Lior Raz’s Netflix drama Hit and Run canceled after series one

Despite the end on a huge cliffhanger, Lior raz and Avi IssacharofFspy thriller Hit and run has not been renewed by Netflix for a second series, Deadline revealed this week.

Raz also starred in the action drama – about a man gone in search of answers after his wife’s mysterious death – alongside a star-studded cast of Sanaa Lathan, Kaelen Ohm, Moran Rosenblatt, Gregg Henry and Lior Ashkenazi.

Despite critical and public praise, the nine-episode series will not return after being deemed too expensive to produce, having been filmed in New York and Israel.

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Hit and run was created and written by Raz and Issacharoff, the co-creators and executive producers of the anti-terrorism thriller Fauda, alongside Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin, creators of Amazonian comedy Z: The beginning of everything.

The show, which is currently airing on Netflix, revolves around Israeli tour guide Segev Azulai (Raz), who leads a happy life in Tel Aviv with his young daughter and new American wife, Danielle (Ohm).

But when she’s killed in a mysterious hit-and-run on the day she has to return to New York for a visit, he suspects it may not have been an accident.

With the help of an ex-lover (Lathan), he uncovers disturbing truths about his beloved wife and the secrets she has kept from him.

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