"Ash vs. Evil Dead" has been canceled on Starz, Variety has confirmed.
The series will air its third season finale on April 29, which will now serve as the series finale. The series saw Bruce Campbell repeat the role of Ash Williams, the chainsaw anti-hero in charge of saving the world from evil in the franchise of the movie "Evil Dead". The series also starred Dana DeLorenzo, Ray Santiago and Lucy Lawless.
The third season saw Ash, passing from the murderous urban legend to the hero of the city who saves humanity, discovering that he has a lost daughter who has trusted in his care. Meanwhile, Kelly (DeLorenzo) witnessed a televised massacre with the fingerprints of Ruby (Lawless), and she returned with a new friend to warn Ash and Pablo (Santiago) that the evil was not over yet.
Campbell was also executive producer of the series, along with Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert of the original film franchise. The program had suffered a steep fall in its ratings during season 3, averaging only a rating of 0.08 in adults aged 18 to 49 years and 177,000 viewers per episode with two episodes remaining in the season.
Starz's current original list includes "Power" "American Gods" and "Counterpart." They will also release the "Sweetbitter" and "Vida" shows in May. The premium cabler previously canceled the comedy "Survivor & # 39; s Remorse" in October after four seasons.