Brave New World: Peacock has opted not to continue with a second season of Brave New World. UCP, the studio following the sci-fi drama series, based on Aldous Huxley’s groundbreaking novel. And it will shop it to another outlet.
“There will no be Season 2 of Brave New World on Peacock,” the head said in a statement to sources. “David Wiener performed a thought-provoking and cinematic arrangement. We’re thankful to the staff and crew who took this world to live. We look ahead to telling more different stories with David in the future. This marks the first significant TV series removal on the platform. Ever since Susan Rovner joined NBCUniversal earlier this month as Chairman. And Entertainment Content, overwatching programming for television and streaming.
Brave New World was a component of Peacock’s inaugural original slate. And the only homegrown scripted file available at launch in July. The big-budget production did not create a lot of buzz among critics and fans. Like most top streamers, Peacock does not publish performance information on its shows.
What’s the series about?
It was developed by Wiener and Grant Morrison based on Huxley’s dystopian novel. Brave New World envisions a utopian society that signed peace. And also a lot of stability through the prescription of monogamy, solitude, money, family, and history itself. As inhabitants of New London, Bernard Marx (Harry Lloyd) and Lenina Crowne (Jessica Brown Findlay) embark on a holiday to the Savage Lands. And it is where they become entangled in a disturbing and violent rebellion. Bernard and Lenina unleashed by John the Savage (Alden Ehrenreich). And he who escapes with them following to New London. John’s appearance in the New World soon threatens to disrupt its utopian harmony. And they are also leaving Bernard and Lenina to engage with the reverberations.
Brave New World had a long journey to the screen. NBC Universal’s Syfy and Amblin TV partnered initially to produce a scripted series. And which based on Huxley’s classic in 2015.