Kindred Season 2 Is Canceled By FX
Dana’s journey has arrive at its conclusion already. In line with the reports, Kindred season 2 is not likely to happen. FX has officially canceled the series.
And this comes as a shock to spectators, given how positively the series has been received. It’s unusual for FX to cancel a present after just one season.
And Deadline reported that FX “is noted for carefully curating its slate and taking time to develop projects, sometimes redoing a pilot, and most of its shows stay for a while.
Kindred Might Find A New Home
Kindred could find a new house, which will be not uncommon because when a show is canceled by one network, it may also be resurrected by another. Jacobs-Jenkins also noted he has many plans for the future of Kindred. And he also mentioned massive plans for a second season.
Jacobs-Jenkins said, “The writers and I will work very hard on the plans for Season Two. We’ve a great deal planned for Season Two, Season Three, and Season Four.
I encourage people to read the book, though if you never wish to spoil it for yourself, definitely don’t keep reading. But yes, there are plans for season two. Big dreams.”
The Showrunner Hoped For More Seasons
Jacobs-Jenkins expressed expect another season in an interview last year.
He said, “[I saw ‘Mad Men and ‘Breaking Bad’] engaging a viewership, not playing the game of like, ‘guess what happens,’ but like you’re really watching a writer write in real-time.
I felt like there was a genuine sense of feeling time pass, like the pleasure inside that space is watching these characters develop and grow. Which was part of what was making the show.
You’re making time for that, as opposed to the same as, ‘This is a season of television. I am hoping it comes home next season.’ ”
He also said that they might tell the story in 100s of episodes.
“The book is really rich. I do believe you could tell this story in a hundred episodes — and teaching people how to watch the show requires time. Along with introducing us to two honestly separate, different play worlds. It absolutely was tricky.
There’s a type of game you can play of, ‘Oh, every episode is simply a procedural or a short story unto itself.’ [But] individuals are watching these three in a row, so exactly what do you give people that may create a cumulative effect over three hours as opposed to a half-hour, the full hour?
‘What sort of longer shapes is it possible to make?’ is a big question I do believe is worth asking all the time, given that’s how individuals are consuming a streamed show that’s dropped in one single night.”
Johnson talked about the famous character Dana. Johnson said, “She’s really going right through it in this story, especially bouncing between two different worlds in two different spaces in this extremely discordant, confusing, and uncertain way. Dana is just someone who’s a pillar of strength to me.