"Ash vs. Evil Dead" has been canceled at Starz, Variety has confirmed.
The series will broadcast their third season finale in April 29, which will now serve as the series finale. The series saw Bruce Campbell again playing the role of Ash Williams, the chainsaw-wielding anti-hero, with the mission of saving the world from evil in the "Evil Dead" movie franchise. The series also starred Dana DeLorenzo, Ray Santiago and Lucy Lawless.
The third season saw Ash, from the murderous city legend to Humanity-Saving's hometown hero, discovered that he had a long-lost daughter who was entrusted in his care. In the meantime, Kelly (DeLorenzo) witnessed a televised massacre of Ruby's (Lawless) fingerprints, and she returned with a new friend to warn Ash and Pablo (Santiago) that no harm had been done to them.
Campbell was also an executive producer of the series, along with Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert from the original movie franchise. The show had a steep decline in the third season, averaging just 0.08 for adults 1
Starz's current original pages contain "Power" "American Gods" and "Counterpart". They will also start the shows "Sweetbitter" and "Vida" in May. The premium cable driver has already canceled the comedy "Survivor & Remorse" in October after four seasons.