Netflix is ​​canceling The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself after just one season +2023

Netflix made the decision to axe The bastard son and the devil himself after just one season.

The streamer canceled the British fantasy drama series just over a month after its release.

“Unfortunately yes, Netflix [has] canceled [the show]’, series creator Joe Barton wrote on Twitter. “I’m very proud of it and loved the people I got to do it with. I’m sorry I can’t finish the story.”

Barton served as executive producer with Andy Serkis, Jonathan Cavendish, Colm McCarthy, Phil Tennant and Phil Robertson. Adrian Sturges and Steve Clarke-Hall served as producers.

The show’s British producer, Imaginarium, first announced the news on Twitter. “Half Bad is a show of which we are incredibly proud, which has received excellent reviews, along with a fiercely loyal global fan base. While we are disappointed not to continue the story, we loved working with such a talented cast and crew to bring our beloved show to life.”

Based on the YA novel by Sally Green Half badThe series tells the story of Nathan Byrne (Jay Lycurgo), an illegitimate son of the dangerous witch Marcus Edge (David Gyasi), who struggles to overcome his chances of following in his father’s footsteps while living alongside his friends his true identity discovered.

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