‘The Promised Land’ Moves To Hulu To End Its Season 1
Good news: You’ll see the first season of Promised land end. Bad news: It won’t be on ABCand most likely there are only six more episodes of the series left.
The film has been pulled from the network’s prime time schedule, TVLine report. The last episode to air on ABC is Episode 5, on Monday, February 21, at 10:00 a.m. Starting with Episode 6 on March 1, the rest of the season will be released on Hulu on Tuesday. The conversion happened in the middle of season 10 episodes.
“Promised land is a beautifully executed and incredibly entertaining series that everyone at our company is incredibly proud of,” an ABC representative said in a statement to the company. TVLine. “We know there is a passionate audience that is very invested in this show, and those audiences will be able to stream all the next episodes exclusively on Hulu every Tuesday for the rest of the show. Season.”
In “Los Rivales (Rivals),” the final episode airing on ABC, Joe (John Ortiz) reluctantly accepts the help of Father Ramos’ (Yul Vazquez). Lettie (Cecilia Suárez) spends the day with Daniela (Natalia del Riego), while Mateo (Augusto Aguilera) found an unexpected business partner in Carmen (Mariel Molino). In addition, Veronica (Christina Ochoa) discovers more about Michael (Andrew J. West), and young Joe and Billy (Rolando Chusan) encountering a visitor from their past.
The move to Hulu comes as the generations-long TV series about a Latino family jostling for wealth and power in California’s Sonoma Valley has enjoyed low ratings, with a 0.2 rating in the world. main introduction (adults 18-49) and latest episode, 1.5 million viewers. Its Live + 7 DVR numbers are also low, with an average of 2.9 million viewers and a rating of 0.3 (last for ABC dramas).
Promised land also stars Tonatiuh, Andres Velez, Katya Martín, and Bellamy Young.
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