Renewed or cancelled – will there be a Who Killed Sara? season 4?

May 18, 2022
Daniel Hart 0
Netflix, News, Renewed or Cancelled, Streaming Service

This article discusses whether there will be a season 4 of the Netflix series Who Killed Sara? and its renewed or cancelled status.

Who Killed Sara? gripped viewers with an enticing murder mystery that kept on moving the goalposts with plenty of twists. And that was part of the entertainment. By allowing the audience to keep guessing the answer to the ultimate question was surprisingly not irritating. However, many fans were surprised to see this series enjoy three seasons. Especially when the scope of the story is limited by the title.

On May 18, 2022, Netflix released season 3 of Who Killed Sara?

Unfortunately, at Ready Steady Cut, we didn’t give it a favorable review:

“Who Killed Sara? may have finally reached the truth regarding Sara, but it does so with a strained story trying to make a larger but not needed conspiracy.”

Will there be a Who Killed Sara? season 4 – renewed or cancelled status

Status: cancelled/not renewed

Season 3 was labeled by Netflix as the final ever season, so it was not technically cancelled, but the creators, alongside the streaming service, decided to provide a conclusive story. And to be fair, this is what we wanted. It would have been frustrating if Netflix cancelled this series before we got all the answers. 

However, that doesn’t mean it’s entirely over for Who Killed Sara? In the past, popular series that have ended do enjoy spin-offs, or surprisingly, the series returns years later. However, we very much doubt that there will be anything to spin off regarding this series, especially with the scope of the story and where it was left.

We do not expect Who Killed Sara? to be renewed but as always, at Ready Steady Cut, we’ll keep you updated.

What did you think of Netflix’s Who Killed Sara? Comment below.

You can watch this series with a subscription to Netflix.

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