“Walker” Reboot is Coming to an End After Four Seasons

Jared Padalecki in
Jared Padalecki in "Walker"

The CW did a pretty impressive job rebooting the ’90s classic Walker, Texas Ranger, but all good things must come to an end. The reboot series Walker starring Jared Padalecki has officially been canceled by The CW after four seasons.

Walker grew into one of The CW’s biggest hits in recent years since its premiere in 2021, but rumors about its potential cancelations have been circling around in recent weeks. It all started when Walker didn’t make it to The CW’s fall schedule, and its cancelation became inevitable after the sets in Austin, Texas were dismantled.

The CW eventually decided to pull the plug and released a statement announcing that Season 4 would be its last.

“We want to thank the entire cast, crew, writers, directors, and producers of Walker for their hard work and dedication over four incredible seasons. We also want to give a special thanks to star and executive producer Jared Padalecki,” reads The CW’s statement.

Padalecki also addressed the show’s cancelation in an emotional statement on social media, and described it as “a tough piece of news.” He took a moment to express gratitude to everyone who made this show possible, including passionate fans who have shown the cast and crew nothing but love and support for the past few years.