Fans of CW network’s hit shows “Kung Fu” and “Supernatural” were dealt a double blow recently, as the network announced the cancellation of both shows. This news comes as a surprise to many fans who had been eagerly anticipating the next seasons of their favorite shows.
“Kung Fu” is a martial arts drama that follows the adventures of a young Chinese-American woman, Nicky Shen, who travels to China to train in Kung Fu and discovers a shocking secret about her family. The show debuted to high ratings and critical acclaim, with fans praising its action-packed fight scenes and strong female lead.
“Supernatural,” on the other hand, is a long-running supernatural horror series that follows two brothers, Sam and Dean Winchester, as they hunt demons, ghosts, and other supernatural creatures. The show has been on the air for 15 seasons, making it one of the longest-running shows in CW network’s history.
The announcement of the cancellation of both shows has been met with disappointment and frustration from fans, who had been eagerly awaiting the next seasons of both shows. Many took to social media to express their disappointment and to call on the network to reconsider its decision.
The decision to cancel both shows was reportedly made as part of a larger effort by the CW network to make room for new programming. The network has recently announced several new shows, including “Naomi,” “The 4400,” and “All American: Homecoming,” among others.
Despite the cancellation of their favorite shows, fans have vowed to continue supporting the actors and creators involved in the productions. Many have also expressed hope that the shows could be picked up by other networks or streaming services, or even revived in the future.
As for the future of the CW network, it remains to be seen how its decision to cancel two beloved shows will affect its viewership and overall success. However, with a slate of new programming on the horizon, the network is clearly committed to evolving and growing, even if it means saying goodbye to old favorites.