‘The Divide’ Cancelled By WE TV After One Season

The Divide, which marked WE TV’s first original scripted series, will not be coming back for a second season. “We are extremely proud of The Divide and grateful to its brilliant creators, Richard LaGravenese and Tony Goldwyn, and an amazing cast and crew, for bringing this story to life as WE tv’s first scripted series,” the network said in a statement. The Divide, created by LaGravenese and Goldwyn, was originally developed and piloted by WE TV sibling AMC before it was picked up by WE TV as its first original.

The legal drama, described as exploration of morality, ambition, ethics, politics and race in today’s justice system, starred Marin Ireland, Paul Schneider, Damon Gupton, Nia Long and Clarke Peters.

WE tv made a push with The Divide, with its premiere available a week before the July debut on various of platforms, including Roku. Still, The Divide had a quiet 10-episode run, which ended in August.

WE TV is currently in production on its followup original drama series, supernatural one-hour South of Hell, produced by Eli Roth.


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