‘1899’ canceled after a season on Netflix


In a fast-paced environment where consumption is driven, and like streaming services, the move must be swift and decisive. And so Netflix cancelled the multilanguage sci-fi thriller entitled 1899.

It was the second time Netflix watched the show in December 2022, a second on Wednesday, then on Wednesday.

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The show premiered on the streaming platform on December 17, 2022. It was consistently interesting and revolvingly popular in the two weeks of 2022. Just as the worldwide smash hit Wednesday hit is easy, but Netflix doesn’t base a decision on the production by itself.

In a post in Instagram, dark and 1899 showrunners Jantje Friese and Barano Odar revealed the sad news that their show won’t be renewed for season two. The show stars Dark’s Andreas Pietschmann, Emily Beecham from Hail Caesar, Dunkirk’s Aneurin Barnard, and Gabby Wong.

From the way Jantje Friese co-written a few contributors, to Baran bo Odar, the show could have gotten a long-lasting legacy. After hearing the news, they knew that they had to say it.

We have to tell you about the fact that 1899 won’t be renewed. We would like to finish this unforgettable journey with a second and third season as we did with Dark. But sometimes things never look like you’d planned. The co-signed statement reads “That’s life.” “We know that this will disappoint millions of fans out there. But we want to thank you a lot from the bottom of the heart for your contribution to this wonderful adventure. We like you. Don’t forget that.

The shows action is set 13 years before the Titanics doomed journey, with 1899 starting asking, What if there were a ship and then there wasn’t a ship?

A collection of eclectic characters were introduced by a migrant steamship aboard from London to New York. After investigating an unknown signal from a ship that went missing for a couple of months, the crew and passengers have become drawn into a fun that will tell you the nature of a reality. So apparently, Netflix didn’t approve of that idea, as the showrunners publicly stated that they interested in sequels beyond the first eight episodes.

This might seem sad, but it would be much harder to search for a buyer if the showrunners stop shopping around the follow-up seasons.

When it comes to TV, the choice of the streaming giant to cut down on password sharing hasn’t gone so well. Another alternative, which is introducing ad-supported plans, has gone worse, but only a small percentage of users took advantage of the low cost of service.


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