The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself on Netflix is the last episode. According to Deadline, the British fantasy drama series has been canceled by the streamer after one season. The announcement follows the publication by slightly over a month.
Joe Barton, the program’s creator, posted on Twitter, “Sadly, yeah, Netflix [has] canceled [the show].” “I’m pretty proud of it, and I enjoyed working with the folks that helped me produce it. I apologize for being unable to complete the article.
Imaginarium, the UK producer of Half Bad, initially announced the information on Twitter. “We are delighted with the show Half Bad, which received excellent reviews and a fervently devoted global following. We have enjoyed working with such a wonderful cast and crew to bring our beloved show to life, even if we are sorry that the story will not be continued.
The series, which is based on Sally Green’s YA novel Half Bad, follows Nathan Byrne (Jay Lycergo), an illegitimate child of a perilous witch named Marcus Edge (David Gyasi), as he battles the odds against following in his father’s dangerous footsteps and learns his true identity alongside his friends.
The narrative is about finding oneself, embracing one’s flaws, and forging one’s own family to support one during difficult times. Additionally, there is a love triangle between Nathan and Annalise O’Brien (Nadia Parkes), Gabriel, and his friends, traveling companions, and other witches (Emilien Vekemans). The sweet LGBT love story at its center, another element that made this show exceptional, is revealed as the trio’s tale of passion and heartbreak plays out.
The fact that the production was based on the YA book series by Sally Green is the only positive news for people who adored the Netflix series and can’t wait to see what happens next in the plot. The audience may continue the magic by reading Green’s trilogy to see what happens to Nathan and the other characters in the novel.