The Queer As Folk reboot shall be short-lived. Peacock has opted to not decide up a second season of the sequence created by Russell T. Davies and Stephen Dunn.

A reimagining of the British sequence created by Davies, the brand new iteration, which premiered June 9, explores the lives of a various group of pals in New Orleans whose lives are remodeled within the aftermath of a tragedy.

The sequence starred Devin Way, Fin Argus, Jesse James Keitel, CG, Johnny Sibilly, and Ryan O’Connell. The present featured a number of visitor stars together with Kim Cattrall, Juliette Lewis, Ed Begley Jr., and Nyle DiMarco.

Dunn shared the “disappointing information” of Queer as Folk‘s cancellation on Instagram Friday evening.

“It’s a uncommon reward in these occasions, and on this nation, to have the ability to make a present as fearless and unapologetic as Queer As Folk. This expertise modified our lives ceaselessly and we’re so grateful to have discovered this unbelievable new household,” he wrote subsequent to a photograph of the solid. “We understand how a lot it’s meant to the followers and whereas we’re heartbroken we received’t get to make extra episodes, we wanna thank everybody for watching and falling in love with Brodie, Mingus, Ruthie, Noah, Shar, Julian, Daddius, Bussey, Marvin, Judy and Brenda. We’re so grateful for the possibility to honor our group and are so pleased with this present.”

Lee Eisenberg, Emily Brecht, authentic British sequence creator Davies, Nicola Shindler, served as government producers, in addition to Louise Pedersen on behalf of All3 Media International, which distributes the format and the unique British sequence produced by Red Productions for Channel 4. Creator, author, and government producer Stephen Dunn directed the pilot and different episodes, whereas Jaclyn Moore acted as author and government producer. UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group, is called producer on the present.

This is the second remake by an American outlet of the unique British sequence. An U.S. adaptation ran on Showtime from 2000-2005. The present iteration was initially in growth at Bravo earlier than transferring to company sibling Peacock and getting a sequence order.


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