Players has officially been removed from Paramount+ with no talks of season two being in the works.
It is a sad day for fans of the mockumentary TV series "Players." The show was officially removed from Paramount+. The show seems to have been officially canceled, even with the talks of season two floating around.
Luckily for fans, the first season is still available on Apple and Amazon for purchase.
Fans are hopeful that Players will return eventually for a season 2 despite being canceled
As of now, the show will not have a season two. Fans are still hoping for the best, due to the show's large affiliations such as Riot Games.
Even some of the show's actors are optimistic about the show's possible return.
Ely Henry, the actor who portrayed Coach Braxton in season one, took to Twitter to express his thoughts on the show's cancelation.
"I'm so proud of this show and so grateful that we got to make it," said Henry on Twitter. "All the love from the fans has been incredible and I hope one day to be able to return to this world!"
Fans across the internet are also showing their love and appreciation for the show, with hopes for a second season.
As of now, there are obviously no future plans for the show. This could change at any given moment, so if you were an avid fan of the show's first season, then keep the positivity.
Additional information Players the TV series
Premiering in June of 2022, Players followed Fugitive Gaming, a fictional pro League of Legends team. The mockumentary series parodied various famous sports documentaries.
The show creators Dan Perrault and Tony Yacenda were also the creators behind American Vandal, which was another mockumentary series that premiered on Netflix back in 2017.
American Vandal was also canceled back in 2018, making Players their first show back.
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