No Season 2 for the superhero drama.
June 2, 2021
It is being reported that Jupiter's Legacy has been cancelled after just one season, with Netflix releasing the cast of their commitments to the series. The news comes less than a month after the drama released its eight-episode run, which ultimately garnered mixed reviews from critics.
The series takes place in a world where a superhero team comprised of the first generation of heroes have kept the world safe for almost a century. As they hand the reins to their children, tensions are rising and the old rules no longer apply. Now it's up to the younger generation to continue their elders' legendary ideals.
While Jupiter's Legacy may be over, the streaming service looks to be staying in business with creator Mark Millar by expanding the same universe in the form of a new series based on his 'Supercrooks' comic. The new live-action series is still in the planning stages, but will act as a new installment in the saga.
06/27/21 at 03:40pm
LOL...the synopsis written on this page is more interesting than the actual series. I saw all 8 episodes, and there are some good moments in there, but equal number of bad moments. First, lets address the elephant in the room - the costumes. White never works, and with good reason too. Second, there was no character growth. When your lead sees things happening all around him that scream to his face that he needs to change, but he doesn't, people lose interest in the character. At the end of the season, he is still the same he was at the start. Third, the storytelling style, interweaving the past and the present, was not that well done. It was jarring and divided the viewer's attention, rather than revolve around a common theme where the events of the past informed why characters did what they did in the present. This was sorely missing. Also, female superheroes were either subservient dames or got killed, or both. In 2021, a big no-no.
06/18/21 at 03:16pm
There was a lot of potential here, but in the end it was more of a high school drama project then serious television series, especially the fight scenes. The biggest disappointment for me was the "surprise" villain at the end - its funny because i saw it coming in episode 1 and was thinking "wouldnt it be a nice change to find out that person was actually a really good guy after all?..." ... yeah... Anyway, props for effort, but im not crying this one is out...
06/09/21 at 04:15am
Well that sucks. I quite liked it. I guess now we will never get to see how the cliffhanger at the end plays out.
06/07/21 at 03:02pm
Well that is a bummer. Never gave it a chance to get an audience I just got around to it last week. With all the crap
06/07/21 at 11:47am
You mean as ridiculous as your grammar?
"Anyone who thinks Mark Millar is "woke" has never ready any of his comics"
06/07/21 at 07:18am
Anyone who thinks Mark Millar is "woke" has never ready any of his comics. This is the same guy who had Kick-Ass beating up gang members, and a character remarked "that guy is beating up some Mexicans! It's great." or something similar. He is about as un-"PC" as you can get. Find a new catchphrase and stop being ridiculous.
06/06/21 at 01:04am
I used to like Netflix, But HBO MAX is the future. I dropped Netflix until Peaky Blinders & The Last Kingdom return. Netflix got complacent. Too bad.
06/05/21 at 03:23pm
06/05/21 at 03:10pm
Dude is mad because this crap show got cancelled.
06/05/21 at 01:50pm
I could not watch this or the boys on amazon. I tried but it is too cynical for me, however Invincible has a evil villian posing as a hero but real heroes fight him. So it was ok by me. But that is not why this fell probably. It just is not as well done as the boys is storywise for antihero fans
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