Shut Eye Season 3
Shut Eye cancellation confirmed: the series will not be returning for a Third season :( Still, there could be hope for the show to be picked up by another network, so subscribe below for season Three fanalert to be the first to know when something changes.
Catch Up On Past Episodes
'Shut Eye' Canceled After Two Seasons At Hulu - via Deadline
Created and executive produced by Les Bohem and produced by Sony Pictures TV, Shut Eye centered on Charlie Haverford (Donovan), a scammer with a small chain of fortune-telling storefronts and who contracts building tricks for a family that controls the business in the greater chunk of Los Angeles. A blow to the head from a client’s angry boyfriend intersects with a hypnosis session while auditioning a new “clairvoyant,” and suddenly, a man whose entire life has been based on fraud begins to see and feel some very real and fundamental truths.
Hulu cancels Shut Eye - via Looper
Hulu's decision to squash Shut Eye comes amidst the streamer's efforts to refine its scripted strategy in order to keep up with Netflix and Amazon. New chief content officer Joel Stillerman heads up this charge, which has recently led to the cancelation of Hugh Laurie's drama series Chance and the renewal of The Handmaid's Tale, Marvel's Runaways, and Future Man.
Jeffrey Donovan Explains How 'Shut Eye' Found Its Footing Creatively in Season 2 (Exclusive) - via Etonline
To be ready to see a Shut Eye 2.0. It’s kind of a refreshing reimagining of what this world is without losing the first world. Everyone who was on the fence about it, give it another shot because I think we’ve definitely defined the world this year in a more complex and engaging way.
Shut Eye isn't the wacky and wild con game you want: EW review - via Ew
The Romani underworld comes with its own rich history of traditions hiding behind those neon tarot-reading signs we all pass by on the street. Last season brought up concerns of racial stereotypes, painting these people as nothing more than grifting gypsies. This new season, so far, doesn’t do much to dispel that. The show seems to want access to this wealth of culture that comes with the Romani but, again, doesn’t fully take advantage of some of the more bizarre elements of a family that routinely uses spitting as a form of punishment.
Previously on Shut Eye: Charlie and Linda continue to navigate their troubled marriage as Charlie steps into Paz's shoes at the retreat and Linda makes a series of devastating and unwelcome discoveries. Fonso puts a plan in motion to save his family, but things do not go as intended leaving the Haverfords and the Marks in jeopardy.