Thriller series canceled over a year after last season

Thriller series canceled over a year after last season

Kurt Wallander is one of the most popular detective detectives of all time. The Swedish fictional character Henning Mankell was last seen on Netflix as an idealistic beginner in Young Wallander. After two seasons, the streamer has now canceled the thriller series.

Thriller series on Netflix showed the cult inspector in a completely different light

As What’s on Netflix reports, the streaming service will not renew the series. The timing of the message comes as a bit of a surprise, after all, more than a year has passed since the second season was broadcast in February 2022.

Young Wallander shows it Commissioner, typically plagued by alcohol and personal problems from a new perspective. Adam Pålsson plays a young, fresh investigator who has yet to earn his stripes.

It’s hard to say why Netflix is ​​scrapping the crime series right now. The most important reason will have been a disappointing performance. The timing is believed to be due to behind-the-scenes changes in plans or licensing issues.

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