Despite a promising start, HBO has canceled the show Lovecraft Country after just one season. According to Deadline, the network has canceled Lovecraft Country season 2. “We will not be moving forward with the second season of Lovecraft Country,” HBO said in a statement. “We are grateful for the dedication and artistry of the gifted cast and crew, and [we] applaud Misha Green for crafting this groundbreaking series.”
Lovecraft Country Canceled by HBO
The American horror-drama series, created by Joshua Astrachan and Misha Green, starred Jonathan Majors. The first season of the show was based on Matt Ruff’s book about Atticus “Tic” Freeman as he traveled across 1950s Jim Crow America in search of his father.
Although the story is based on H.P. Lovecraft’s work, it should not be watched as a horror series. For us, we need to do our own thing this season and come up with some new stories for adventures that are different than what he wrote more than 100 years ago.
HBO canceled the second season of “Lovecraft Country” and Jade took to social media, later on, to share what they had planned. In a tweet, she reveals a teaser from an alleged 75-page Bible that served as the base for upcoming episodes.
“A taste of the Season 2 Bible. Wish we could have brought you #LovecraftCountry: Supremacy,” she tweets with no plans for Confederate or another show. Thank you to everyone who watched and engaged.” “Next up, I’m meeting with writers about creating my next TV series-stay tuned!”
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