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- ‘Vampire Academy’ Cancelled After One Season at Peacock
Common is presently searching for one other dwelling for the sequence.
Peacock has canceled fashionable aoung grownup drama sequence Vampire Academy after only one season. The information comes after the NBCU streamer additionally canceled one other younger grownup thriller sequence, One in every of Us is Mendacity.
In accordance with a current Deadline report, the choice to cancel the packages got here after Peacock executives acknowledged the present didn’t fulfil the requisite viewers necessities to warrant additional seasons. Nevertheless, the executives did state they had been proud of the creativity behind the present, with Common presently searching for one other dwelling for the fantasy sequence to proceed.
Vampire Academy is predicated on the fantasy novel sequence by Richelle Mead and is helmed by Julie Plec and Margeurite MacIntyre (as author). The sequence, which premiered on September 15, 2022, focuses on two younger vampires from completely different societal courses, Dhampir (half-breed vampire) Rose Hathaway (Sisi Stringer) and her greatest buddy and future ward, Moroi princess Vasilisa Dragomir (Daniela Nieves) as they navigate highschool and outdoors threats. The sequence additionally stars Kieron Moore (Dimitri Belikov), André Dae Kim (Christian Ozera), J. August Richards (Victor Dashkov), Anita-Pleasure Uwajeh (Tatiana Vogel), Mia Mckenna-Bruce (Mia Karp), Rhian Blundell (Meredith Beckham), Jonetta Kaiser (Sonya Karp), and Andrew Liner (Mason Ashford). Plec will proceed working with Peacock, with a thriller drama sequence, Freeman, presently within the works.
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The change additionally comes as Peacock strikes into its subsequent section of growth, with the current launch of a number of new exhibits. This month, the streamer launched comedy-drama Finest Man: The Closing Chapters, case-of-the-week thriller sequence Poker Face, and documentary-comedy Paul T. Goldman. A brand new horror-thriller from writers Ian McCulloch (Yellowstone) and James Wan (The Conjuring) primarily based on Robert McCammon’s 1988 novel Stinger has been ordered, in addition to two different sequence, Based mostly on a True Story and Mrs Davis.
The information was introduced on the identical time they canceled one other fashionable present, One in every of Us is Mendacity. Based mostly on the 2017 novel of the identical identify by Karen M. McManus, One in every of Us is Mendacity tells the story of 4 youngsters embroiled within the homicide of a peer. The sequence premiered in October 2021, marking the present as the primary Peacock pilot to proceed right into a sequence, with a second season airing in October 2022. The sequence stars Annalisa Cochrane (Addy), Chibuikem Uche (Cooper), Marianly Tejada (Bronwyn), Cooper van Grootel (Nate), Barrett Carnahan (Jack), Simon (Mark McKenna) , Melissa Collazo (Maeve), and Jessica McLeod (Janae).
Vampire Academy is presently streaming on Peacock. Take a look at the official trailer for the vampire sequence beneath: