September 14, 2016


‘Bloodline’ Will End After Season 3

Saeed Adyani/Netflix
Saeed Adyani/Netflix

Bloodline will make its upcoming third season on Netflix its last, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The drama starring Kyle Chandler will reportedly return next year for a shortened third season and then conclude. The final 10-episode run, set to air sometime in 2017, was finalized in July.

Bloodline debuted in 2015, and its second season was released in full in late May. Series creators Todd A. Kessler, Daniel Zelman and Glenn Kessler had said that they had hoped for five or six seasons for the show.

Although Netflix does not release viewership numbers, the streaming service has only prematurely ended a handful of original series, including Hemlock Grove and Lilyhammer. Hits like Narcos and Stranger Things were recently renewed for new seasons on Netflix.