Netflix Cancels ‘Seven Seconds’ Despite Plan For More Seasons

Netflix Cancels ‘Seven Seconds’ Despite Plan For More Seasons

Netflix Cancels ‘Seven Seconds’ Despite Plan For More Seasons

Netflix has stopped the clock on Seven Seconds.

Less than two months after the streaming giant premiered the drama starring  college name change on resume click law essay help colleges student reviews tolerance for viagra see url viagra girl 2015 research papers writing hw help organize a compare and contrast essay how do i add an email account to my iphone 6s how to make a how to essay naration essay get link viagra cialis online bestellen enter site tramadol viagra waob business administration research paper thesis writing services uk should boys learn to cook food essay application paper outline writing book reviews 3 cod generic pal pay viagra Regina KingRussell Hornsby and Clare-Hope Ashitey, the series from “The Killing” showrunner Veena Sud has been canceled, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The anthological drama explored race in America through a story involving the hit-and-run of an African-American teenager by a white Jersey City cop (Beau Knapp) and the crime’s subsequent cover-up by the mostly white police force.

It premiered Feb. 23 on Netflix to mixed reviews. While Netflix, like other streamers, does not release viewership information, the series has a 77 percent rating among critics and an 84 percent score among those who watched it.

“We loved working with Veena Sud, Regina King and the cast and crew of ‘Seven Seconds.’ Together they created a compelling, timely and relevant crime drama. The first season is a complete, stand-alone story that we are proud to feature on Netflix for years to come,” Cindy Holland, vp originals at Netflix, said Wednesday in a statement.

In a February interview with THR, Fox 21 Television Studios president Bert Salke said his hope was for Seven Seconds to run for additional seasons, featuring old characters returning along with new faces in an anthology format as the series would remain rooted in Jersey City.

“This I think in our mind can go on for four or five [seasons], even more,” Salke said at the time. “Each year will be a chapter … in the book about that city and what’s going on in the struggle to survive in urban America today.”

Netflix, meanwhile, will submit Seven Seconds as a limited series drama for Emmy consideration.




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