Bad news for and a strong blow for the productions of Netflix: the streaming platform decided to unsubscribe The Society. Although in July 2019 the second season, fans of the drama series created by Christopher Keyser will be left wanting to see it.
As officially announced by the streaming giant, those responsible for the company are “Disappointed to have to make these decisions due to the circumstances created by COVID-19”. The production could not continue with its filming due to the pandemic and the delay caused it to be determined to cancel the saga.
In the same statement, Netflix indicated that it made the same decision with This shit surpasses me and thanked “all the writers, actors and teams who worked tirelessly to make these series for all of our members around the world”.
The Society was a drama series starring Kathryn Newton, Gideon Adlon, Sean Berdy, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Jacques Colimon and Olivia DeJonge, among others. “The inhabitants of the wealthy town of West Ham mysteriously disappear. Only teenagers are saved, who must create their own society to survive “, is the synopsis shared by the entertainment service.
How are the people still standing and the teenagers are the disappeared? Could it be that what these young people experience is a punishment? Is it a divine or human sorrow?: some questions that were left unfinished after the end of the first season and that, for now, will not have answers.
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