Netflix's First Kill Canceled After First Season

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By Maureen Buccellato  Aug 03, 2022 10:16 AM EST
Netflix's First Kill Canceled After First Season

Netflix has canceled "First Kill" after just one season. 

The series, which was executive produced by Emma Roberts, was released on June 10 of this year and made a decent showing, however, sources say it didn't mean the thresholds that Netflix implements. It did manage to make its way into the weekly top 10 for English-language TV series during its first three days of release. It peaked at the Number 3 spot in its first week with 48.8 million views; a strong showing only behind "Stranger Things 4" and "Peaky Blinders Season 6". 

The teen vampire drama series starred Sarah Catherine Hook and Imani Lewis, as well as Elizabeth Mitchell, Aubin Wise, Jason Robert Moore, Gracie Dzienn, Will Swenson, Phillip Mullings Jr., Dominic Goodman, and Dylan McNamara. It is based on the Victoria "V. E." Schwab short story of the same name. Felicia D. Henderson, who served as the series showrunner, co-wrote the script with Schwab.



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