World on Fire has come to an end after two seasons, Masterpiece on PBS executive producer Susanne Simpson revealed at the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Monday.
Simpson added that the BBC decided not to renews the British series for “many different reasons.”
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World on Fire was a World War II drama that followed the intertwining fates of ordinary people in multiple countries as they grappled with the effects of war on their everyday lives. Season 2 picked up in late 1940, taking viewers from the war-torn streets of Britain deep into Nazi Germany, the resistance within occupied France, and the brutal sands of the North African desert—where troops struggled to adapt to a very different kind of combat.
The cast included Lesley Manville, Helen Hunt, Sean Bean, Jonah Hauer-King, Blake Harrison, Julia Brown, Zofia Wichlacz, Parker Sawyers, Eugenie Derouand, Mark Bonnar, Gregg Sulkin, Ahad Raza Mir, Miriam Schiweck and others.
World on Fire’s Season 2 finale aired Stateside on Nov. 19.
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