Kevin Williamson’s ‘Tell Me A Story’ Canceled On CBS All Access; Existing 2 Seasons To Air On The CW

Kevin Williamson's 'Tell Me A Story' Canceled On CBS All Access; Existing 2 Seasons To Air On The CW 1It looks like the CBS All Access anthology series ‘Tell Me A Story’ from Kevin Williamson has reached the end of its run on CBS All Access. It was announced today that the show will not be returning for a third season on the streaming service.

While the series will not be coming back for a third season, the first two seasons of the dark fairy tale anthology series (currently available on CBS All Access) will be making their network debut on The CW, although no premiere has been announced as of yet. The first two seasons will reportedly also remain on CBS All Access which should be good news for fans who haven’t yet had a chance to finish the show. While nothing has been confirmed, it seems safe to say that the CW broadcasts will surely require censorship cuts due to elements such as language, partial nudity and drug content which obviously won’t fly on network television. Nonetheless, the network debut will still bring the show to a wider audience and give non-subscribers a chance to finally check it out.

Are you a fan of ‘Tell Me A Story’ and are you disappointed that it won’t be returning for another season? Don’t hesitate to sound off in the comments with your thoughts!

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