Streaming service Paramount+ closed the series "Rabbit Hole" and "Fatal Attraction" after the first season. A representative of the platform thanked the teams of the projects, but did not explain why Paramount+ did not order new episodes of the series.
The lead role in "Rabbit Hole" was played by Kiefer Sutherland. He played corporate spy John Weir, who learns of a dangerous plot to undermine democracy. However, Weir is accused of murder, which he did not commit, and he has to go on the run and find allies to prove his own innocence and outwit the enemy.
The series "Fatal Attraction" is a reimagining of the 1987 movie of the same name, told from the point of view of Alex — the mistress of lawyer Dan. According to the plot of the series, Dan and Alex spend the night together, but after that it turns out that Dan deceived Alex and he is also responsible for everything that happens afterwards. Lizzy Caplan and Joshua Jackson played the lead roles in the project.
Paramount+ emphasized that both shows will remain available in the service's library. Since the beginning of the year, Paramount+ has been removing projects from the platform to cut costs: for example, "Star Trek: Prodigy" and "Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies" disappeared from the service's library.