Hit and Run cancelled after one season
The show came from the creators of acclaimed Israeli series Fauda.
Netflix has opted not to renew its Israeli-American thriller Hit & Run for a second season.
Whilst the show was well received by fans and critics alike, it was the most-watched show on Netflix UK for a time and sits at 71% on Rotten Tomatoes, this decision was reportedly made due to concerns over budget and the potential for further COVID-19 related delays.
The first season ended up taking a huge three years to complete due to the ongoing pandemic, which pushed up its costs considerably, and rather than taking that risk again the show was cancelled.
Created by Avi Issacharoff and Lior Raz, the show follows Tel Aviv tour guide Segev Azulai (Raz) as he investigates the strange circumstances behind his wife Danielle’s (Kaelen Ohm) death in a hit-and-run.
The Affair’s Sanaa Lathan, Neta Orbach, Moran Rosenblatt, Gregg Henry, Gal Toren and Lior Ashkenazi also star.
Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin served as co-showrunners with directing duties shared out between Mike Barker, Rotem Shamir and Neasa Hardiman.
You can stream the entire first season of Hit and Run on Netflix now.
Source: Comic Book