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Designated Survivor Season 4: Has Netflix Renewed The Show? Renewal And Cancellation Updates

Is the Designated Survivor TV show on Netflix canceled or renewed? Television vultures are watching the latest cancellation and renewal news, so track the status of the fourth season of Designated Survivor.

About Designated Survivor

A Netflix political thriller, which aired during its first two seasons on ABC, Survivor star Kiefer Sutherland, Natasha McAlefon, Aden Canto, LaMonica Garrett, Cal Penn, Maggie Q, Malik Yoba, Paulo Costanzo, Zoe McLennan, Ben Lawson, Busen, Tanson, Tennessee and McKenna Grace. The drama series of the plot focuses on Tom Kirkman (Sutherland). After the attack on the Capital, the line of succession ended, this HUD Secretary became the President of the United States.

Has Designated Survivor Season 4 Been Renewed By Netflix?

Unfortunately not. Although expectations were high that the series would continue on Netflix, in July 2019, the broadcast service announced that it would not be in the fourth season.

“We are proud to offer fans the third season of The Named Survivor, and we will continue the three seasons to come,” the statement said.

“We are also grateful to the guiding vision and firm hands of artist / executive producer Neil Bear, executive producer/producer David Guggenheim and EP Mark Gordon, Susan Mismal, Simon Kinberg, Aditya Sood, and Peter Noah, along with the cast and the Are team. It produced a convincing and satisfying final season. ”

Last year, ABC canceled the Designated Survivor, but Netflix picked it up for its third season. Whether canceled or renewed for the fourth season is a question. We know that the program works well internationally and that Netflix would have received such information before the deal was closed.

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