AT&T Audience Network’s martial arts drama series “Kingdom” has been cancelled with the upcoming ten-episode third season of the series to serve as its final season.
The network and producer Endemol Shine Studios have released a joint statement regarding the ending of the show:
“We are looking forward to the upcoming third and final season of Kingdom… we expect season three to be a great one and appreciate the hard work and dedication from creator and showrunner Byron Balasco, as well as the entire cast and crew. We could not be more proud to have worked with all of them on such an amazing series.”
Actor Jonathan Tucker, who plays Jay Kulina, tweeted the news on Saturday, saying he “could not be prouder to have been a part of it. [I’m] grateful to our extraordinary crew (I have worked with no better), dedicated castmates, vocal fans & the generous world of MMA. Honored.”
Frank Grillo, Nick Jonas, Kiele Sanchez, Matt Lauria, Joanna Going and Natalie Martinez star alongside Tucker in the series which first premiered on DirecTV in 2014 to positive reviews. The third and final season premieres May 31st on AT&T’s Audience Network, AT&T U-verse, and the new streaming service DIRECTV NOW.