The Wilds: Cancelled; No Season Three for Survival Drama Series on Prime Video (Reactions)

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The story of this group of young survivors won’t get a third season. Prime Video has cancelled The Wilds TV series so, there won’t be a third season.

Starring Rachel Griffiths, David Sullivan, Troy Winbush, Sophia Ali, Sarah Pidgeon, Jenna Clause, Erana James, Mia Healey, Helena Howard, Reign Edwards, and Shannon Berry, The Wilds series follows the female survivors of a plane crash on a deserted island. In season two, a group of young males finds themselves in the same situation. Both groups are forced to navigate emotional and physical obstacles in the face of their extreme circumstances. The male survivors are played by Zack Calderon, Aidan Laprete, Nicholas Coombe, Charles Alexander, Miles Gutierrez-Riley, Reed Shannon, Tanner Ray Rook, and Alex Fitzalan.

The Wilds was created by Sarah Streicher and ordered to series in May 2019. It debuted in December 2020. After a positive reception from both critics and viewers, the Prime Video drama was renewed for a second season later the same month. Production was moved to Australia during the pandemic.

Season two debuted in May and, despite positive reviews, Prime Video has now opted to cancel the show. A few members of the cast have shared their reactions via social media.

What do you think? Did you enjoy The Wilds TV series? Are you disappointed that this Prime Video show won’t be back for a third season?

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