Why is Weeds no longer on Showtime?

Why is Weeds no longer on Showtime?

By the time Weeds season 8 rolled around, audiences were less interested in the Botwin family, and Showtime cancelled it. What was once a highly rated show (for premium cable) saw viewership fall, with season 7 averaging just 720,000 viewers according to Nielsen.

Is there a spin off of Weeds?

It has already been seven years since the series finale of Showtime dark comedy-drama Weeds had premiered in 2012, and now Variety brings word that Lionsgate Television and Starz are currently teaming up to produce and develop a spinoff sequel to the award-winning to the award-wining series which will be titled Weeds …

Where is the show Weeds going?

Netflix will remove all eight seasons of Weeds on April 1, 2021. Given that Lionsgate owns STARZ, and that’s the home of the upcoming reboot, Weeds will likely end up on the STARZ app after leaving Netflix. However, CBS is also one of the show’s distributors, so it could also head over to Paramount+.

What happened Esteban Weeds?

Peter Scottson, her second husband, was murdered by a rival drug cartel; she and Peter did not have children. She married Esteban after giving birth to Stevie Ray, her third son; Esteban was murdered in prison.

Does Showtime have Weeds app?

102 episodes (99%) are available to stream on a popular subscription service (Hulu & Showtime). 1 episodes (1%) are available to stream on a popular TV everywhere service (Showtime).

What network is Weeds moving to?

The show is getting a sequel in the near future according to a report in 2019 so we could see it reside solely on Starz. It could follow in the footsteps of Mad Men which eventually got shared between AMC and IMDbTV.

What happened to Nancy and Esteban in Weeds?

Esteban and Nancy’s relationship became strained in season 5 due to her betrayal and his constant threats to murder her, but with Nancy being pregnant with his child, Esteban ultimately ended up proposing to her.

Why didnt Celia return to Weeds?

Despite being a fan favorite, Perkins left the series after five seasons and audiences never did find out what happened to Celia, who ended up in Mexico before deciding to get into the weed selling business. “We never really knew what happened to her,” Perkins said. “She didn’t die; she wasn’t killed.

What streaming app is Weeds on?

Weeds, a comedy drama series starring Mary-Louise Parker, Kevin Nealon, and Justin Kirk is available to stream now. Watch it on Prime Video, VUDU, Redbox., Hulu, Vudu Movie & TV Store, Apple TV, Peacock TV, IMDb TV or The Roku Channel on your Roku device.

Did Netflix remove Weeds?

After a long time coming, we got official confirmation that Weeds is destined to be leaving Netflix in April 2021 in the United States meaning the show is now completely removed from the service.