Daybreak cancelled by Netflix

The gory teen series won't receive a second season.

Netflix has cancelled its post-apocalyptic comedy series Daybreak after one season. 

Co-creator Aron Eli Coleite took to Twitter to confirm the news posting a statement which read, “we learned last week that Daybreak will not be returning for a second season.”

As is typical with the streaming giant, no official reason was given for the show’s cancellation.

Based on Brian Ralph’s acclaimed series of graphic novels, the show follows high-school outcast Josh (Colin Ford) through a post-apocalyptic California that’s full of Mad Max-style tribes and zombies. 

It received fairly positive reviews from critics and also saw Matthew Broderick make an appearance as former Principal Burr turned cannibalistic warrior Baron Triumph. 

Some fans have embarked on a campaign to save the show, creating a petition on and posting #SaveDaybreak on Twitter. 

You can stream all ten episodes of Daybreak on Netflix now.

Source: Metro

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