Aftermath Cancelled After One Season


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It is being reported that Aftermath has been cancelled after its first season. The Canadian-produced sci-fi drama ran for 13 episodes late last year but failed to find a sizeable audience on either side of the border.

Star James Tupper was first to break the news, posting to his Twitter account that the series will not be returning for Season 2. Tupper and co-star Anne Heche played a couple battling for the survival of their family when civilization as they know it comes to an apocalyptic end.




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