Matt Lopez’s “Treasured Land,” starring John Ortiz, has been called an “epic drama spanning a generation about a Latin American family fighting for wealth and power in California’s Sanoma Valley.” The The official trailer for the show has almost become similar to “Succession” or “Empire” for a wine country.
The premiere of “Treasured Land” took place in January 2022, and the first season ended in March. Despite the fact that it received slightly higher ratings than “Queens”, even – with the premiere, which gathered 1.89 viewers (through Showbuzz Daily) – “The Promised Land” was, trans Deadline, “The least watched ABC series and the lowest rating this season.” This made his recovery unlikely, despite the positive reviews.
Given that “Treasured Land” maintained more stable ratings during the first half of the season, it becomes clearer why “Queens” – in the finale of which the number of viewers fell to just over a million viewers – will also not be restored.
The “Queens” movie trailer shown characters who talk about second chances and conquer the world, and there is always a chance that his and the “Promised Land” could go shopping and find a second life somewhere else in the world of broadcast. We’ve seen this happen to other canceled shows that have had loud and passionate fans, but we still need to find out if that’s really the case for any of these shows.
So far, at least, “Queens” and “Treasured Land” have spent their day in the sun on ABC. The first season of both shows is now airing on Hulu and DirecTV.