Status for season 3
The series is NOT cancelled. However, it has not yet been renewed or cancelled for season 3
AMC GREENLIGHTS FIRST EVER PRIME-TIME ANIMATED DRAMA SERIES, "PANTHEON", WITH 2-SEASON ORDER
The Immersive Hour-Long Animated Drama About Human Consciousness Uploaded To The 'Cloud' is based on short stories By Ken Liu. In season 1, a bullied teen receives mysterious help from a stranger online. However, the stranger turns out to be her father, David.... who died recently. David's consciousness has been stored in the cloud following an experimental brain experiment. David is the first of a new kind of "being": an “Uploaded Intelligence”. He will not be the last "UI" as a worldwide story unfolds that threatens to trigger a new kind of war across the globe.
AMC announced that it has greenlit "Pantheon," an ambitious one-hour animated drama based on a series of short stories by Ken Liu about Uploaded Intelligence, or, human consciousness uploaded to the 'cloud.' Craig Silverstein ("Turn," "Nikita," "Terra Nova") will serve as the series writer/creator and showrunner, Ken Liu will serve as a consulting producer and the independent Emmy-award winning animation production company, Titmouse is also attached. Produced by AMC Studios, AMC has placed an initial order for two seasons of the speculative fiction series, consisting of eight one-hour episodes each.
AMC said about the TV series that "Pantheon' is an entertaining and provocative series about personal relationships and what happens to them when the boundary of life is removed from the human condition. And we're looking to push other boundaries here too, in making an animated drama that aims to be every bit as moving, immersive and visceral as any premium, live-action scripted series".
As audiences continue to consume television in new ways, "Pantheon" is one of multiple projects from AMC Networks that experiment with genre and format. The Emmy-award winning "State Of The Union," a premium short-form series from Nick Hornby and starring Chris O'Dowd and Rosamund Pike, launched on Sundance to acclaim last year, and AMC will debut two new series, "The Walking Dead: World Beyond," in April and "61st Street," starring Courtney B. Vance, as closed-ended two season series. AMC is also set to debut its first episodic anthology, "Soulmates," starring Sarah Snook, Charlie Heaton and Malin Akerman and as well as "Kevin Can F*** Himself" starring Annie Murphy, that turns the conventional format of the sitcom on its head.