Fans are pushing another installment with another internet petition, but with such low numbers the future might not be so bright
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Stitchers Won’t Return for Season 4, Freeform Decided
UPDATED September 17, 2017: The most recent third installment of this sci-fi drama series has just wrapped up in August, and despite fans’ best efforts on various social network to campaign for the renewal, the Freeform network has just announced that Stitchers has been cancelled after three seasons – no Season 4 for the show. The cancellation decision, unfortunately, came as no surprise, because despite a loyal fan following, the series continued delivering poor ratings, having averaged less than 0.4 million viewers during the third run.
An American sci-fi criminal drama television series, Stitchers has premiered on Freeform (when it was still ABC Family) in 2015. The current third season debuted on June 5th, 2017 with ten brand new episodes. Created by Jeffrey Alan Schechter, Stitchers is produced by StoryBy Productions, Like The Wind Productions and ABC Family Original Productions and executive produced by Jonathan Baruch, Robert Wolken, Todd Holland and Jeff Schechter.
Kirsten Clark (Emma Ishta) is a brilliant computer science grad student at Caltech who is recruited into the undercover Stitchers project. Talented neuroscientist Cameron Goodkin (Kyle Harris) and communications technician Linus Ahluwala (Ritesh Rajan) work alongside Kirsten to “stitch” her into the memories of the recently deceased in order to reveal the true reasons behind their deaths.
Overall ratings and a possible season 4
There is actually an internet petition out, which is desperately trying to push a fourth season of Stitchers. Originally, the show started off with 1.28 Million viewers for its premiere episode, but since then the numbers dropped significantly to an average of a mere 0.35 Million in the third season. This is somewhat surprising, because the overall ratings are rather positive with a strong 7 out of 10 stars on IMDb, a solid 8.3 out of 10 on TV.com and 3/5 on Common Sense Media. The ever confusing Rotten Tomatoes somewhat trashes these ratings with a dismal 29% overall approval rating, but the average audience rating is still 4.3 out of 5 stars with 83% actually liking the show.