The Order cancelled by Netflix

No specific reason was given by the streaming giant for the show’s cancellation. 

Netflix has cancelled its original supernatural horror series The Order after two seasons. 

Its creator and co-writer Dennis Heaton broke the news to fans via Twitter describing it as “one of the best experiences of (his) career.” 

The Order follows Jake (Jake Manley) a University student who joins its secret underground magical society the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose. 

His actual motivations for becoming a member are soon uncovered as he enters into the group’s dangerous feud with rival order Knights of Saint Christopher. 

Sarah Grey, Matt Frewer, Max Martini, Louriza Tronco, Adam DiMarco and Ginger Snaps’s Katherine Isabelle also star. 

Heaton followed his announcement of the show’s cancellation with another tweet which revealed some of his plans for the third season’s plot involving Alyssa (Grey), Jake’s girlfriend and fellow member of the Order of the Blue Rose. 

Both seasons of The Order are available to stream on Netflix now. 

Source: Screen Rant

Need help to find the best deal?

Get in touch with our expert team.

020 4525 0221

Our trusted providers

  • Sky logo
  • BT logo
  • Virgin Media logo
  • TalkTalk logo
  • Now logo
  • YouView logo

Need help? Get in touch

Call us: 020 4525 0221

Send us a message

Don't miss our latest deals

Sign up to receive unmissable offers and the latest news on TV, broadband, energy, phones and more.

Information regarding how we process your data can be found in our Privacy Policy.
× Need help choosing a great deal?
Call us on 020 4525 0221