Wrecked Season 4: Renewed Or Cancelled?

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Wrecked Season 4 update

Wrecked is a popular comedy television series. Many fans want to know whether there will be another season of the show. However, there is a bit of sad news for the fans of Wrecked. The show won’t be coming back for its fourth season. This bit of information was confirmed by Zach Cregger. Zach responded to a fan on Twitter, and he revealed that there would be no fourth season of Wrecked.

The second season of the show premiered on June 20, 2017. The show was then renewed for a third season on September 13, 2017. The third season came out last year on August 7. Many people thought the show would be making a return for its fourth season. However, that isn’t the case.

The third season of Wrecked averaged 846,000 viewers, and it had an average rating of 0.32 in the 18-49 demographics. If we compare it to the second season of Wrecked, then it’s down by 16% and 19% respectively.

The show has a rating of 58% on Rotten Tomatoes. Wrecked has a score of 56 on¬†Metacritic. The ratings from both the website indicate that the show was bang average. It makes sense why the show wasn’t renewed if we take a look at all these numbers.

One of the major things that are needed for a successful long-running show is the viewership. Many might say that it isn’t entirely correct as many famous shows haven’t been renewed despite having good numbers in both the departments.

If you are interested in the series then I will leave the synopsis of the show below:
The series follows a group of survivors on a deserted island. Their plane crashed en route to Thailand, and the survivors struggle to get along. All the survivors have a different opinion on how to survive. The survivors have different plans on how to get out off the island.

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By Jason H. Hale

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