Josh Duhamel is not happy with how Netflix dealt with his newest present’s legacy.
The 48-year-old star took to Instagram on Thursday, June 3 to lament the streaming service having canceled his superhero collection Jupiter’s Legacy. The cancellation was introduced on June 2, lower than a month after Netflix launched the eight-episode first season on Could 7.
Josh shared a shirtless selfie with the grey lengthy hair and beard that he sports activities as Sheldon Sampson within the venture based mostly on the graphic novels by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely.
“If you get dumped by @netflix and must put your self again on the market…. #sexysantasummer,” the star captioned his submit. “What’s up, @hulu ?”
On June 2, Mark tweeted that Netflix wouldn’t be shifting ahead with extra episodes. Nevertheless, in response to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix has given a collection order to Supercrooks, a villains-centric live-action present that’s is about in the identical world as Jupiter’s Legacy and relies on the comics collection by Mark and Leinil Yu.
Netflix would not share scores numbers for its initiatives, however Jupiter’s Legacy presently has a 38 freshness score on Rotten Tomatoes. THR‘s Borys Package tweeted on June 2 that its first season value a whopping $200 million to provide, citing sources.
Among the many solid members sharing disappointment in regards to the present coming to an finish was Leslie Bibb (Grace Sampson). “this union is one thing i believed in and i’ll miss wholeheartedly,” she posted to Instagram on June 3.
The day prior, co-star Andrew Horton (Brandon Sampson) expressed on Instagram that the present had loads of tales left to inform. “I am unhappy and sorry that we do not get to proceed this journey,” he wrote. “I really feel as if we had barely scratched the floor with this one, however because the inimitable Jim [Carrey] as soon as mentioned ‘that is the best way the cookie crumbles.'”