After just one season, Netflix has cancelled the popular science fiction series 1899.  

The show was the brainchild of Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar, who previously created the popular Netflix series Dark

Dark and 1899 both enjoyed having intriguing plots that kept the audience guessing.  

The Kerberos ship’s crew and passengers were the main focus of 1899, as were the sinister mysteries linking their voyage to that of the Prometheus, a ship that had lately vanished. 

Co-creator of 1899 Baran bo Odar revealed on Instagram that Netflix decided not to renew the show for a second season.  

In a joint statement, Bo and co-creator Jantje expressed their regret that Netflix decided not to renew 1899.

The show’s co-creator also revealed that the original idea was for 1899 to tell its twists and turns over the course of three seasons.

The statement ends with a thank you to 1899’s followers, and the authors mention the effect the news would have on millions of people. 

The conclusion of 1899’s first season saw Maura chose to awaken from the virtual environment she had created after finally remembering her past. 

The conclusion of 1899 gave season 2 the chance to see Maura attempting to determine if she is in the actual world or a simulation run by her brother Cirian.