Breaking News: Netflix has canceled Jupiter’s Legacy Season 2 just after the completion of its first season. The show premiered last month, which ended up in a cliffhanger; all the fans expected the show to return for a second season, but as per the recent report by Deadline, Netflix is not going forward with the series for a second season.
The show is based on a book of the same name by Mark Millar and Frank Quietly. It was considered one of the most exciting series of this year. But now it has been canceled just after its first season. According to Deadline, Netflix may bring back the series but in a different form, and as of now, because of the creative differences between the producers, the show will not go forward with the second season.
“We’re confident we’ll return to it later,” Millar stated about Jupiter’s Legacy.
In the meantime, Netflix is also developing a live-action adaption of Miller and Leinil Yu’s Supercrooks, which exists in the same universe of Jupiter’s Legacy. In addition, the streamer is also developing anime series, which is based on a comic book named Supercrooks that will arrive later this year. Miller has also given an update about Supercrooks.
Note: Supercrooks will appear first as an Anime series from Studio Bones later this year. @leinilyu & I have created a lot of new stuff for this show and it's looking fantastic. It'll be previewed at the Annecy animation festival in France later this month!
Miller also stated that he is proud of his team’s success with Jupiter’s Legacy; his team did a fantastic job with the series. For that, he has congratulated everyone on Twitter.
Jupiter’s Legacy is an excellent series with vast, rich space and filled with lots of characters. And now, with the new live-action version of Supercrooks comic, they have decided to let go of the cast of Jupiter’s Legacy as they will not return for a second season. As per Miller, it was a tough call for him to let go of the casts, but he promised that they would continue developing Jupiter’s legacy saga and return later with some other form.