‘Fatal Attraction,’ ‘Rabbit Hole’ Canceled After One Season Each at Paramount+

Both “Rabbit Hole” and the “Fatal Attraction” TV series have been canceled after just one season each at Paramount+, Variety has learned.

“‘Fatal Attraction’ and ‘Rabbit Hole’ will not be returning for second seasons on Paramount+,” a Paramount+ spokesperson said in a statement. “We want to thank both series’ entire creative teams, crews and the fantastic casts for their dedication to bringing these series to life. Both ‘Fatal Attraction’ and ‘Rabbit Hole’ will continue to be available on Paramount+ for audiences to discover.”

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“Fatal Attraction” was a reboot of the 1987 film of the same name. The show originally debuted on the streamer with its first three episodes on April 30 and concluded on May 28.

Lizzy Caplan and Joshua Jackson starred in the series as Alexandra Forrest and Daniel Gallagher, the roles originally played by Glenn Close and Michael Douglass in the film.

The series official synopsis states: “In the present day, after serving 15 years in prison for the murder of Alexandra Forrest, Daniel Gallagher is paroled with the goals of reconnecting with his family and proving his innocence. In 2008, Dan first meets Alex and his world begins to unravel after their brief affair threatens to destroy the life he’s built with his wife, Beth.”

Amanda Peet starred as Beth, with Toby Huss as Mike Gerard, Brian Goodman as Arthur Tomlinson, Alyssa Jirrels as Ellen Gallagher, and Reno Wilson as Detective Earl Brooker.

Alexandra Cunningham and Kevin J. Hynes developed the series for television and served as showrunner and executive producer. Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey of Amblin Television also executive produced. Silver Tree directed five of the eight episodes and was an executive producer. Paramount Television Studios produced.

“Rabbit Hole” starred Kiefer Sutherland in a return to the espionage thriller genre after his days on the Fox drama “24.” It debuted on Paramount+ on March 26 and concluded after eight episodes on May 7.

Sutherland played John Weir, described as “a master of deception in the world of corporate espionage, who is framed for murder by powerful forces with the ability to influence and control populations.”

Along with Sutherland, the show starred Charles Dance, Meta Golding, Enid Graham, Rob Yang, Walt Klink, and Jason Butler Harner. John Requa and Glenn Ficarra created the series and served as executive producers alongside Sutherland, Charlie Gogolak, Suzan Bymel, and Hunt Baldwin. Requa and Ficarra also directed four of the eight episodes. CBS Studios produced.

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