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Resident Evil season 2 seems ‘highly unlikely’

Resident Evil season 2 seems ‘highly unlikely’
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Resident Evil season 2 seems ‘highly unlikely’

demonic resident Season 2 seems “highly unlikely,” at least according to one of our sources with very close ties to Netflix, which is interesting news. The series premiered on streaming platform last month, and it got a lot of attention online, but not for the right reasons.

We’ve been trying to figure out what’s going on with demonic resident for quite some time. However, it wasn’t until recently that we finally got some news about the current status of the show’s second season. The show is based on a series of video games by Capcom, and the games are among some of the best survival horror video games ever made.

However, no live-action adaptation of the video games has been successful. We had the Paul WS Anderson movies, starring his wife, Milla Jovovich. They weren’t great. The first two were okay, but they weren’t very good adaptations of the games.


Then we had the movie. Welcome to Raccoon City, which premiered last year. That movie was really terrible. all hope rested on the shoulders of this Netflix series. The Netflix series was developed by andres dabband I had high hopes for this show.

However, the series premiered and really left a lot to be desired. The series was, in my opinion, one of the great disappointments of this year. Judging from our reader feedback on our website and social media accounts, people didn’t think much of this new Netflix horror show.

Resident Evil Season 2 might not happen on Netflix

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Credit: Netflix

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Anyway, let’s see what our source had to say about whether or not season 2 will happen. This is what they had to say about it:

Second season [of Resident Evil] looks highly unlikely at this point. There is no official decision on this yet. [The] the fate of the program hangs in the balance.

Judging by that answer to our question, it really doesn’t sound good for the show’s second season and its showrunner, Andrew Dabb. He hasn’t been quiet about wanting to do more seasons of the series. In an interview with comicbook.comHe explained:

Games are our backstory. Everything that happened in the games exists in this world. So the town is there. We may not get there until season 5, but it’s in our world.

Plus, it looks like he even has a story in mind for season 2. Dabb noted in an interview with rant on screen that the second season “100%” would feature an appearance by Ada Wong.

Will Netflix try something new with the property?

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from netflix demonic resident series starring Ella Balinska, Tamara Smart, Siena Agudong, Adeline Rudolph, Paola Núñez and Lance Reddick. The cast was pretty good. The show’s problems had nothing to do with her acting skills.

I actually quite liked seeing Lance Reddick do his thing like all the clones he plays on the show. In the show, he plays Al Wesker, Jade and Billie’s father, Bert Wesker, Jade and Billie’s uncle and Al’s brother, Alby Wesker, Al and Bert’s deceased brother, and Albert Wesker, a rogue Umbrella agent he created multiple clones of himself.

That’s a lot of people to play, and he does a good job of making us believe that he’s actually playing multiple characters. The problem with this show really had to do with the story of it.

In fact, I thought the show looked pretty cool. It’s easily one of the most engaging live-action adaptations of Resident Evil we’ve ever seen. Some of the CGI was fantastic. I’m specifically thinking of that scene with the giant caterpillar-like thing that’s been infected with the T-Virus.

There was so much promise for this series and unfortunately it fell short. It’s a good example of how vital the story is when doing these kinds of shows.

The show experienced a huge drop in viewership after its first week.

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The show had a huge advantage over other series that are not based on very popular franchises. So it was no surprise that the show did very well upon its release. The series was on many of Netflix’s top ten shows lists around the world. However, it saw a huge decline in its popularity after its initial release on the streaming platform.

The first weekend was very promising for the show. He ended up logging 72 million hours in his first three days on the service. However, in week 2, the show dropped to the number 2 spot, but was still watched for 73 million hours.

Then its third week on Netflix was when it saw a big drop in popularity. The series saw a steep 63% drop in viewing hours globally, which is not good, and that tends to be a good indication of whether Netflix will greenlight subsequent seasons of the show or not.

We can compare the numbers in the program with other series, such as file 81, First murder Y cowboy bebop, which were all canceled by Netflix. All of those shows saw big drops in weeks 2 through 3. The only thing that sets demonic resident other than those other shows is that it had a bigger launch than the others.

However, it ended up having a steeper drop in viewership than file 81. That show was actually very popular with the viewers, demonic resident It hasn’t been that popular.


What do you think about this news? Were you looking forward to seeing a second season of demonic resident on Netflix? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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