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Netflix cancels 'Everything Sucks' after just one season

Netflix has announced the TV series Everything Sucks won’t be getting a second season.

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The show was only released back in February, meaning many users of the streaming service are yet to discover it.

The series was created by Ben York Jones and Michael Mohan, and is set in the real life town of Boring, Oregon.

The story follows a two groups of high school students, the Drama club and the A.V club, and since it’s set in 1996, it is very reminiscent of when many of us were actually in high school.

Critics had praised Everything Sucks for its representation of queer characters.

Executive Producer Jeff Pinker told the Hollywood Reporter that the creative team were disappointed that they would not be able to continue the story.

“We’re super proud of the show we made — and very proud that it found an audience of very passionate fans, for many of whom it became an important personal touchstone: either reflecting their current life, or an echo of their own teenage years,” Pinker said. “We are grateful to Netflix for the opportunity, but are very disheartened we won’t be continuing to tell these stories.”

If you’d like to see the show, check it out on Netflix. 


 

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