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Tell Me A Story: CBS All Access Dropped The Series For Season 3

Tell Me A Story Season 3 Not Happening: It’s Official

Kevin Williamson’s shock anthology arrangement Tell Me a Story won’t come back to CBS All Access for a third installment. This will mark the TV arrange introduction of Tell Me a Story. It also will mark the arrival to the CW for The Vampire Diaries co-creator/official maker Williamson and star Paul Wesley who stars in the two seasons of the CBS All Access arrangement, as does Danielle Campbell of The Vampire Diaries side project The Originals.

Tell Me A Story Season 1 And 2 Available On CBS For Streaming

Seasons 1 and 2 of Tell Me a Story will keep on being available on CBS All Access across platforms, with the CW authorizing the initial two seasons for a second-window run. It isn’t clear yet whether Tell Me a Story’s first season would run on the CW in the summer or be saved for fall as new seasons of broadcast systems’ ebb and flow arrangement may not be ready for a fall launch because of the coronavirus-related creation shutdown. The CW is relied upon to disclose its fall plan on Thursday.

The second season of Tell Me a Story will remain only on CBS All Access until Q4 2020. The CW will have the option to pursue it anytime that. Because of the constrained impression of CBS All Access, the CW airings would uncover Tell Me a Story to a more extensive audience. This is a rare broadcast window for a CBS All Access original arrangement.