NBC has decided to pull the plug on “A.D.: The Bible Continues” after only one season. According to Variety, NBC has canceled “A.D.: The Bible Continues” due to low ratings. “A.D” averaged about 6.5 million viewers and a 1.o in adults 18-49 in live-plus-7 Nielsen ratings across its 12-episode run, which ended June 21.
Will there be a sequel to A.D. The Bible Continues?
A.D. The Bible Continues will not be continuing. NBC is not commenting, but it is understood that the network has opted not to go forward with a second installment of Mark Burnett and Roma Downey’s follow-up to their blockbuster miniseries The Bible.
Why was ad Kingdom and Empire Cancelled?
The series was initially cancelled due to lower-than-expected ratings: “A.D” averaged a little over 6 million viewers. A. D. The Bible Continues was designed as a limited series, as a followup to Burnett and Downey’s blockbuster 2013 “The Bible” left off and showcase stories from Christianity’s initial years.
How many seasons are in A.D. The Bible Continues?
NBC has canceled “A.D.: The Bible Continues” after one season, but producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey plan to return to the greatest story ever told on their nascent digital channel.