Official decision has been made for the thriller series
Netflix has announced the cancellation of “First Kill” by deciding not to pick up the teen vampire series for a second season. The news comes nearly two months after the broadcaster aired all eight episodes of the show’s first season in early June. While Netflix claims it takes pride in the work the producers, cast and crew put into the show, the decision reportedly was based on cost issues.
Based on a short story by horror writer VE Schwab, “First Kill” follows Calliope (Imani Lewis) and Juliette (Sarah Catherine Hook), two teenage girls from loving but warring families: one from a dynasty of vampire hunters and the other from a dynasty of vampire hunters. a series of bloodsuckers. The series also starred Elizabeth Mitchell, Will Swenson, Aubin Wise, Jason Robert Moore, Gracie Dzienny, Dylan McNamara, Dominic Goodman, Phillip Mullings Jr., MK xyz, Jonas Dylan Allen and Roberto Mendez.
Felicia D. Henderson and Schwab executive produced for Belletrist Productions with Emma Roberts and Karah Preiss. Critics and viewers gave the series average ratings. However, the series had gained a dedicated following in the weeks since its premiere. In a post confirming the cancellation, co-star Goodman expressed his gratitude to the show’s fan base.
Goodman said, “I have nothing to say but love to each of you! Thank you all for participating in the show as if it was your own show, it was worth all the hard work and hours to see you all feel seen.” Netflix has decided to cancel the series, but the producers will definitely be looking for another platform for the series with potential.