– Netflix has cancelled “Shadow and Bone” after two seasons
– A separate Six of Crows series is reportedly being discussed
– The show gained strong ratings and an enthusiastic fan base during its run
Netflix’s popular series “Shadow and Bone” will be coming to an end after its second season, as the streaming giant has decided to cancel the show. Although the series was beloved by its fans and had strong viewership numbers, it seems that this wasn’t enough to save the show from cancellation.
Based on Leigh Bardugo’s Grishaverse novels, “Shadow and Bone” was a visually stunning fantasy series that managed to create a loyal fan base during its relatively short run. The first season was released in April 2021, while the second season is scheduled for release in 2023. Although viewers are left with only two full seasons to enjoy, there may still be some hope for Grishaverse fans to experience more of the book series’ world on screen.
According to sources, Netflix is reportedly discussing the possibility of creating a separate series based on Bardugo’s Six of Crows duology. These novels take place in the same universe as “Shadow and Bone,” featuring a fresh set of characters who embark on a dangerous heist. While nothing has been confirmed yet, this potential spin-off may satisfy the craving for more stories set within the Grishaverse.
The cancellation of “Shadow and Bone” is a surprising decision, considering the show’s substantial fan base and viewership numbers. As loyal fans mourn the loss of the series, they can at least look forward to the upcoming second season and keep their fingers crossed for the potential Six of Crows spin-off.