Amazon has announced that it has effectively cancelled its drama series “Hand of God” with the upcoming second season to be the show’s last. Season two was announced in December and will return at a yet-to-be announced date in 2017.
Ron Perlman starred as a hard-living, law-bending married judge who suffers a mental breakdown and goes on a vigilante quest to find the rapist who tore his family apart.
He begins to rely on visions and messages he believes are being sent by God through his ventilator-bound son. Dana Delany and Garret Dillahunt co-starred while Marc Forster and Ben Watkins produced.
Amazon does not release ratings, but it’s rare for a series on a digital platform to come to such an early end which suggests they weren’t what the streamer hoped. It’s a better fate than Amazon’s U.S. “Mad Dogs” remake which was just one and done.
They have plenty of drama on the way though with season two of “The Man in the High Castle,” the new David E. Kelley drama “Goliath,” and a third season of “Bosch”.
Source: The Live Feed