A new season of History’s Project Blue Book has come to a close, and unless the show is renewed, our dynamic couple in the hunt for UFOs may be on their way out. Project Blue Book Season 3 We sat down with Project Blue Book creator/writer/executive producer David O’Leary and showrunner/executive producer Sean Jablonski for an interview at Den of Geek that was simultaneously live-streamed on YouTube and Facebook to chat about what’s next for the program and what fans can expect.
A series of real-life investigations, known as ‘Project Blue Book,’ is being conducted to ascertain the truth behind purported UFO encounters and other paranormal events. During the 1950s and 1960s, the United States Air Force conducted research. Aside from that, the series acts as a cinematic adaptation of the original research, which was concluded in 1969
Dr. J. Allen Hynek, an accomplished astronomer who served as a scientific advisor on the project, also makes an appearance in the presentation. Aidan Gillen co-stars as Captain Michael Quinn, a veteran of the United States Air Force, opposite Michael Malarkey.
As a group, they embark on a journey filled with anomalies and unexpected events, which culminates in an enthralling mystery story. Paranormal investigator Robert Sheaffer labeled the show “problematic” after spotting inconsistencies in its presentation of history and science.
However, it was successful enough to endure for two seasons and was well-liked by fans, particularly “true believers.” And now we’re debating whether or not the show will be renewed for a second season on the network.
So there you have it: everything we currently know about Season 3 of ‘Project Blue Book.’
The Premiere Date for Season 3 of Project Blue Book Has Been Set.
On January 21, 2020, History broadcast the premiere episode of Season 2 of ‘Project Blue Book,’ which finished on March 24, 2020. ten episodes, each of which lasts 42-44 minutes, are incorporated into the show. Season 2 received an average of 1.3 million views on the same day. It was as a result that viewers were looking forward to the show’s renewal. Unfortunately, History will stop the programme in May 2020, citing budgetary constraints.
By Sean Jablonski, the show’s co-executive producer, History has decided to cancel all of its previously recorded programs. But this does not imply that the programme will be scrapped for good at any point in the future. On May 7, 2020, a petition was filed to assist the show’s creators in their search for a new network to carry the show. Their production company has been seeking additional solutions, ideally a streaming provider that will host the program, to replace the current arrangement.
According to Jablonski, History’s decision to remove the show from its broadcast schedule was not based on the show’s performance on the air. In addition, the screenplay for Season 3 was beginning to come into shape. Due to the backlash, History decided to stop showing it on a corporate level, and the network stopped airing any scripted programming.
Project Blue Book’s third season has been cancelled as a result of this development. There will be no more episodes of this renowned sitcom, which garnered a significant audience over its two-season run.
However, hope is not completely gone. Other networks or streaming services (ideally Netflix, as it did with beloved dramas like “Designated Survivor” and “Lucifer” when their respective home networks discontinued production) may air the show in the future if it does not air on its original network
. Supporters have also organised support for the initiative on social media, using the hashtag “Save Blue Book,” in addition to the petition. For the time being, the only thing that can be done is hope that the programme will find a network and will be renewed.