Dead End: Paranormal Park fans in “mourning” after Netflix cancels series

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Dead End: Paranormal Park has been cancelled, according to creator Hamish Steele. In a statement posted to social media, Steele revealed that Netflix “don’t want” to move forward with the beloved LGBTQ+ animation series, which aired two seasons last year.

Steele said he’s “held onto this news for a while now”, hoping that he could “reverse” the streamer’s decision: “But sadly, I don’t think that’s possible right now.

It’s with a heavy heart that I tell you Dead End is over.” Although Steele and the team held a writers’ room for a third season with “scripts and designs and outlines ready to go”, Netflix have chosen not to “give these characters the proper ending they deserve”. “Honestly we were lucky to make it through everything happening in the last few years.

And I want to emphasize my gratitude to Netflix for commissioning the show and for giving us the freedom to tell this story,” he wrote. “We made history together and I couldn’t be prouder of those twenty episodes and every single member of our crew.

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