After her debuts on Netflix in December and January, respectively, the series ‘V-Wars’ and ‘The faction October’ have been cancelled by the streaming platform with just one season each as reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
Both productions of supernatural theme to it are adaptations of graphic novels from the publisher american IDWresponsible for other adapted works like ‘Sonic: The movie’.
Based on the chronicles written by Jonathan Maberry about the first War of the Vampires in 2012, ‘V-Wars’ follows the story of the doctor Luther Swann (Ian Somerhalder), who will attempt to stop the spread of a strange disease that transforms people into predatory on other human beings. The first of them turns out to be his best friend, Michael Fayne (Adrian Holmes), who will walk away from your old life and begin to climb positions to become an important leader these “vampires” while Swann looks for a cure for this disease.
‘The Faction to October’, by your side written by Steve Niles, tells the story of a marriage that shares job: hunting monsters. Fred (J. c. MacKenzie) and Deloris Allen (Tamara Taylor) who, after the death of the father of Fred, returning to his hometown in the state of New York with their teenage children. As the family adapts, Fred and Deloris to hide their identities as members of a secret organization, and discovered quickly that his new environment of small town is not as idyllic as it seems.
‘V-Wars’ and ‘The Faction October’ bind to a list of series that Netflix has decided to avoid as ‘Spinning Out’, ‘Marianne’, or ‘Soundtrack’.
The other side of the coin
But not all are cancellations, this same week, the same platform has announced that there will be a second season of ‘Locke & Key’ and a third ‘Lost in Space’. In addition, from 2019 already know that the same streaming service intends to continue with two of their biggest hits as they are ‘You’ and ‘The house of paper’.