After less than a year on the platform and with just one season released, the series will not have new episodes.
These are tough times at Netflix. Although the streaming platform continues to grow by leaps and bounds and the new competitors do not seem to affect it, heads do not stop rolling within its catalog, at a time when the pandemic greatly complicates the monitoring of less popular productions. That is the case of Grand Army, the teenage series that did not get the green light for a second part.
The series, which followed “five Brooklyn high school students fighting for success, survival, freedom, and their future in a chaotic world“, Hit the streaming platform in October last year and garnered decent reviews, with a 71% on Rotten Tomatoes and a good acceptance by the public. However, none of this was enough for him to have permission for more episodes.
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Grand Army was inspired by the play Slut: The Play by Katie cappiello, who served as creator and showrunner of the Netflix production. Now it joins the increasingly bulky list of canceled options on the platform and only its first nine chapters will survive.
The Netflix entry canceled teen series Grand Army was first featured on AmericanMovies.