After just one season Netflix surprisingly discontinues the new series of the House of Money maker

After just one season: Netflix surprisingly discontinues the new series of the “House of Money” maker

Actually everything looked like “White Lines” would get a 2nd season. Now, however, Marcus actor Daniel Mays has confirmed: The Netflix series will not get any more episodes, but will end prematurely after Season 1.

When “White Lines”, a new series from “House of Money” creator Álex Pina, launched on Netflix in May 2020, we were also very confident that the story of the death of an Ibiza DJ would continue with a second season becomes. After all, it was enthroned for a long time at the top of the daily updated lists of the most watched Netflix content.

In addition, producer Andy Harries stated that the series was designed for three seasons. Season 2 was even carefully prepared with a search for possible filming locations. But now there is a surprising back down:

Netflix drops “White Lines” after the first season.

Netflix drops “White Lines” after the first season.

This was confirmed by Daniel Mays, who was part of the main cast in the series as Marcus, after the first rumors now “with a heavy heart” via Instagram:

Check out this post on Instagram Following the reports in the press over the past couple of days and for all those asking me on here, it’s with a heavy heart I post the

Following the reports in the press over the past couple of days and for all those asking me on here, it’s with a heavy heart I post the

A post shared by Daniel Mays (@ danielmays9) on Aug 13, 2020 at 9:39 am PDT

It is rumored that the difficult production conditions due to the current Corona situation (especially for an internationally filmed series like “White Lines”) could have been a reason for the decision. In his post, Mays thanked Netflix, the production studios and Álex Pina for the “ride of his life” Rainierland.

It is rumored that the difficult production conditions due to the current Corona situation (especially for an internationally filmed series like “White Lines”) could have been a reason for the decision.

After all, only a half-open ending

The end for “White Lines” shouldn’t please fans, but at least they won’t be left with a completely open ending. Although the course was set for a continuation of the plot in the finale of season 1, the mystery of the central death has been completely resolved. So everyone who is still curious about the series can definitely take a look.

And there is a tiny consolation: Álex Pina should now have a little more time to concentrate more on a worthy conclusion to his Netflix hit “House of Money”, which is due to end with the coming fifth season.

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