Terra Nova will never get a second season, thanks a gigantic production budget, but the story can continue on in your imagination, with a little help.
A couple weeks back, we reported that the Producers of Terra Nova were making a pitch to Netflix to pick up the big-mystery dinosaur adventure show. Those talks concluded with no deal made.
Fox recently decided against renewing Terra Nova for a second season, mostly due to the production costs associated with the show.
Fox will not be renewing its dinosaur adventure show, Terra Nova. Yes, we’ve known for some time the popular series was on the list of possible shows to get chopped.
In what is perhaps bad news for fans of medical mysteries, Fox has decided not to renew House M.D. for a ninth season.
"We made money on Terra Nova, the studio made money on it, and the audience enjoyed it. The show looked fantastic... It's clearly a concept people wanted to watch. They had ample opportunity to reject it: they didn't."
The first season of Fox’s prehistoric thriller, Terra Nova, is over after 11 episodes - which technically numbered 13 due to the two double episodes which framed the season.
I enjoyed Terra Nova right from the start. A lot of cash has been poured into the sci-fi series, and it really shows in all the right places. The sets are beautiful, the characters interesting, and the effects outstanding.
The pilot episode of the long-awaited Terra Nova debuted on Fox this past Monday night. The show is set in 2149, on a dying Earth threatened with extinction due to heavily polluted air and extreme overpopulation.
Fox has finally released a behind the scenes featurette for its upcoming pilot for Terra Nova, the much delayed, much anticipated science fiction series.
After much delay, Terra Nova will finally debut this September. However, the first season will only feature 13 episodes due to inordinately high production values.
All four of the major networks have checked in and announced their fall line-ups.
Fox recently blamed the delay of its long-awaited "Terra Nova" series on visual effects that "required more time to be realized." At least, that was the official explanation.