1899: the creator of the Netflix series announced (very) bad news
Baran bo Odar, one of the creators behind 1899 just shared some very sad news regarding the future of the Netflix series.
It's a saga full of twists and turns whose outcome seemed inevitable. As Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar's new original series looked set to become one of the platform's most enticing programs, an accusation of plagiarism soon put a damper on the mainstream hype around 1899 > – discomfort all the more corroborated by the lukewarm counter-arguments put forward by one of the main interested parties.
In fact, if one of the two creators of the Netflix series wanted to deny the accusations made by the Brazilian artist Mary Cagnin, the doubt remains despite everything, and irreversibly tarnishes the reputation of the artwork. Whether this condemnation is true or not, the recent controversy that has arisen from it may well have finally got the better of the series, since Baran bo Odar recently announced on his Instagram account some if not surprising, at least disappointing news:
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“It is with a heavy heart that I must tell you that 1899 will not be renewed. We would have loved to end this incredible journey with two more seasons, as we were able to do with Dark. But sometimes things just don't pan out. not as expected. That's life. We know that this will disappoint many.his fans. But we still want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for taking part in this wonderful adventure. We love you. don't forget.”
So, all hope of discovering the other two seasons originally planned by Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese is lost forever. An observation all the more frustrating that, faithful to the narrative complexity of its sister Dark, the first season of 1899 did not provide any resolution to the many mysteries raised by episode after episode, and concluded on a terrible cliffhanger.
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Propelled for several weeks in the top series of Netlix, the good performance of the series in terms of hours of viewing will therefore not have been enough to save the phenomenon from its loss. The exact reasons behind the cancellation of the series also remain nebulous, the co-creator of the series having not provided any precise answer on the subject. It will therefore be a question of being patient before, perhaps, discovering the ins and outs of this affair. Until then, the first season of 1899 and the entirety of Dark are still available on the Netflix catalog.