Salvation is on a collision course with cancellation, but there’s a “plan” in place should the CBS drama escape for Season 2.
Speaking to TVLine, actor Ian Anthony Dale says tonight’s first season finale “leaves the door open for a lot more story”:
There is a plan, yeah. That’s the thing, there’s so much more story to tell. I’m hopeful that I’ll be buying winter clothes for my newborn son, which means we’d be headed back to Toronto in February and I get to see what [showrunners] Liz [Kruger] and Craig [Shapiro] have up their sleeves. The way we end it really leaves the door open for a lot more story to be told and I certainly would love to get back together with this group of people. This was a wonderful, harmonious experience — and I’m sure Jen has told you the same thing.
There are definitely options. And when you’re able to bring the elements together — this cast, these writers, that crew in Toronto — it would be foolish not to recreate that magic at least one more time.
Will Salvation Season 2 dodge cancellation? Stay tuned…