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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally View Post
    New season starts today.
    Yes. I watched Season 2, Episode 1 (S2E01) of History Channel's Project Blue Book last night.
    Taking on "The Roswell Incident", part 1 of a 2 part story.
    Depending on your cable provider, you may be able to stream the video.

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    Sadly it seems, History Channel's "Project Blue Book" has run it course. NO season 03.
    Not sure how I missed this press release.
    Too bad, I was enjoying the series up to this point (end of Season 02).


    Project Blue Book Cancelled By History Channel

    By Kofi Outlaw

    Project Blue Book has been cancelled by the History Channel. The show had just ended its second season on a major cliffhanger, which saw one series protagonist, Capt. Michael Quinn (Michael Malarkey), seemingly die an explosion, leaving his partner Dr. Allen Hynek (Game of Thrones' Aidan Gillen) on the search for Quinn. The show was inspired by the real-life works of Dr. J. Allen Hynek and his fellow researchers at the actual Project Blue Book, which were a series of studies about UFOs conducted by the US Air Force in the 1950s. A+E Networks has now made the official decision not greenlight Project Blue Book season 3, Deadline reports.
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    Thats rather surprising, Wasn't "Project Blue Book" one of their highest rated shows? Though the pandemic likely hurt the production considerably. Maybe after Covid is finally over they might look at it again and possibly think about new episodes.
    My inner Mulder wants to believe, but my inner Scully remains skeptical.

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