Jeffrey Alan Schechter created the American science fiction crime drama tv show Stitchers. On September 29, 2014, the program was renewed for a season 2 and premiered on ABC Family on June 2, 2015. The sitcom was extended for a third season, which ran from June 5 to August 14, 2017, according to a Facebook Live chat in October 2016. After three seasons, Freeform canceled the show on September 15, 2017.
As of now, Stitchers was a three-season show that aired on NBC. The first season was presented as a miniseries with eleven (ten plus one) episodes that broadcast weekly from June 2, 2015, to August 4, 2015, for the first ten episodes and a Halloween special “When Darkness Falls” on October 20, 2015, for the last ten.
The series began in Australia on FOX8 on October 14, 2015, and in the United Kingdom on SyFy on July 23, 2018, with episodes airing daily Monday through Friday. Season 2 began just after Season 1 ended. After three seasons, Freeform canceled the show on September 15, 2017.
Critics have given Stitchers mixed reviews. The first season has a 25 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 16 reviews. There aren’t enough reviews for the 2nd and 3rd seasons to offer statistics. “Confusing and tonally uneven, Stitchers is neither campy enough to be enjoyable nor intellectual enough to be captivating,” says the web’s critical consensus for Season 1. The very first season has a Metacritic score of 46 out of 100, signifying “mixed or mediocre reviews” based on 9 critics.
Stitchers Season 4 Release Date
After a long wait, the official news came out that the show has been canceled and will not be going to make another season. Show’s creators announced this news by tweeting a tweet. So, many of who were waiting for the renewal, it’s a bit disappointing but if we think it optimistically, it’s good the show got canceled otherwise, making a series unnecessarily long can ruin the taste or make it absurd.
The main reason, why the show got canceled isn’t clear yet, according to us, it is because of the decline of viewership of the show in each season. But many think it is also because they didn’t have much left to show. The main storyline was finished, if they wanted to make another season, they had to come up with a new and different idea or concept.
So, bottom line is that the Stitchers season 4 has been canceled by the show’s creator and no more episodes will going to happen, however, if they change anything or may decide to make another season, we will make sure to update the page with the latest information. The chances of the renewal are very less.
|Stitchers Season 1 Release Date||June 2, 2015|
|Stitchers Season 2 Release Date||March 22, 2016|
|Stitchers Season 3 Release Date||June 5, 2017|
|Stitchers Season 4 Release Date||Canceled|
Stitchers Season 4 Story
Kirsten Clark is hired into a government department to be “stitched” into the consciousness of recently deceased persons in order to examine murders and mysteries that would otherwise go unsolved. Kirsten is aided by Dr. Cameron Goodkin, a bright neuroscientist, in the clandestine program managed by Maggie Baptiste, a talented covert operative.
Linus Ahluwalia, an electrophysiologic engineer, and telecommunications technician is also a part of the program. Camille, Kirsten’s roommate, and a computer science graduate student, is also enlisted as a “stitcher” to help Kirsten. After meeting Kirsten, LAPD Detective Quincy Fisher is enlisted and assigned to the team.
Stitchers Season 3 Recap
After several days, Kirsten is still caught in her mother’s memory. Cameron breaks into the thread as Kirsten’s mother’s awareness, compelling her to go, and she is finally bounced. Linus learns days after being locked up in the Stitchers lab that his father died in operation and that he also skipped his father’s funeral. Mitchell Blair has arrested the whole Stitchers crew, and Kirsten will be working with a completely new group. Kirsten, with Ivy’s help, poses as a government agent in order to have the team released from federal custody, and they are quickly returned to the lab when Blair’s kid is murdered in a hit-and-run accident.
Kirsten implants herself into Blair’s son’s head, revealing that Daniel Stinger murdered Blair’s son in order to deliver the message to Kirsten. After Kirsten spoke with Defense Secretary Decker (Richard Lawson) about continuing to work with her team, Blair is removed from leading the Stitchers program, and Maggie takes his place. Kirsten arrives at Cameron’s house later that night. Cameron and Kirsten kiss after he informs her that Nina had broken up with him in a letter.