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La Brea is coming to an end on NBC after three seasons. The official announcement of the end of the sci-fi drama came after the network unveiled its plans for 2024. The final season, premiering Tuesday, January 9 at 9:00 p.m., will be a shortened season, as previously announced, with just six episodes to cap off the dramatic adventure.

La Brea The film focuses on the Harris family, who are torn apart across space and time when a colossal sinkhole opens in Los Angeles. Anyone unlucky enough to be trapped in a cataclysmic event finds themselves in a primeval land of mystery and danger that brings them together. Mother Eve (Natalie Zea) and son Josh (Jack Martin) are whisked away to prehistory along with a large group of other survivors, while Father Gavin (Eoin Macken) and daughter Izzie (Zira Gorecki) are stuck in the wild trying to find a way to bring everyone back. Season 2 dug Lost— as a mystery with even more depth, with more twists and turns that further called into question the Harris family’s story as the cast traveled to other times, including the 80s.

Life at NBC wasn’t particularly easy for La Brea. Production on the pilot was thrown off course by the pandemic, like many shows at the time. After all this, he still managed to get a straight-to-series order and won a lot of fans upon its fall 2021 premiere, even if critics were less than pleased, as evidenced by its abysmal 29% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes. . This performance earned the series a quick renewal for a second season, which only continued to build on the creator’s David Appelbaum established and maintained a stable viewership prior to its midseason hiatus, averaging four million viewers per episode. Unfortunately, after the third season was renewed, things got complicated again due to Hollywood’s double whammy. This was the straw that broke the camel’s back, as NBC decided to go with a shorter season after the strike and release its actors from their contracts to pursue new opportunities.