The creator of Dead End: Paranormal Park reports that the series has been canceled by Netflix, despite the start of production on season 3.
2023 has been a tough year for fans of Netflix’s animated content with the announcement that Inside Job has been cancelled.
Unfortunately, streaming giant OTT has now made the decision to end the fantastic series Dead End: Paranormal Park, just as excitement for season 3 was skyrocketing with fans.
A thoroughly entertaining and socially pioneering series from start to now bittersweet stalemate, here’s everything fans need to know about Dead End: Paranormal Park being canceled ahead of Season 3.
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Dead End: Paranormal Park has been canceled by Netflix
Dead End: Paranormal Park creator Hamish Steele has confirmed that the series has been canceled by Netflix and will not return for season 3 as many fans had expected.
The news of the cancellation follows news that another Netflix animated series Inside Job was also axed following the controversial decision to overturn the original renewal order.
Speaking to an army of disappointed fans, Steele explained how he’s been “holding this news for a while now, hoping that we could reverse it, change it, make something good out of it. But unfortunately, I don’t think that’s possible at the moment.
“It is with a heavy heart that I tell you that Dead End is over. Obviously, we never wanted that to be the case. In fact, we made a writers room for Season 3. We have scripts, designs, and plans ready to go. It was always intended to give these characters the ending they deserve. But unfortunately, the powers that be don’t want it anymore. – Hamish Steele, via Twitter.
Steele would then share how “Honestly, we’ve been blessed to go through everything that’s happened over the past few years. And I want to acknowledge my gratitude to Netflix for commissioning the show and giving us the freedom to tell this story. We made history together and I couldn’t be more proud of these twenty episodes and every member of our team.
“I want to say a huge thank you to the fans. Your art, cosplay, fic, reactions, TikToks, and every interaction with me has been a delight. I could never have asked for a warmer response. – Hamish Steele, via Twitter.
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However, Steele revealed that his plan was to complete the story of Dead End: Paranormal Park somehow; “So… a sad day. But I believe that we will finish this story one day, a little how. He added, “At the moment I am hard at work on DeadEndia’s third and final book which I hope will provide some closure. Our Season 3 plan was heavily based on that.
“I continue to present shows with the same heart as Dead End. But until then, I hope Barney, Norma, Pugsley, Courtney and the entire team at Phoenix Parks continue to bring you comfort in times of darkness. – Hamish Steele, via Twitter.
Fans should note that Steele also included a note that fans can show their support for the series by also purchasing the DeadEndia books, which recently went into reprint serialization.
Naturally, fans of the Dead End: Paranormal Park series are thrilled to hear that the series has been canceled, especially since we never got a definitive conclusion to Season 3.
Screenwriter Eddie Robson commented, “Man, that sucks. Sorry to hear that.”
“Beyond the sadness of this announcement, I want to say: thank you so much for providing such a unique and personal experience that meant so much to so many people, including another autistic person like me. At least we get the end of the story to some degree. – Fan response, via Twitter.
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