Vampire Academy Season 2 is the most eagerly anticipated series of Peacock. Fans of the popular blood-pumping series are left wondering whether the series has been confirmed or canceled. Here’s the answer!
Vampire Academy is a popular show on Peacock which follows the story of 6 young adult romance novels written by the American author Richelle Mead. The show tells the story of Rosemarie asks Rose who is training to become a guardian of her best friend, Vasilisa.
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Rose falls in love with her instructor Dimitri while learning the process of defeating strigoi in St. Vladmir’s Academy.
Has Peacock confirmed Vampire Academy Season 2?
Peacock has officially canceled Vampire Academy Season 2. According to reports, Peacock couldn’t find a potential audience for Vampire Academy, and One of Us is Lying. Hence they canceled these two shows.
Even though Vampire Academy received a positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes with up to 77% positive reviews, the streaming platform canceled the show.
It is very unfortunate that the platform has canceled the show without getting a chance to grow big and improve, especially since it is available to watch in more than 100 countries worldwide. Fans wanted another season as the show could become more successful.
Vampire Academy Cast and Crew Shares Exciting Season 2 Details
Vampire Academy‘s co-creator and producer Julie had high for season 2, and she also has an idea about which character should be included in season 2. She said that she wanted to include Sydney and Adrian, that are two central characters from the Bloodlines series.
Sisi Stringer, who plays the role of Rose Hathaway, was happy with Vampire Academy Season 1’s response and had high hopes for the next season.