TV shows are trying to stay alive in 2020. Here is everything you need to know about On Becoming A God Season 2.
Few days after it was announced that glow is going to be cancelled by Netflix, Showtime revealed that it has given The ax to on becoming a god in Central Florida, the dark comedy that has also given Kristen Dunsta 2020 Golden Globe nomination for best performance by an actress in a television series, musical or comedy. Season 2 was supposed to be aired on September 2019.
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According to the network, a complication due to the COVID outbreak led to a tough decision.
In accumulation, the corporation thanked Dunst, the star and an executive producer, beside the creators Robert Funke and Matt Lusky, showrunner Esta Spalding, executive producers George Clooney, Grant Heslov and Charlie McDowell, plus the cast, crew and team at Sony Pictures Television.
Dunst astoundingly played Krystal Stubbs, a water park worker that gets trapped up in the Founders American Merchandise pyramid system, which ultimately makes all matters in her life pretty gloomy.
As a result of the COVID outbreak, shows such as Netflix’s The Society, Teenage Bounty Hunters and I Am Not Okay With This, plus ABC’s Stumptown will sorrowfully stop to keep viewers addicted.
Cancelled: On Becoming a God in Central Florida (Showtime)
However, it was originally renewed for season two in September 2019, Showtime gave Kirsten Dunst’s show the ax in October.
In 2019, On Becoming a God was renewed in Central Florida. However, unfortunately, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the cast and crew members were unable to continue with production on the new season. As we know, the epidemic has continuously been challenging the entertainment industry across the world.
The production says that they made every effort to bring back together with the cast and crew for the new season that has become shaky. They revealed their grief and confirmed that On Becoming a God will not return.