‘Rabbit Hole,’ ‘Fatal Attraction’ Canceled By Paramount+

Paramount+ is saying thanks but no thanks to second seasons of Rabbit Hole and Fatal Attraction.

Rabbit Hole was a spy drama that starred Kiefer Sutherland; Fatal Attraction was a reimagining of the 1987 movie that featured Joshua Jackson and Lizzy Caplan.

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“We want to thank both series’ entire creative teams, crews and the fantastic casts for their dedication to bringing these series to life,” said the Paramount+ spokesperson. “Both Fatal Attraction and Rabbit Hole will continue to be available on Paramount+ for audiences to discover.”

The eight-part Rabbit Hole launched its first season on March 26, while Fatal Attraction bowed in April.

Paramount+ has been removing titles since February in an effort to cut costs. Real World: Homecoming, along with The Twilight ZoneInterrogation, Coyote, No Activity, Guilty Party and animated series The Harper House were among the first to get the boot.

In June, Star Trek: Prodigy was the next to go, along with Grease: Rise of the Pink LadiesQueen of the Universe and The Game.

And earlier this month, Paramount+ announced it was not renewing its iCarly revival for a fourth season. The first three seasons, however, will still be available on the streamer.

Other streamers such as Netflix, the then-titled HBO Max and Disney+ have also previously removed original series from their services in an effort to save money.

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