Netflix series Damn was canceled after just one season.
The show, which was a retelling of Arthurian legend and followed Nimue (13 reasons why‘s Katherine Langford), a young woman with a mysterious gift, won’t return to complete season two legend, reports Deadline.
King Arthur actor Devon Terrell previously explained how he hoped there would be another season because they had “only scratched the surface of what the show could be.”
Last year he said Digital spy: “Honestly, I don’t know where my character is going. [Showrunner] À M [Wheeler] haven’t told me yet [laughs]. But if there’s a season two, I think the finale is an incredible launching pad for that, because for me, personally, the series just gets better and better.
“I love where we stop. Let’s keep our fingers crossed. Hope everyone is watching. But there is so much room to grow.
“It looks like the beginning – we’ve just scratched the surface of what the series could be and how far it could go. “
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The fantasy drama also starred Gustaf Skarsgard as Merlin, Teens LoupDaniel Sharman as Lancelot, Sebastian Armesto as King Uther, Lily Newmark as Pym, Peter Mullan as Father Carden, Shalom Brune-Franklin as Morgana, Bella Dayne as Red Spear, and Matt Stokoe as Gawain.
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