Lance Reddick reacts to Netflix’s cancellation of Resident Evil

Netflix original series demonic resident made its long-awaited arrival on the streamer in mid-July, but failed to generate enough attention to earn another season. Netflix decided to cancel the action-horror series last weekend after just one season, prompting Lance Reddick, who plays Albert Wesker, to share his thoughts, addressing fans and those at Netflix who supported the project. .

Reddick made his speech through a video posted on his personal account. Twitter account, where he acknowledged the cancellation but also the work done to bring the series to life. “As you all know, our program demonic resident on Netflix has been cancelled,” Reddick stated. “And despite the haters and trolls, I want to give a special thanks to all the fans who saw the show and understood what we were doing and really loved it because there’s a lot of you”.

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Reddick went on to thank the “fearless” showrunners and executives behind the series, as well as his wildly talented co-stars, which included abandoned Y Charlie’s Angels starring Ella Balinska, Siena Agudong, Paola Nuñez, Tamara Smart, Connor Gosatti and Adeline Rudolph. “We worked hard. We had a great time. We put on a great show,” Reddick said to conclude his comments on the show’s cancellation. “Thank you, forward and upward.”

demonic resident is an adaptation of the popular Capcom video game. The series takes place in 2036, nearly three decades after the discovery of the infectious T-virus by the Umbrella Corporation. Amidst the carnage, the characters must fight to survive in a world infected by mindless creatures while uncovering disturbing secrets of Umbrella. Unfortunately, demonic resident received less than favorable reviews, earning a critics score of 55% on Rotten Tomatoes and an audience score of 26%.

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The cancellations by Netflix are not surprising, and demonic resident it’s just the latest addition to archived projects that didn’t meet the streamer’s renewal criteria. The original series debuted in second place on Netflix’s Top 10 when it officially arrived, but after three weeks, it fell unceremoniously out of the Top 10, which did not bode well for the post-apocalyptic thriller. Netflix has a vision and while it was initially well received, the series failed to keep up the momentum. Instead of dwelling on negativity, Reddick can acknowledge the solid work that has gone into bringing to life something that audiences could enjoy, if only for a moment.


demonic resident is currently available to stream on Netflix.

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