‘Outer Range,’ Starring Josh Brolin, Canceled at Amazon

Prime Video is not returning to Out of range.

The Amazon streamer has canceled the series, which featured a mix of western and sci-fi stories, after two seasons. The news comes less than two months after the show’s second season premiered with a binge release.

Out of range stars Josh Brolin as a Wyoming rancher who discovers a mysterious black void on his property while also fighting to keep his land out of the hands of a rival family with whom he has a long-standing feud. Imogen Poots, Lili Taylor, Tamara Podemski, Lewis Pullman, Tom Pelphrey, Noah Reid, Shaun Sipos, Isabel Arraiza, Olive Abercrombie and Will Patton also star.

Out of range premiered on Prime Video in April 2022, and received a season two re-up in October of that year. The series also changed showrunners at that time, with Charles Murray taking over from Zev Borow.

While not on the level of the best Prime Video shows like Fallout And Reach, Out of range performed reasonably well for the streamer. The first season spent five weeks on Nielsen’s ranking of the top 10 original streaming series, and season two spent three weeks on the list as of June 2 (the most recent week of data available).

Amazon MGM Studios and Plan B Entertainment produced the series. Murray served as an executive producer on season two, with Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner and Ernest McNealey of Plan B, Brolin, Tony Krantz, Heather Rae and Jon Paré.

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