Properly, this bites.
Excuse the pun, but it surely actually does.
Netflix has canceled the buzzy vampire drama First Kill after one season.
Deadline reported the information on Tuesday evening, however the streamer has but to verify the cancellation.
The collection launched on Might 5.
“When it is time for teenage vampire Juliette (Sarah Catherine Hook) to make her first kill so she will be able to take her place amongst a robust vampire household, she units her sights on a brand new lady on the town named Calliope (Imani Lewis),” the logline reads.
“However a lot to Juliette’s shock, Calliope is a vampire hunter from a household of celebrated slayers. Each discover that the opposite will not be really easy to kill and, sadly, means too simple to fall for.”
Felicia D. Henderson (The Punisher, Empire, Gossip Lady, Soul Meals) serves as showrunner, government producer, and author of First Kill, which is predicated on the quick story by New York Occasions best-selling creator Victoria “V. E.” Schwab, who can also be a author and government producer for the collection.
Emma Roberts and Karah Preiss function government producers by way of Belletrist Productions. FIRST KILL additionally stars Elizabeth Mitchell, Aubin Sensible, Gracie Dzienny, Dominic Goodman, Phillip Mullings, Jr., and Jason R. Moore.
When TV Fanatic spoke to Dzienny in June, there had been no phrase on a second season.
“We’ve not heard something but, however I simply hope so. I imply, the followers have been so type and so beautiful,” the star shared.
“And I received a message right now that was like, ‘I am watching it for the fourth time.'”
On the time, the star mentioned that Felicia had many concepts for what would develop into of the characters on Season 2.
The collection launched to a 58% approval scores, however the most effective measure of success is with the followers.
It had a 90% viewers rating on Rotten Tomatoes, signaling that style followers embraced the collection and its Romeo & Juliet-esque love story.
The collection ended with a number of cliffhangers that can doubtless by no means be resolved, which is not a great factor.
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Paul Dailly is the Affiliate Editor for TV Fanatic. Observe him on Twitter.