Netflix cancels mystery thriller series after one season

Thriller and mystery series 1899 Canceled after only one season on Netflix. The tape is revealed for the first time 1899 During the big Tudum event in September, which follows a group of commuters traveling across the Atlantic Ocean. 1899 It officially landed on streaming November 17 with all eight episodes of its new season. Unfortunately, there will be no season 2 1899, as confirmed by co-models Baran Bo Udar and Jantje Friese on social media. As with most controversial Netflix cancellations, there’s always the possibility that another network or streaming service could make moves to pick up and continue the mystery-horror series.

It is with a heavy heart that we have to tell you this 1899 It will not be renewed,” Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese, who are also behind Netflix dark, on Odar’s Instagram account. “We wanted to end this amazing journey with seasons two and three as we did nonetheless dark. But sometimes things don’t go the way you planned. this is life. We know this is going to disappoint the millions of fans out there. But we want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for being a part of this amazing adventure. We love you. Never forget. Bo & Jantje. “

What is Netflix’s 1899?

in a 1899, a group of European immigrants leave London on a steamship to start a new life in New York City. But when they encounter another immigrant ship sailing out to sea, their journey begins to turn into a nightmare. The series stars Emily Beecham, Aneurin Barnard, Andreas Beechmann, Miguel Bernardo, Maciej Musia, Anton Lesser, Lukas Lingard Tonesen, Rosalie Craig, Clara Rosager, Maria Ehrwalter, Martin Grace Rosenthal, Jan Gael, Matilda Olivier, Isab Pimentau, Gabby Wong, Jonas Bloquet, Flynn Edwards, and Alexander Willum.

“There’s a lot in DNA that’s kind of like dark In terms of conundrum and the need for an active, committed audience,” Friese explained In an interview with Entertainment Weekly. “But there’s also very different things in terms of atmosphere and tone, but also pacing and more action events. So it’s really its own beast, but it shares a lot of the same mechanics as maybe dark Do. Hopefully, it feels like something really fresh and new, while it still is [being] what exactly dark Fans would like to see it.”

“We like to play with genres and expectations,” Udar responded. “I think you have to watch carefully, because every little piece means something.”

Odar and Friese also point out that 1899 stories cannot be told in one sitting.

It’s been structured again as a totally three-season mystery darkFriese explained. And obviously that’s only going to happen if enough people watch, but the way we approached development and how the first season ends, you kind of want to have another. So hopefully, eventually, this will happen. This is how we put together a plan, and let’s see if the world agrees.”


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