South Korean Netflix’s original crime-thriller series Juvenile Justice is reportedly canceled after one season.
According to What’s on Netflix, the series directed by Jong Jong Chan and written by screenwriter Kim Min Sook was reportedly mid. While it didn’t flop or perform poorly, the series wasn’t reaching exceptional heights either.
The series had 134,560,000 million hours of viewing while in the top 10s for seven weeks.
Naver Entertainment reported that the second season was canceled in the pre-production phase. The report stated that the giant, Netflix, chose to invest in more exciting k-dramas. Despite the rise in viewing hours, an exceptional 164%, the weeks following the rise decreased significantly.
For all the disappointed viewers, the series remains on Netflix, and there’s no news if it will be moved to another streaming app.
Source: Naver Entertainment, What’s on Netflix