Netflix cancels another series after its first season
Unfortunately, a new disappointment arrives for subscribers of the Platform of Netflix and is that they announced that he had canceled another of his series with only one season and that it was also a success.
That’s right, recently the red logo platform confirmed that one of the platform content will not have a sequel and will end abruptly.
The truth is that it is not easy to position oneself in the service of Diffusion biggest in the world and Netflix knows all about it, so they need to take certain steps to continue on the same path of success.
As it happens, it has been decided to cancel one of its most talked-about productions at the time of its launch and unfortunately there will be no second season for viewers.
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The year is starting to come to an end and in the past there will have been various content that unfortunately was abruptly discontinued, whether due to financial difficulties, poor reception from audiences and criticism, for not reaching minimum audience levels in their first 28 days or simply because there are no intentions.
These are some of the traits that Cowboy Bebop, Hit & Run, Monarch, and the following show have come up with.
Thus, we knew that Netflix had decided to cancel the musical series Julie and the Ghosts, after a first season released in September 2020.
Its director and choreographer, Kenny Ortega, made it official via his official Instagram account.
This week we learned that Netflix will not be renewing us for another season. Although our hearts are sad, we continue with great pride what we have accomplished as a team and for the family we have built by creating Julie. “
From the synopsis: High school student Julie lost her passion for music after her mother died last year.
But when the ghosts of three dream musicians from 1995 suddenly appear in her mother’s old music studio, Julie feels that her own inner spirit begins to awaken and is inspired to resume singing and writing songs.
As her friendship with Julie grows, the boys convince her to create a new group together: Julie and the Phantoms.
Note that there were a total of nine episodes based on Julie y los fantasmas, a Brazilian fiction from 2011.
Its cast consisted of Madison Reyes, Charlie Gillespie, Owen Joyner, Jeremy Shada, Jadah Marie, Sacha Carlson and Savannah Lee May, among others.
As of yet, Netflix has not issued an opinion on the reasons for the series’ cancellation, however, the truth is that there are already fans bemoaning the news on social media.