exclusive: Peacock chose not to play the second season Brave new world. UCP, the studio behind the sci-fi TV series based on Aldous Huxley’s seminal novel, will buy it in other stores.
“There will be no season 2 Brave new world On the “Peacock”. “David Wiener made a thought-provoking film adaptation. We thank the actors and staff who brought this world to life. We hope to tell more stories with David in the future.
This is the first major TV series cancellation event since Susan Rovner joined NBCUniversal as chairman of the entertainment content company earlier this month. The department is responsible for the production of TV and streaming media programs.
Brave new world It is part of Peacock’s pioneering original slate and the only locally written script series launched in July. This huge budget TV series did not arouse hot discussion from critics and fans. Like most streaming media, Peacock does not post performance information in its shows.
Developed by Wiener and Grant Morrison based on Huxley’s dystopian novel, Brave new world Imagine a utopian society that achieves peace and stability by prohibiting monogamy, privacy, money, family and history itself. As citizens of New London, Bernard Marx (Harry Lloyd) and Lessina Crowne (Jessica Brown Findlay) go on vacation Savage Lands (Savage Lands), where they fell into a painful and violent rebellion. Bernard and Lenina were rescued by Alden Ehrenreich, and they fled back to New London with them. Soon after John arrives in the new world, he may destroy his utopian harmony, causing Bernard and Lenina to deal with this influence.
The series is jointly executed by WiCP and Amblin TV, and is co-produced by Wiener and Morrison and Amblin TV co-presidents Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey. Vienna also serves as a performer. Owen Harris directed the first two episodes, and the executive produced the series.
Brave new world Walked a long way to the screen. NBCUniversal’s Syfy and Amblin TV originally collaborated in 2015 to develop a scripted series based on Huxley’s classic movies. A year later, Morrison and Taylor were hired to write the adaptation. In 2019, the project received a direct order from the Syfy Brothers US network. The budget for the first quarter of the series was reported to be close to 100 million U.S. dollars, and was later migrated to NBCU’s new streaming platform Peacock as the only local original script series at the time of release.