Thousands of fans sign petition to save the show after cancellation In the Netflix documentary “1899,” a group of European immigrants sailing from London to the New World on the steamer Kerberos stumble upon a ship at sea.
Just after the first episode of the mystery-thriller series 1899’s first season on January 2, 2023. Netflix announced its discontinuation. The show’s co-creators Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar shared the news in a joint message that was uploaded on the latter’s Instagram. The notification began, “We regret to inform you that 1899 will not be renewed.
Like we did with Dark, we would have delighted to wrap up this incredible trip with a second and third season. But occasionally things don’t go as you had hoped. Such is life Seriesmy
“We know this will disappoint millions of people out there. They continued. But we want to express our sincere gratitude for your participation in this fantastic trip. I adore you. Never overlook. The show’s demise was not explain by co. Showrunners and executive producers Friese and bo Odar. But in the days following Netflix’s announcemen.
Hundreds of fans have joined a petition urging the streaming giant to maintain the show. In response to the new. Change.org petition was start and in the first 17 hours since it was start it has gather almost 18,000 signatures, accord to City A.M.
1899 was obviously design with the idea of numerous seasons. There are many unsolved questions following the first season. And the final episode ends on a significant cliffhanger.
The petition demands both a continuance of the programme and a satisfactory resolution to the plot. Additionally. The comments area of any social media post made by the official.
Thousands of fans sign handles is flood with requests to bring the show back. The programme follows a group of European immigrants sailing from London to the. New World on the steamer Kerberos when they come across a ship at sea.
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