That’s it for the short lived ‘Damien’. ‘The Omen’ follow up TV series on A&E. It has been canceled at the end of it’s first season. Exec producer Glen Mazzara (The Walking Dead) tweeted this out –
“This hurts to say but #Damien will not be getting a second season. Thank you from all of us to our amazing fans,” Mazzara wrote on Twitter, thanking the cast, A&E and crew. “I really loved making #Damien. We all did. We just never got the numbers there. Gave i[t] our best shot.”
The drama was originally picked up straight-to-series with a six-episode order at Lifetime before moving to corporate sibling A&E, where it scored an additional four-episode pickup. The series explored a 30-year-old Damien (Bradley James, Homeland) who is haunted by his past and who now must come to terms with his true destiny: that he’s the Antichrist, the most feared man throughout the ages. The series will fill in the gap of what happened to Damien for the past 25 years and see the character pulled in both directions as he vies to save the world and himself.
On to the next one as they say.