Felicia D. Henderson There were a lot of expectations from the first kill.
The YA series had all the advantages of a successful show, with a diverse cast and interesting storylines that would appeal to teen audiences. But it looks like Netflix subscribers weren’t interested in watching all eight episodes, which debuted on the platform in June.
“When I got the call to say they weren’t renewing the show because the completion rate wasn’t high enough, of course, I was very disappointed,” Henderson said. The Daily Beast August 4. “Which showrunner won’t? I was told a few weeks ago that they were hoping that would be completed. I guess it didn’t.”
Henderson thinks that first killstarring Sarah Catherine Hook And Imani Lewis, was not given the necessary support to make it a success. “The art was beautiful for the initial marketing,” she said. “I guess I expected this to be the beginning and other equally compelling and important elements of the show—monster versus monster hunters, battles between two mighty matriarchs, etc.—will eventually be promoted, and that didn’t happen.”