Shining Vale cancelled after two seasons - SciFiNow

Shining Vale cancelled after two seasons

The Courteney Cox-starring series will not have a third season.

Shining Vale

As reported by Variety, STARZ has decided to cancel the horror comedy series Shining Vale after two seasons.

Shining Vale follows Pat and Terry Phelps and their dysfunctional family who have tried to run from their problems by moving into a Victorian mansion in small-town Connecticut… which turns out to be haunted. Once settled in, Pat encountered Rosemary, a demon who possessed her body and turned her life upside down.

Season two of the series launched back in October and saw the aftermath of Pat’s hospital ‘stay’ – including the house revealing the shocking secrets of its dark past.

Created by Jeff Astrof and Sharon Horgan, the series stars Courteney Cox, Greg Kinnear, Mira Sorvino, Gus Birney, Merrin Dungey and Dylan Gage.

Both seasons of the show have also been removed from the streaming platform STARZ (Lionsgate+ in the UK).

“This show gave me unrelenting joy to work on,” the show’s co-creator Jeff Astrof said on Twitter. “Not a single bad day. Please watch the Starz (turns out, Limited) series Shining Vale before 12/31.”

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