Streaming giants Netflix officially cancels Firefly Lane, a move which sees yet another successful run of a show cut short.
Streaming Giants Netflix Officially Cancels Firefly Lane
The executives of Netflix have cut back on its plans for its soapy drama, Firefly Lane which after just two seasons will come to an end.
And although the show had not been confirmed for a third run, it was expected that it would continue to run after its second season. The show has racked up 1.3 billion viewing minutes in its first five days as per reports from Neilsen’s weekly look at the biggest shows on streaming platforms which you would of course imagine would set the show up for the long term.
The Season Two Will Arrive In Two Parts
But instead, the streaming platform has decided to end the series with just two seasons to its name, but season two however will arrive in the style of Stranger Things and Ozark, in two parts. The season will be made up of 16 episodes with the first nine episodes available to stream from December 2, and then the second batch of seven episodes to premiere sometime in the coming year.
The Show Is Based On the Novel of the Same Name by Kristin Hannah
The show Firefly lane stars the likes of Scrubs’ Sarah Chalke and also the one-time focal point of Greys’ Anatomy Katherine Heigl. The show is based on the novel of the same name by writer Kristin Hannah and it documents the 30-year-plus friendship that is between Heigl’s Tully Hart and Chalke’s Kate Mularkey. The two have been friends since the age of 14 and they also have been through endless ups and downs, losses, and loves.
The Series Is Created By Maggie Friedman
The series as you should know is created by Maggie Friedman whose credit includes the likes of Dawson’s Creek and Witches of East End. The show is also co-starred by Ben Lawson, Beau Garret, Ali Skovbye, Roan Curtis, and Yael Yurman, with India de Beaufort, Greg Germann, Joelene Purdy, and lastly, Ignacio Serricchio joining the cast crew for the second season