CBS Renews Hit Series ‘Tracker’ for Another Season!

Tracker” has been picked up for a second season by CBS.

The show is based on Jeffery Deaver’s book “The Never Game,” and Justin Hartley plays Colter Shaw, a lone-wolf survivalist who roams the country looking for rewards and uses his expert tracking skills to help private citizens and the police solve mysteries while dealing with his own broken family. The show is based on Jeffery Deaver’s best-selling book The Never Game.


Nielsen said the Super Bowl was the most-watched TV show of all time, and the series premiere played right after it. It got 18.4 million viewers, and Paramount Global says that number has now grown to 30 million across all platforms. Since then, three more shows have aired, and they are still doing very well even without the football show. Episode 2 had 6.9 million viewers, Episode 2 had 7.1 million viewers, and Episode 3 had 7.4 million viewers.

Ben H. Winters created the show for TV, and he is one of the executive producers along with Hartley, Ken Olin, and Elwood Reid. Deaver is in charge of producing. The company is called 20th Television.

Amy Reichenbach, president of CBS Entertainment, said, “‘Tracker’ started our premiere week with a bang in the ratings and has kept the momentum going.” “We knew we had something special when we saw the first cut of the series, and the huge response from viewers backs that up.” We’re so grateful to Justin, the amazing cast, the writing and production teams, and our friends at 20th Television for making such great episodes. Of course, we’re also very grateful for the millions of people who watch every week.


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