Stan Against Evil has been cancelled by US TV network IFC after three years on the AMC-owned channel. The comedy-horror series, created by Dana Gould, will not return for season four after Gould made the announcement via his Twitter page in January 2019. While there is rife speculation as to why Stan Against Evil was cancelled, here’s is what we know for sure about why IFC has not renewed the series.
Stan Against Evil was cancelled by IFC a couple of months after its latest season (season three) had aired on the network.
IFC released a statement confirming the news at the end of January, as did show creator Dana Gould.
While neither cited an exact reason for the cancellation, both the network and show creator thanked fans for their support.
Gould wrote on Twitter: “‘All Things Must Pass’, the guy with the garden gnome sang, and alas we are no exception.
“I am incredibly grateful to everyone who helped make this show a reality; talented professionals who came together busted their butts and made something truly ridiculous. thanks and onwards!”
Stan Against Evil cancelled: Dana Gould (Image: Getty)
IFC released a statement which read: “We are grateful to Dana Gould and our partners at Radical Media,
“As well as the stellar cast of Stan Against Evil, including John C. McGinley and Janet Varney, for three unforgettable seasons battling the forces of evil and the most original one-liners anywhere.”
While the news of another series not being renewed is sure to devastate fans, Gould has provided hope the show may not be over just yet.
After confirming the Stand Against Evil cancellation on Twitter, one fan pleaded with the show creator to explore other avenues to keep the series going.
One Stand Against Evil fan tweeted to Gould: “Dana, if you’re reading this, can you please convince IFC to