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Daybreak, Netflix’s comedy and fantasy series, debuted on October 24 on the streaming platform, but what was good was short-lived: production was canceled even in its first season, and will not receive new episodes in the future.
Directed by Brad Peyton and created by Jeff Fierson and Aron Eli Coleite, the Daybreak plot touched on the consequences of a nuclear accident that turned adults into zombies, and the future of the world is in the hands of misfits teenagers.
On Twitter, Aron shares his affection with fans of the series:
“I don’t know how to say it, so I prepared a small statement. I love you. Thank you!”, He comments when introducing the farewell letter left for fans of the series, which says:
We found out last week that Daybreak would not return for a second season. We’re sorry that we haven’t been able to share this with you before, but we’re also grateful that we’ve had fun in these last tweet sessions with everyone with you. Thank you for taking what we dropped, for running with us on this incredible, strange and monstrous journey, and for being such an important part of this series and the experience of doing it.
Here at Daybreak we don’t say I love you. We say “you suck”, we say “let’s be monsters”. So be shit, be monsters, give them hell. And most importantly, remain yourself.
Nobody was as heartbroken as ours because we cannot share more of this journey with you, but we are very grateful to have made it this far. Thank you for venturing out with us, for your voices, for your enthusiasm, your memes, your fart jokes and brazen madness. We’ll go there.
Thus, Daybreak is officially canceled and will not return for a second season.
The initial episodes are still available on Netflix.
Read more about Daybreak at Cinema10.