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Thursday, November 29, 2012
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
As you may have heard here at XFN and on many different media outlets, the BBC decided not to renew Hunted, Frank Spotnitz new series. However, this doesn't mean that the road is over for Sam Hunter, the main character of the series, portrayed by Melissa George.
This is because, as confirmed by Spotnitz himself and Cinemax, a new spinoff is in the works.
According to his interview with our friends at Den Of Geek, Spotnitz and HBO will be able to continue with the mithology created for the show, but they won't be able to develop it as an exact continuation of the previous production between the BBC and Cinemax.
Regardless of what the future brings for this amazing spy drama story, Frank is delighted to be able to continue the road for these characters, now with the advantages of producing for a more defined audience.
In an exclusive short conversation with XFN, he went on to say:
"I'd like to give a special shout out to all the X-Philes who've voiced their support for Hunted. Thank you all so much for always being there. I'm incredibly excited about continuing Sam's story with Cinemax, and I can't wait for you to see what comes next."
We invite you to read the whole interview at Den Of Geek, but we warn you, it does include SPOILERS from the last episode. So proceed with caution. It also includes the previously released questions about XF3 and the possibilities of an X-Files reincarnation.
If you're watching Hunted on the BBC, the final episode of this incarnation will air on November 26th, but the show still has a few episodes to go in its airing at Cinemax.