The channel Starz canceled the series heels after two seasons. The series ended at a crucial moment in the life of Jack Spade, who was seriously injured.
Until now, heels he couldn’t find a new home to continue his story, except the producer Mike O’Malley You already have an idea of what to explore.
In an interview for Weekly entertainmentO’Malley said that the third season of Heels should focus on Jack’s recovery and how he deals with it.
“Listen, he’s going to have to deal with the consequences of that injury. Let’s put it this way: He’s not going to stand up and say, “Oh, I just made a mistake,” or “I really wanted Ace to win, and that’s how I got past Charlie Gully.” At that moment he is seriously injured.”
“And the extent of this injury, we don’t know. We’re not going to do Friday Night Lights with this thing, because Stephen Amell is the star of our show, and the story is going to be about how there’s something he can work with.
The search for a new broadcaster for Heels
Also in the interview, O’Malley spoke about finding a new home for the series, both on television and streaming.
“I really think he will have a life elsewhere. We didn’t mean it, nor do we mean it [o final da 2ª temporada] it was the last episode of the series. Yes, we are actively doing this now. And some actors are still under contract. Obviously the strike [dos roteiristas] just finished.”
And there are reasons why the producer believes the series can continue after all, Stefano Amell he’s one of the biggest names in television since starring on Arrow. Additionally, fans threatened to boycott Starz for canceling the series.
“I couldn’t have any conversation about it [até agora] and of course they told me on Friday. But we’re not just trying [encontrar uma nova rede]I really believe Starz executives when they say they want to see a future for the show too, because they’ve invested so much in the show… I really think it will have a life elsewhere.
heels tells the story of two brothers in the world of professional wrestling, trying to maintain their father’s legacy in a small town.
Mike O’Malley still hopes the series will be saved from cancellation.