Fantasy fans heartbroken by the cancellation news, but at least Netflix wasn’t to blame this time

Kieron Moore and Daniela Nieves as Dimitri and Lissa, Vampire Academy (2022)

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When news broke of the cancellation of a popular but niche fantasy show, Netflix is ​​often to blame. Oddly enough, that’s not the case this time, as another streaming giant is breaking hearts by canceling the nascent show Vampire Academy.

People are understandably very upset.

Also this angry fan:

For the uninitiated, Vampire Academy was about two young women from different social classes who have to complete vampire school in order to enter vampiric high society. It’s basically a mashup of a novel by Jane Eyre and dusk – based on the novels by Richelle Mead. The short-lived show comes courtesy of showrunners Julie Plec and Marguerite MacIntyre.

Even the show’s actors are depressed. Here’s the actress who plays Silver on the show, lulling in on the news.

This is Rhian Blundell playing Meredith.

“Why can’t a fantasy series get a second season?” seems to be a common refrain.

Not being that person, but there are six books you can read if you want to find out what happens next.

Some still cling to the hope that they can bring it back.

However, there is hope. meeting reports that Universal Television is “exploring other options” to keep the show going, especially as it has been selling very well overseas.

While Peacock is jettisoning the series, she still wants to work with Plec, who is working on her next Peacock project. It’s called baron, a drama set in a small town in Georgia. When you’re hungry for more Vampire Academy A film released in 2014 is shown on the screen. Just as a heads up, it’s gotten horrible reviews and has a 17% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Fantasy fans heartbroken by the cancellation news, but at least Netflix wasn’t to blame this time

Lindsay Lowe

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