Bad news, Netflix lovers – After much backing and forthing The Order Season 3 was officially cancelled. The fate of the show was still up in the air at the end season 2, but it has been cancelled.
It’s unfortunate, considering that the team behind the series wanted it to continue. Chad Oakes, executive producer of the series, spoke about his hopes and dreams during a Comic-Con@Home panel.
He said, “The fan response and the audience reaction has been amazing.” We are truly grateful to everyone who has watched. All the blogs, reviews, and all other activities show that you care. We are cautiously optimistic and hope to have good news soon.
Netflix announced in November 2020 that they had no plans for the fantasy series to be remade. This left it without a definitive conclusion and many unanswered questions.
Dennis Heaton, the showrunner of The Order wrote that he was honored to have worked with an amazing cast and crew for The Order on [Netflix]. It was one of the most rewarding experiences in my career.
“Unfortunately, we won’t be returning. But I will cherish the memories and the props that I stole.” We are grateful for your attention.
His Twitter bio states: “Cancelling This Order was not my decision.”
The statement is a testament to how passionate the fanbase is. Some are demanding that the Order at least see an end, if not a complete revival.
Heaton also shared some of his plans (though we don’t know if it was real or a joke). He later wrote: “PS- Jack was completely going to raise Alyssa, but she was going back wrong.” Pet Sematary is also wrong. Zecchia may have been the one who possessed her. A whole lot of other corpses were also coming back with her.”
Although the true cause of the cancellation is unknown, it is often due to Netflix’s inability to meet its expectations for viewership growth.
In 2020, however, the streaming service was more ruthless than usual in its approach to the future shows. Many were cancelled within a single season.
The case of The Society, a Lord of the Flies--style teen drama about children who have to take care of themselves after their parents go missing – the show received the all clear for season two. However, it was pulled from the schedule due to the pandemic shutdown. the order season 3
V-Wars (after a season), Atypical (4 seasons), Bonding (2 seasons), Spinning Out (1 season), Dash & Lily (1 season), and I Am Not Okay with This (one year).
The Order Seasons one and two of the series are available on Netflix.