolutely elective course. The horror series has played with the normal course of events that lead The Purge Establishment through different seasons, flashbacks, and estimation concerning when the next season arrives.

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New Movies + Shows to Watch this Weekend: Netflix’s ‘Ratched’ + More

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Ah, another week in the books which means another weekend is waiting just ahead for us! While some people will be busy this weekend celebrating the Jewish New Year (l’shana tova!), that does not mean you can’t spend your time hiding from all your relatives bored out of your mind! Why not use those precious minutes of peace as an opportunity to catch up on all your favorite titles? And this weekend, there are a ton of new movies and shows on streaming ready for you to discover. But don’t waste your time figuring out what to watch, because whether you’re looking on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, or all of the above, starting with the freshest titles is always the wisest move. Here are the new releases you can watch this weekend and where to stream them.

New Movies and Shows to Stream This Weekend: Ratched, PEN15 Season 2, and All In: The Fight for Democracy

People are already buzzing about the binge-worthy shows and new movies on streaming this weekend, so we won’t let you get behind. First up on Netflix is the new series Ratched, the thrilling drama show starring Sarah Paulson as the infamous villain from “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.” Over on Hulu, the hysterically-traumatic series Pen15 is releasing its second cringe-worthy season; and on Amazon Prime Video All In: The Fight for Democracy is ready and waiting for those who are looking to educate themselves on a major issue facing U.S. citizens today: voter suppression. We could keep raving about the impressive titles new on streaming this weekend, but instead we will just direct you to the content below:

New on Netflix September 18: Ratched

Sarah Paulson is Nurse Ratched in the new hit series Ratched on Netflix. Inspired by the classic novel “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” this Ryan Murphy and Evan Romansky drama series takes a deep dive into the story behind the novel’s main antagonist, Nurse Mildred Ratched and how she scammed, manipulated and bribed her way into psychiatric hospital in 1947. Star Sarah Paulson portrays the titular character as a woman teetering on the edge of both good and evil, and you never quite know if she considers herself the hero or villain of her own story, making the dark and twisted series that more compelling. Get ready to meet the real nurse in Ratched, one of the top shows to watch this month on Netflix.

Stream Ratched on Netflix

New on Hulu September 18: PEN15: Season 2

The adorkable comedy series Pen15 is back for another cringe-worthy, hormone-raging season on Hulu. Creators Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle are back to play the younger, teenage outcast versions of themselves in this hit comedy series set in the year 2000. However, this season you can expect all the same fun but also a twinge of darkness as the show examines the fallout of Anna’s parents’ divorce. But worry not, Pen15 seems to have beaten the sophomore slump with an impossibly-funnier second season that brings all the laughs and a ton more heart.

Stream PEN15: Season 2 on Hulu

New on Amazon Prime Video September 18: All In: The Fight for Democracy

New on Amazon Prime Video is All In: The Fight for Democracy, the exposing documentary about the truth of voter suppression in America. Through this film, filmmakers Lisa Cortes and Liz Garbus examine the history of voter suppression in the country and introduce us to the activists who are fighting the fight for U.S. citizens today. With interviews from today’s top leaders such as Stacey Abrams, Carol Anderson, Kristen Clarke and more, All In: The Fight for Democracy will inspire you to get to the polls and try to help those who have a harder time doing so.

Stream All In: The Fight for Democracy on Prime Video

Full List of New Movies and Shows on Streaming This Weekend

The options above only scratch the surface, so you know that this weekend’s full lineup will have amazing options for what to watch this weekend! For the full breakdown of the best movies and shows to stream now, or if you’re still undecided on what to stream this weekend, then check out the complete list below:

New on Netflix- Full List

Released Friday, September 18

American Barbecue Showdown *NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous *NETFLIX FAMILY
Ratched *NETFLIX ORIGINAL

New on Hulu- Full List

Released Friday, September 18

Babyteeth (2019)
Gemini Man (2019)
Pen15: Complete Season 2 (Hulu Original)
Sherman’s Showcase: Black History Month Special (IFC)
StarDog and TurboCat (2020)
The Fight (2020)

Released Sunday, September 20

The Haunted (2020)

New on Amazon Prime Video- Full List

Released Friday, September 18

All In: The Fight for Democracy *Amazon Original Movie (2020)
Antebellum (2020)
Gemini Man (2019)
Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs (2019)

New on Disney+ – Full List

Released Friday, September 18

Becoming – Original Series Premiere: Episodes 101-110 Available *Disney+ Original
Bend it Like Beckham
Coop & Cami Ask the World (S2)
Europe from Above (S1)
Ever After: A Cinderella Story
Kingdom of the Mummies (S1)
Marvel Super Hero Adventures (s4)
Notre Dame: Race Against the Inferno
Once Upon a Time (S1-7)
One Day At Disney – Episode 142 – “Dr. Natalie Mylniczenko: Veterinarian” *Disney+ Original
Soy Luna (S2-3)
Violetta (S3)
Weird But True – Episode 306 – “Trains” *Disney+ Original
Wicked Tuna (S9)

New on HBO- Full List

Released Friday, September 18

Habla Now (HBO)
La Musiquita Por Dentro, 2019 (HBO)

Released Saturday, September 19

The Invisible Man, 2020 (HBO)

New on Starz- Full List

Released Friday, September 18

Absolute Deception (2013)
Air (2015)
Brigsby Bear (2017)
Buttons: A Christmas Tale (2018)
Gattaca (1997)
Go (1999)
Maggie’s Plan (2016)
Man Of The House (2005)
Maudie (2017)
Norman: The Moderate Rise And Tragic Fall Of A New York Fixer (2017)
The Ballad Of Lucy Whipple (2000)
The Bravados (1958)
The Broken Land (1962)
The Bronze (2016)
The Covenant (2006)
The Glass House (2001)
The Master Of Disguise (2002)
Third Person (2014)
Truth (2015)

Released Sunday, September 20

Power Book II: Ghost – Episode 103

New on Showtime- Full List

Released Saturday, September 19

Paranoia

New on BritBox- Full List

Released Friday, September 18

This Farming Life: Season 4 | Exclusive, North American Premiere

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Keanu Reeves Talks Keeping Up His Gym Physique When Matrix 4 Shut Down

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The past few years have seen nostalgia dominate the entertainment industry. And as a result, countless long awaited sequels and reboots have found their way to theaters. One of those upcoming projects is Lana Wachowski’s mysterious Matrix 4 movie, which will feature a mixture of new and familiar faces. Keanu Reeves is back playing Neo, and he recently revealed how he managed to stay in shape during the months-long break of filming.

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SNEAK PEEK: EXCLUSIVE Preview of Marvel’s SPIDER-WOMAN #4

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Spider-Woman finds herself in the last place on Earth she wants to be: Wundagore Mountain. What could possibly bring Jess back to the place that gave her powers? Who would put someone through that trauma? The answers will shock you! It’s about to get very, VERY personal.

Swinging into stores and onto your favorite digital platforms on Wednesday 23 September

Author: Ross Hutchinson

South African father, technology, sci-fi, fantasy nut and lifelong comic reader….. my love of costumed capers started very early after a chance encounter with a spinner full of comics in a local convenience store. I am a fan of all things Marvel, Dc, and Image including X-men, X-force, New Mutants, Teen Titans, Saga, Hellboy, Wayward, Gen13, Nightwing, Sandman and many more.

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