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Alan Cumming Shares His Thoughts On Instinct’s Cancellation

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If you don’t know already, CBS has decided not to renew the comedy and drama crime series Instinct. Thus canceling the show after two seasons. It is a sad news not only for us but for the cast too. The main lead of the show, Alan Cumming, shares a few words on this cancelation.

Alan Cumming is Not Happy About Instinct’s Cancellation

The lead actor of the crime show, Alan Cumming had a few words to say about the cancellation. He took to his instagram to post some pictures from the set with a very heartwarming caption.

Almost exactly three years ago I was sent a galley copy of a book by @jamespattersonbooks and @howardroughan and then I met the show runner @mbr34 who was to adapt it for TV and I jumped in. And I’m still in, for two more episodes tomorrow and the last one ever next Sunday. And while I’m sorry I won’t be getting to play with @bojnovak and the rest of the amazing cast and crew again, I’m grateful for two seasons of fun and gore and feeling like a dandy thanks to @danlawsonstyle’s costumes, and selfies with corpses and vegan options at catering and Lala’s occasional guest appearances in the police station when she got bored in her basket beneath my desk.

Whil showing his gratitude to the whole cast and crew, Alan Cumming also shared another sweet aspect of the show. He played an openly gay leading character on the show. Cumming stated that he was proud for having done that. He hopes that it will help change minds by seeing this same sex marriage portrayed on the screen.

Instinct was a show starring Cumming as an ex-CIA operative who is also a gifted professor. He has to help the NYPD catch a dangerous serial killer. The show premiered in 2018 and ran for two seasons. It also stars Bojana Novakovic, Daniel Igns, Naveen Andrews, Micheal B. Silver, Daniel Mastrogiorgio and Sharon Leal. The show is adapted from a James Patterson novel.

Creator Of The Show Is Devastated Too!

Along with the fans and cast, the creator of the show Micheal Rauch also had a few words to say about the news. On twitter he wrote:

Let’s hope that Instinct may get picked up by another network like other shows did such as The Expanse, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and One Day At a Time.

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