After two seasons, Syfy has officially cancelled its superhuman series, ALPHAS, The Hollywood Reporter has announced.
"We've been proud to present this entertaining, high-quality series for two seasons and to work with an incredible ensemble of talented actors, producers and creatives as well as our partners at BermanBraun Television," Syfy told The Hollywood Reporter. "We'd like to thank the show's dedicated regular viewers for their tremendous support."
Cast member Azita Ghanizada today tweeted: "Sad to say that ALPHAS will not be returning. What an honor to get to play Rachel for 2years & to work w/ & for the MOST AMAZING PEOPLE EVER."
Ryan Cartwright also took to Twitter to announce the news: "Unfortunately #Alphas is cancelled :("
Alphas follows a clandestine group of ordinary people with superhuman mental and physical abilities. Led by preeminent neurologist and psychiatrist Dr. Lee Rosen (Emmy Award-winner and Academy Award-nominee David Strathairn), the unlikely team takes on cases the CIA, FBI and Pentagon are unwilling or unable to solve going head-to-head with many of the criminal Alphas hiding among the normal population. The series also stars Malik Yoba, Ryan Cartwright, Warren Christie, Azita Ghanizada, Laura Mennell and Erin Way.
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