Impulse Season 3 is not happening on YouTube
YouTube has now decided to discontinue airing the science-fiction thriller ‘Impulse’. But this news comes five months after season two went on air in October 2018.
The reason behind the decision for ‘Impulse’
Impulse got renewal for the production of season two in July 2018. And soon after its’ renewal YouTube shifted its strategy from playing scripted shows to playing original, unscripted documentaries. An example of this is a look into Justin Bieber’s documentary.
Other shows that received cancellation in April 2019 are: ‘Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television’, ‘Sideswiped’ and ‘Do You Want to See a Dead Body’. But, ‘Cobra Kai’ and ‘Liza On Demand’ remain in the scripted category for now. And are preparing to air their season three.
Fortunately, ‘On Becoming a God in Central Florida’ moved to Showtime. And there it acquired the renewal for its season two.
Lauren LeFranc addresses cancelation
In a social media post for the show’s fans, Lauren LeFranc addresses that the producers of ‘Impulse’ did not find success in finding a new channel or platform for the supernatural series. She says in the post while also thanking her cast, fans and crew:
“There are challenges that come with being on a new, fairly unknown streamer, especially given how chock-full the TV landscape is,”
This supernatural sci-fi thriller premiered in July 2018. It is a novel adaptation by writer Steven Gould. Jeffery Lieber developed the show. ‘Impulse’ is produced by Lauren LeFranc and Doug Liman. The show’s cast includes Massie Hasson, Enuka Okuma, Craig Arnold, Tanner Stine, and Missi Pyle.