Comics fans had plenty of reasons to be excited when HBO launched its Watchman show. The show received positive criticism, and it managed to attract a fanbase in the short time it was aired. However, it appears that this wasn\u2019t enough for HBO, and the future of Watchmen remains unclear. After the Watchmen finale, producer Damon Lindelof offered a statement which did not give too much hope to the show\u2019s fans: \u201cRight now the space that HBO is in and that I\u2019m in is we\u2019re asking the question, Should there be another season of \u2018Watchmen\u2019?\u201d Lindelof said. \u201cAnd if there should be another season, what would it be? I\u2019m not saying I don\u2019t want to do it, or it shouldn\u2019t exist. I\u2019m just saying, \u2018Boy, every idea that I had gone into this season of \u201cWatchmen.\u201d Limited Watchman TV Series, As Per HBO In the meantime, the status of the show was changed to the network. It appears that Watchmen is now classified as a \u201climited series,\u201d while it was previously considered a \u201cdrama series. \u201cWe discussed with the producers and felt limited series was the most accurate representation of the show and any possible future installments,\u201d read the official statement. If we analyze the situation, it appears that Lindelof is not really on board with a second season, and it seems highly unlikely that the TV network will go one with a different showrunner. While its new status does not mean that the show is necessarily over, most clues seem to the point that way. While we can\u2019t be sure whether we\u2019ll receive another season of Watchmen or not, the least we can do is celebrate the Lindelof\u2019s work with the first season. Watchmen managed to stay close to its source material while and deliver its own perspective as well, and that is not a simple thing to do.