What you need to know
- F. Murray Abraham will not be part of the third season of Mythic Quest.
- Producer Lionsgate has confirmed that Abraham will not return but won't comment further.
- Apple TV+ points people toward Lionsgate's sparse statement.
Apple TV+ and Lionsgate have confirmed that F. Murray Abraham will not return for the third season of Mythic Quest. The 82-year-old actor played the role of the popular writer C.W. Longbottom on the show.
The popular Apple TV+ show has already been confirmed for two more seasons with no mention of Abraham sitting them out. Whether he will return for a fourth season hasn't been confirmed, but it seems unlikely at this point.
Mythic Quest has been a cult Apple TV+ hit and Abraham had previously spoken about his love of his role, saying that he found a "connection and humanity" when working on the show.
All eyes will now be on Apple TV+ and creator Rob McElhenney to see where Mythic Quest goes from here — and whether the news will mean a delay in the arrival of season three.
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