Netflix has officially pulled they plug on the supernatural YA drama, The Order.
After two seasons of werewolves and wizardry, the streaming platform will not renew the dark fantasy-horror series about a secret society of magic scholars at fictional Belgrave University who uncover magic-related mysteries.
Variety confirmed the news after series creator and executive producer Dennis Heaton tweeted on November 14, “For two seasons I was honored to work with an incredible cast and crew on The Order for @netflix. It is one of the best experiences of my career. Unfortunately, we aren’t returning, but I will always cherish the memories and the props I stole.”
Heaton also hinted at what fans could have expected from a third season of the show, writing: “PS – Jack was totally going to raise Alyssa from the dead, but she was going to come back wrong. Like, Pet Sematary wrong. Probably possessed by Zecchia. And a whole bunch of other corpses were coming back with her.”
The show stars Jake Manley, Sarah Grey, Matt Frewer, Sam Trammell, Katharine Isabelle and Max Martini. Executive producers include Heaton, Chad Oakes, Mike Frislev, Shelley Eriksen and David Von Ancken. “The Order” was written by Heaton, Eriksen, Rachel Langer, Jennica Harper, Penny Gummerson and Jason Filiatrault.