It’s been 6 years ago since ABC released Conviction Season 1, and fans of the drama series are asking when is Conviction Season 2 coming out on ABC?
ABC has officially cancelled Conviction. There will be no season 2.
Below, we have collected everything you need to know about the potential next season, from the plot and casting details to news updates.
Conviction is a drama TV show created by Liz Friedlander, Liz Friedman and is produced by The Mark Gordon Company, ABC Studios and Entertainment One Television. The TV series stars Hayley Atwell, Eddie Cahill, Shawn Ashmore and Merrin Dungey.
There are one, seasons of Conviction available to watch on ABC. On October 3, 2016, ABC premiered the first season. The television series has around 13 episodes spread across one seasons. The episodes used to come out on Mondays. The show has a 7.2 rating amongst the audience.
Conviction is rated TV-14, which means it's aimed at a teen and adult audience.
Conviction Season 2 Release Date
It has been 6 years ago since the last season arrived on ABC. There are no plans for another season.
→ How many seasons of Conviction? There are two seasons in total.
→ Was Conviction cancelled? Yes. ABC has officially cancelled the series.
→ Will there be another season of Conviction? As of September 2023, season 2 has not been scheduled. However, we can never be certain. If you’d like to be notified as soon as something changes, sign up below for updates.
Our team uses publicly available data from sources such as IMDb, Tonights.TV, and TV Guide to ensure that release date information is accurate. If you find an error or have fresh details about the upcoming season, please get in touch with us.
Here are the main characters and stars of Conviction:
- Hayley Atwell plays as Hayes Morrison
- Shawn Ashmore plays as Sam Spencer
- Eddie Cahill plays as Conner Wallace
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