Starz cancels Ash vs. Evil Dead

Joann Johnston
April 21, 2018

"Ash vs. Evil Dead has been the ride of a lifetime", Campbell wrote in a post, which was accompanied by a photo of himself with overlaid text that reads, "Ash has left the building".

The Evil Dead original filmmakers Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert and Bruce Campbell served as executive producers along with Ivan Raimi and Rick Jacobson.

A continuation of the big-screen Evil Dead trilogy, Ash vs Evil Dead starred Campbell as chainsaw-handed hero Ash Williams, who ditched his duties as a stock boy to rejoin the fight against the undead. When Kelly witnessed a televised massacre with Ruby's fingerprints all over it, she returned with a new friend to warn Ash and Pablo that evil wasn't done with them yet.

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The Ash vs. Evil Dead finale airs later this month on Starz and it now serves as the official series finale. The April 15 episode was watched by an even lower 175,000. Despite the positive reviews from fans and critics, the ratings did not match the viewership. Evil Dead launched in 2015. The actor continued, "Ash Williams was the role of a lifetime. We are proud to send the show out with a bang ... and a splat". He went on to thank Starz for the opportunity and to thank creators Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi for the films and the franchise he was such a big part of. Evil Dead significantly dropped in the third season with an average of 177,000 viewers per episode according to ShowBuzzDaily. The series, which is of course based on the Sam Raimi movies, has been officially canceled at Starz after three seasons on the air.

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