First, the show's creator Chuck Rose has inked a two-year overall deal with Universal Television to work for a new television project for the studio. As a result, it's questionable whether Chuck will have enough time to work on The Art of More Season 3. Secondly, as we have mentioned above, the drama series has received mixed reviews from critics and viewers. Let's take a look at some data. On Rotten Tomatoes, The Art of More holds a score of 6.16/10 and only 26% approval rating from critics, while the viewers have evaluated the web series at 3.7/5/57%. On Metacritic, we oversee the ambivalent opinion of the target audience, 55/100 and 4.4/10, among critics/viewers, respectively. Finally, the show's score on IMDb looks average, 6.0/10 > 600 votes.
Summing up, the decision on the next season of The Art of More seems questionable. The showrunner is currently working on another project; the statistics of both seasons were weak; last year, we didn't see the third installment of the show in November. Therefore, we evaluate a chance of The Art of More for the third season as very low or even foggy. Nonetheless, we don't rule out the renewal at all.
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The story focuses on Graham Connor (Christian Cooke), an Iraq veteran who has joined an elite society thanks to a smuggling ring which he managed to take out of the country. Now Connor coordinates various deals between smugglers, con artists, and powerful clients capable of paying an immense amount of money for art objects thanks to his ties in Iraq. Cary Elwes serves as Connor's mentor, Arthur Davenport. Dennis Quaid portrays Samuel Brukner, an eccentric real estate mogul who is ruthless and corrupt when it comes to money.