A season later, Peacock canceled the science fiction TV series “Brave New World”, Variety confirmed. Universal Content Productions, the studio of the show, will try to sell it to other stores.
“Brave New World” was developed by David Wiener as part of the original Peacock launch and was the only script series when it aired in July.
Based on the novel of Aldous Huxley, “Brave New World” depicts a utopian society that achieves peace by completely prohibiting monogamy, privacy, money, family and history. An artificial intelligence system called Indra has also been established to connect citizens via wireless networks and rank them according to their compliance with social rules. But when citizens Bernard Marx and Lenina Crowne went to the land of the savages, the sow took a turn for the better, where they participated in the rebellion and were eventually rescued by the barbarian John Savage. Threatening the harmony of the utopian world.
“Brave New World”
The show is co-produced by UCP and Amblin TV, and by Wiener, Owen Harris and Grant Morrison, and Amblin TV co-presidents Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey. Vienna also serves as a performer.