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Colony is American Drama TV series. Created by Ryan J. Condal. Produced by Legendary Television. Stars: Josh Holloway, Sarah Wayne Callies, Peter Jacobson. Also known as Colony in Germany. It debuted on Jan 14, 2016, on USA Network. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.4 *. Colony is filmed in Canada.


How Many Season Does Colony Have: 3 (36 episodes)

Season 4

USA Network

Season 3

Season premieres on May 2, 2018

Finale: July 25, 2018

USA Network, 13 episodes

Season 2

Season premieres on January 12, 2017

Finale: April 6, 2017

USA Network, 13 episodes

Season 1

2016, USA Network, 10 episodes

Where Can I Watch Colony Online

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Colony TV Show Schedule

Colony is on USA Network (United States) Wednesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 3 Episode 13 (What Goes Around) - Air Date: Jul 25, 2018 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

'Colony' Canceled By USA Network After 3 Seasons - by Deadline

Airing on Wednesday, Colony saw its numbers slip further in the current third season, which is averaging 1.3 million viewers and 394,000 adults 18-49 (L+3), the lowest demo season average among the current USA drama series.

Colony season 3, episode 13: What Goes Around - per Hiddenremote

Our finale felt more like a new beginning for each of our characters as the season came to an incredibly dramatic end. There was an ending, however, for one of our recurring characters so let’s dive in.

Colony season 4: Is there a chance for renewal after cancellation? - by Cartermatt

So why was the series canceled in the first place? The answer is fairly simple: Low ratings. The numbers dropped up rather significantly following season 2 and it’s rather hard to see any hope that they will turn around. We’re upset over the cancellation, but you can see some of the reason why in the live numbers … though we do think in the process that USA could have done a better job promoting the series along the way.

Could Colony be saved? Fans rally to rescue the show after it's axed - according to Metro

However its lack of presence at San Diego Comic Con – where it has been strongly featured in recent years – was noticeable, and while no official reason was given for its axing, falling viewing figures have been blamed for its demise.


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