One and executed. Netflix has launched its viewers to many distinctive TV reveals through the years — however not each unique sequence will get to discover their story past one season earlier than getting canceled.
Julie and the Phantoms developed a fast cult following when it hit the streaming service in September 2020. The musical comedy, which was primarily based on the Brazilian tv sequence Julie e os Fantasmas, adopted a highschool scholar who by accident summoned the ghosts of three useless musicians. The characters determined to work collectively to assist one another fulfill their desires and their unfinished business.
As followers waited to listen to if the present was canceled or renewed, government producers David Hoge and Dan Cross revealed that they already had concepts for the second season.
“If we are lucky enough to get a second season, the ghosts would have a lot going on,” Hoge and Cross advised TVLine in September 2021. “They’ve always wanted to get their music out there for the world to hear. Like Luke always says, they want that connection with their audience. A number one album? Song at the top of the charts? Whatever it takes to be remembered for their music. But as you saw at the very end, there are still plenty of obstacles to get in their way. And now it seems there’s an ‘obstacle’ in the inner circle.”
Two months later, government producer Kenny Ortega confirmed that Netflix selected to cancel the sequence as a substitute.
“Our [Julie and the Phantoms] family want to send our love and endless thanks to our Fantoms all over the world for the tremendous outpouring of love and support you have shown us since our premiere,” Ortega wrote by way of Instagram. “We learned this week that Netflix will not be picking us up for another season. Although our hearts are saddened, we move on with such pride for what we accomplished as a team and the family we built while creating Julie.”
He added: “We hope you will continue to follow us as we move forward with our work and careers. Happy Holidays to you all. Wishing you good health, love and #perfectharmony in all you pursue! Kenny, the Cast, Writers, Producers, Creatives, BC Crew, and our devoted [Netflix] Team!”
Julie and the Phantoms wasn’t the one sequence with a robust on-line presence that didn’t get to proceed telling its story. The post-apocalyptic sequence Daybreak additionally drew in followers after it initially dropped in October 2019. The comedian sequence adaption used humor to discover the story of a ragtag group of highschool college students attempting to outlive the tip of the world in Glendale, California.
One month after it was launched, sequence co-creator Aron Coleite introduced that Daybreak wouldn’t be returning.
“Thank you for picking up what we put down, for running with it in all of your amazing, weird, monstrous ways and for being such an important part of this show and our experience making it,” he tweeted in December 2019. “Here at Daybreak we don’t say we love you. We say ‘you’re a s–t.’ We say ‘let’s be monsters.’ So be s–ts, be monsters, give ’em Hell. Most importantly, keep being you. No one is as heartbroken as we are that we can’t share more of this ride with you. But we’re so grateful to have gotten to bring it this far. Thank you for riding with us, for your voices, your enthusiasm, your memes, your fart jokes, and your unashamed crazy. We’ll see you out there.”
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