‘Vampire Academy’ EP Shares Season 2 Update After Peacock Cancellation: “I Don’t See Any Avenue Forward”

Marguerite McIntyreExecutive Producer, Writer and Show Runner Vampire Academygiving fans an update about efforts for a possible second season of Peacock-The show got canceled and it’s not good news.

“I’ve wanted to say this for a very long time,” McIntyre said in a video shared on social media. “Again, thank you for all your love for the show. Thanks for the incredible support. Thank you for sticking with us through our many troubles lately.”

McIntyre continued, “I don’t have good news. I don’t see a way forward. I think now is the time to say I’m sorry for that, but not for lack of trying.” We fell silent for a bit because we couldn’t say anything. We poured our hearts out, and we tried, and we took it as far as we could.

Vampire Academy Based on the series of young adult paranormal romance novels by author Rachel Mead, it was co-created by Julie Plec. Peacock canceled the show earlier this year after only one season. Despite the outlook for a second season, McIntyre remains hopeful that the show can continue.

“It’s a beautiful show, it’s a beautiful book, it’s a beautiful character,” she said. “They will return to the world.”

“We cared more than anything that book fans loved what we did, and you guys did, and it meant the world. We thank you. You made this a hit for us. Joe Whatever happened, it was a hit because you loved and supported it.

Vampire Academy Set in a world of privilege and glamor where the friendship of two young women transcends their different classes as they prepare to complete their education and enter royal vampire society. The play blends the grandeur of aristocratic romance and the supernatural thrills of the vampire genre.

The series stars Sissy Stringer, Daniela Nieves, Kieron Moore, Andre Dae Kim, J.J. Starring August Richards, Anita-Joy Uwajeh, Mia McKenna-Bruce, Ryan Blundell, Jonetta Kaiser and Andrew Linner.

Watch McIntyre give the news to the fans below.