All the Amazon shows canceled in 2022: Paper Girls, Night Sky, and more

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Carnival Row Season 2
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Amazon shows ending: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

After the release of the fourth season, Amazon confirmed that The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 5 would happen. Amazon also confirmed that the season would be the last.

This isn’t really a cancellation. It wasn’t purely Amazon’s decision to bring the story to an end. This was also a show decision to make sure the end of Midge’s journey could be told. After all, we need to see the story end. We’re not complaining too much about it ending, except that we’ll need to find another great dramedy.

Amazon shows ending: Hunters

At the end of 2022, we finally got the premiere date for Hunters Season 2. This came almost three years after the first season dropped, and it came after radio silence about the series. It wasn’t all that surprising then to find out that Season 2 would also be the final hunt.

This is a series that could continue in our heads. There are still Nazis out there. However, Jonah got some closure about his grandmother and the team managed to bring Adolf Hitler to justice. Oh Hitler being known as just a number was perfect.

Amazon shows ending: Carnival Row

Another show Amazon confirmed would premiere in 2023 was Carnival Row. The news came at the end of 2022 after years of silence. At the same time, Amazon confirmed the season would be the last. This wasn’t too surprising with rumors that the set had been pulled down in Prague.

The season is still to air on Amazon, but it looks like it is written as a final season. We’ll see the fae rise up in a revolution against the humans after being confined to Carnival Row at the end of the first season.

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