On March 11, 2018, Deception, a police crime drama on ABC, premiered to mixed reviews. It’s about an illusionist named Cameron Black who joins the FBI and uses his ability to solve strange crimes. After the first 13 episodes, the show was canceled, which was a shame. We haven’t heard anything regarding a possible second season of Deception in almost four years. So, what does this police procedural show have in store for the future? Is there any remaining hope for a second part of Deception? Stay with us until the end if you want to know everything about a possible second chapter of Deception.
Is Season 2 of Deception Renewed?
Unfortunately, the show in question has been officially canceled by the ABC network for good. On May 11, 2018, it was made clear that there won’t be a second season after the first one ended.
Deception Season 1 Summary
Cameron Black, the main character of the show, works as a magician and illusionist for a living. But a scandal put an end to his career for good. He appears to come up with a plan B to reach his goals and make the best of his skills.
He joined the FBI and started using his magical skills to solve high-profile, difficult cases. He did this because he was angry at the world for ruining his happy career. Even though he uses every trick he knows, he sometimes runs out of time and has to come up with his own smart ways to solve the puzzles he’s trying to solve.
Shortly after the first episode aired, the main characters’ narcissism, personalities, and the way the FBI and civilians worked together were all called “unthinking tropes.” The plot was a lot like that of Scandal, another popular TV show. Also, there was very little suspense throughout the whole series. That is, the answers to the supposed riddles were easy to figure out.
How did the first season of Deception end?
The first season of Deception had 13 episodes. In the last episode, “Transposition,” we have seen how Alas and MW were planning one last technique to pull off. In exchange for their freedom, they opt to provide the FBI with a list of the most wanted people.
Still, she doesn’t say anything about Johnny. Later, we’ll see that Cam decides to break out with Johnny, but Johnny has no plans to break out with Cam. Later, she beats Cam and leaves him unconscious in prison, then she takes his place, escapes, and goes to see MW. This was the end of the series.
What to Expect from Deception Season 2?
At the start of the first season of “The Deception,” a well-known magician named Cameron Black lives in Las Vegas and has a good job. But things changed so fast that both he and his team lost their jobs because they did something that broke every ethical rule in the world. His brother, Johnatan, was locked up. And then, for unknown reasons, a woman comes into their lives.
Cameron then joined the FBI to help with the crimes going on around him by making things look like they were real. It’s hard enough just to cover medical expenses when you don’t have insurance. But it’s even harder if you don’t have insurance. It’s not evident whether he was also attempting to save his brother.
If there is a second season of Deception, it will choose the story after what happened in the first season. The people in charge of the show want to pay more attention to the mysterious woman we witnessed in the initial season. In the second season, Cameron may find out that the person he was attempting to assist was actually trying to trick him. And because of this, there might be a fight between the two brothers.
Who are the cast members of Deception Season 2?
The creators of Deception haven’t said anything about who will be in season two. But if there is ever a second season, we would love to see Jack Cutmore Scott return as Cameron Black. Scott also plays Jonathan Black, Cameron’s twin brother, in the show. Ilfenesh Hadera, an FBI agent who works with Cameron to solve high-profile crimes, is played by Kay Daniels again. Dina Clark was played by Lenora Crichlow. Laila Robins, Amaury Nolasco, Vinnie Jones, and Stepanie Corneliussen are also welcome back. Brett Dalton, Jack Davenport, and Mario Van Peebles all had cameos in the first season.
Chris Fedak created the show and, along with Greg Berlanti, Martin Gero, and David Nutter, served as one of its executive producers. The series has been made by Chad McQuay, Ryan Linderberg, and David Kwong. The show is officially distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.
Deception Series Ratings
The show Deception was very popular with viewers, and everyone who watched it loved it and wanted a second season. Even the fans of the show Deception have said a lot of good things about it. It has a rating of 7.4/10 on IMDb, which is above average, and a score of 64% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 92% average audience score. All of these ratings show that Deception is a good show to watch.
How many episodes are there in Deception Season 2?
The first season of Deception was great, and every episode of that season was also great and full of fun. Still, fans of Deception were hoping for another few episodes in the first season. Now, people are waiting to find out how many episodes the next season will have. According to our sources, if the show ever comes back, it will have at least 13 episodes, or Deception season 2 will have a few more episodes.
Deception Season 2 Release Date
We don’t know when Season 2 of Deception will come out yet because ABC hasn’t given the show the go-ahead to come back. But do not give up hope y’all! Fans are always asking when the second season of Deception will come out. If this keeps up, there is a good possibility that if not ABC, then another network will pick up the show where it left off after its first run.
Where can I watch Deception Season 2?
You can buy or rent Deception on Google Play or Vudu and then stream all of its episodes. The first season can also be watched online through Amazon Prime Video. We don’t know any more about the series at this point.
Here, we talked about when Season 2 of Deception will come out and other interesting things about the show. As we’ve already said, there won’t be a second season of Deception.