“Helix” season 3 won’t be happening.
The medical series is dead.
It will not be revived, unlike the victims of the disease the Helix team was trying to save.
Syfy cancelled Helix after two seasons.
Sony Pictures Television pronounced that Helix will not live to see a third season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“Helix” finished its sophomore run earlier this month.
The sci-fi/horror series starred (“The Killing”) and came from executive producers Steven Maeda (“Battlestar Galactica,” “Outlander”) Helix revolved around Centers for Disease Control pathologist Dr.
Alan Farragut (Campbell) and his estranged ex-wife, Dr.
Julia Walker (Kyra Zagorsky) and Jordan Hayes as Dr.
Sarah Jordan, who are sent to the Arctic to investigate a a virus that caused symptoms of skin abnormalities and pure rage.
Survivors became immortal.
The freshman run had 1.8 million viewers, but those numbers rose to 2.8 million.
The drama concluded its second season with an average of 563,000 total viewers.
Syfy has been focusing more on high-profile science fiction programming like “12 Monkeys,” “The Expanse” and “Childhood’s End.” The will premiere “Hunters” from “The Walking Dead’s executive producer Gale Anne Hurd in 2016.