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Netflix cancels Resident Evil after one season

Netflix cancels Resident Evil after one season

Streaming live on Netflix vampire The series will not get a second season. Limit I mentioned Friday. despite of Big and long-term plans For the TV adaptation of Capcom’s survival horror franchise, vampire The series reportedly did not find an audience large enough to warrant the renewal.

vampire Shown for the first time in Julyshortly after the great success and control of the conversation The second part of Weird things Season 4 dropped on Netflix, which could explain the lukewarm first word oral. The show was also poorly received by critics and fans. in Polygon season 1 reviewwe said, “Biggest surprise about Netflix’s new Resident Evil series […] It is her fervent devotion to the series’ “weird and often messed up canon—and how boring the show is as a result.” Reviews in another place It was similarly negative.

Adaptation created by supernatural The show focused on Andrew Dapp on the heavy-duty Resident Evil series Albert Wesker (Lance Riddick) and his teenage daughters (“Girls”) Billy and Jed. The narrative is divided across two timelines, one in South Africa where the Umbrella Corporation has established a new headquarters, and the other more than a decade into the future, Where the world has been invaded by zombies. Together with Riddick, vampire It stars Ella Palinska, Tamara Smart, Sienna Agudong, Adeline Rudolph, and Paula Nunez.

The eight-episode Netflix series recently came after another disappointing live-action adaptation, Sony Pictures’ so-so. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, which bowed in theaters last November. Resident Evil fans will at least get a new video game fix soon, with a New upcoming story expansion for Resident Evil Village October this and a remake of Resident Evil 4 landing early next year.

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