The creator of Netflix’s latest fantasy hit has no idea about his future
The frustration among Netflix’s fantasy fanatics — not to mention the conspiracy theories that believe someone high up in the company has an intense hatred of the genre — has only recently been compounded by the news Vikings: Valhalla had been renewed for a third season while those that were an acclaimed supernatural detective series were banned Lockwood & Co. stay on their hands.
Unfortunately, history has shown that the streaming service has a penchant for preserving most of its most well-known effects-heavy favorites that boast a vocal online following, meaning the ax has been hanging over its head since day one. Creator Joe Cornish has previously admitted he has plans for two more seasons, but nothing is guaranteed in the world of Netflix fantasy.
Interestingly, when asked in an interview with Collider if he had any insight into the chances of a renewal, the Attack the block The director not only revealed that he’s just as in the dark as the rest of us, but dropped the bombshell that he’s not even attending an upcoming meeting with the platform’s bigwigs to discuss their future, or lack thereof.
“You won’t find out. I think we did very well in the first few weeks. I think we have another meeting that I won’t be attending because I’m an artistic type. I like to turn my attention to the creative side, you know? And we will see. It is a mystery to me.
It’s like with movies. You make the best possible movie and the rest is in the lap of the gods. The difference is, if you’re making a film and it doesn’t necessarily do well in theater, you have a shot at life beyond the theater. How, Attack the block made its reputation, really, after its theatrical release. how did The child who would be king. I think that’s the difficult thing about a streaming series, if you can’t do more, you don’t necessarily have a completely finished work out there. You know what I mean?”
As much as fans would love nothing more than to see it Lockwood & Co. returns to their screens, especially when the season one finale ended on a cliffhanger, no one will be the least bit surprised when it ends up joining the ever-expanding junkyard of a single season’s wonders.
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