‘The Crossing’ Canceled By ABC After One Season

ABC is not moving forward with a second season of drama series The Crossing.

The Crossing premiered April 2 with American Idol as a lead-in, but that episode of the revived singing-competition series happened to match a series-low demo rating for a regular telecast. Post-Idol, the midseason drama managed to eke out a win in the 10 PM hour with a 1.0 and 5.45 million viewers. It outperformed same night last year for ABC by double digits but fell short of previous week’s The Good Doctor wrapper and its season average, though that still left it ABC’s second-most-watched Monday 10 PM debut, behind Doctor, in nearly three years.


The series stared Steve Zahn as the sheriff of a small fishing town in Oregon who must deal with dozens of refugees from a war-torn country who arrive on its beach. One twist: The country they’re from is America — and the war they’re fleeing is 180 years in the future. The large ensemble cast also included Natalie Martinez, Sandrine Holt, Georgina Haig, Tommy Bastow, Rob Campbell, Rick Gomezo, Marcuis W. Harris, Grant Harvey, Jay Karnes, Simone Kessell, Kelley Missal, Luc Roderique and Bailey Skodje.

Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie created the ABC Studios series and executive produced along with Matt Olmstead, Jason Reed and David Von Ancken also serve as EPs.

This article was printed from https://deadline.com/2018/05/the-crossing-canceled-abc-one-season-1202383972/