Woke Watchmen TV Creator Bails, Second Season May Not Happen

Anything that goes woke already sealed its fate by going broke and in this case, it looks like the politically charged HBO show The Watchmen won’t see a renewal when it comes to a second season after the creator bailed out.

The writing is always on the wall when it comes to SJW stuff surviving out in the open sea. It’s not a matter of “if” but “when” with woke games and shows dying off, and it looks The Watchmen show won’t see a second run as per Geeks + Gamers:

In case you may not have watched the video all the way through, the creator for the woke TV adaptation of the comic and film by Zack Snyder has bailed and looks to be done with the whole show.

Geeks + Gamers sourced publication site usatoday.com saying creator and showrunner Damon Lindelof isn’t interested in doing The Watchmen anymore:

“Lindelof told USA TODAY this week that he’s told the story he wants to tell and has no interest in a second season, though he’s “given my blessing” to HBO should it want to pursue a new installment with another writer-producer.”

Furthermore, we learn that HBO programming chief Casey Bloys told USA Today that a second season or continuation is unlikely to happen:

 “It would be hard to imagine doing it without Damon involved in some way.”

But there’s more, website boundingintocomics.com claims that the show, according to TV Series Finale, debuted with just shy of 800,000 total viewers. Nevertheless, the series finale saw 935,000 people tune in with an average viewership per episode sitting around 759,000.

So what can we gather from all of this? Well, Lindelof planted the propaganda seed in hopes that someone would be inspired by the woke TV show to spread said cancer throughout the medium. If you don’t believe me, this quote by the rollingstone.com sums up his motive:

“I do have a desire for there to be more Watchmen. Maybe these nine episodes have demonstrated that the playing field is a little bit larger than previously thought. It may inspire someone else to tell a Watchmen story. But right now, I don’t have any more ideas. Whether you call something a limited series or an ongoing series, that’s fodder for awards consideration. I’m not comfortable calling this anything other than nine complete episodes with a beginning, a middle, and an end. There is no promise of a continuation.”

Lastly, Centrists™ and SJWs holding their breath will likely find an ending that’s uncanny than sitting down and watching the Watchmen’s second season.

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