Disney Plus has canceled National Treasure: Edge of History after just one season, per a report from Deadline.
The show was a spin-off of the movie series that followed Lisette Olivera's young DREAMer Jess, who learns from a mysterious stranger that ancient treasure could be linked to her late father. She ends up going head to head with a black-market antiques dealer in the hunt to find the lost treasure and uncover the truth about her family's past.
The cast included Catherine Zeta-Jones, Zuri Reed, Antonio Cipriano, Lyndon Smith, Jordan Rodrigues, Breeda Wool, Jake Austin Walker, and Armando Riesco. While franchise star Nicolas Cage never made a cameo, Harvey Keitel and Justin Bartha – who both featured in the movies – made appearances in the show, which ran for 10 episodes.
All hope for more National Treasure projects is not lost, though. In August of last year, producer Jerry Bruckheimer gave a very promising update on a third movie. "Let's hope we're working on the script right now," he told ComicBook.com. "Hopefully [Cage] likes it, but it's really good. So I think we'll get it to him shortly." Here's hoping another update comes along soon.
Edge of History is far from the first Disney Plus original to be canceled: Turner & Hooch, Diary of a Future President, and The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers are all among the TV shows axed by the streamer.
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