Thursday, June 29, 2023

FX's 'Reservation Dogs' to End After 3 Seasons

FX has today announced that the upcoming third season of its original comedy series Reservation Dogs will be its last. Series co-creator Sterlin Harjo revealed the news on Instagram.

The comedy stars Devery Jacobs, D'Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai, Paulina Alexis and Lane Factor.

Harjo co-created the comedy with Taika Waititi. They executive produce with Garrett Basch. FX Productions produces.

The 10-episode third and final season debuts on Wednesday, August 2 under FX's banner on Hulu. New episodes will be released weekly.

FX released the following statement: "People throw around the words historic and groundbreaking far too often and without merit: Reservation Dogs is worthy of those superlatives. Sterlin Harjo and Taika Waititi created one of the most important TV shows ever made. They gave the world a wholly unique, original, and honest portrayal of Native people - one that has never before been seen in television or film. We support Sterlin and Taika's decision to end the series in a way that will cement its legacy. We, along with our partners at Hulu, are forever grateful to the producers, writers, directors, cast, crew and the Native land and communities in eastern Oklahoma who collaborated to make this masterpiece. While we're sad to see the show come to an end, we're excited for Sterlin, Taika and Garrett Basch to continue to tell stories for FX. And Rez Dogs fans, we hope you share our excitement and anticipation for the upcoming season."