Castle Rock it just wasn’t a terribly normal series. The show gave Stephen King fans a whole new world based on fanfiction.
Unfortunately, Hulu canceled the series after season 2. But if he relied on King, Castle Rock they would have continued for at least another season.
Castle Rock creators had their third season
Castle Rock It was created by Dustin Thomason and Sam Shaw, two of King’s avid fans who wanted to create a new fanfiction world with stories and characters inspired by the author’s work. Season 1 focused on Henry Deaver (Andre Holland) and the appearance of a mysterious man called The Kid (Bill Skarsgard).
Season 2 told the story of young Annie Wilkes (Lizzy Caplan), a character drawn directly from the acclaimed novel King, Deception. As each season told its own story, they were also tied to a larger story arc. And when you talk to Collider in 2019, Thomason revealed he had plans to release more of that tie in season 3.
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“The plan has always been to have a set of interconnected stories and, while each season would be its own starting point, this multi-layered Stephen costume would, if you like, be there would always be pressure, and unity with the stories that would be there, ”explained the presenter.
“And so, I think season 1 fans will get things in season 2, which they may not expect, along the way,” he said. “And as we reach season 3, I hope that what we have done this season continues and expands, and that the audience begins to feel that there was a plan from the beginning. ”
But Hulu canceled the series inspired by Stephen King
Castle Rock he was well received by fans and critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the first and second seasons averaged an 88 percent rating. But according to Deadline, Hulu canceled the series because Warner Bros. TV – one of the largest content providers in the stream – is now targeting its own streaming service, HBO Max.
There is no indication that HBO Max will be selected Castle Rock up for a third season. And the demonstrators have not commented on whether they plan to buy other networks.
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Stephen King would like to see the third season of ‘Castle Rock’
King did not create Castle Rock, but the horrible guru enjoyed the series. In a recent interview with the New York Times, the author talked about talking to producer JJ Abrams about the project. And he also said he would like to see the show continue.
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“JJ Abrams approached me and said he wanted to use the fictional Castle Rock village as a stage venue to introduce some of my characters and – it might be a good idea to call this – the myth, ”King said. “The people involved were really into these books, and I liked what they did a lot.”
“In the second season, they got their feet wet,” he continued. “I’d like to see it go on and grow a bit.”