Netflix Rated 92 this sci fi series will ultimately not have

Netflix: Rated 92%, this sci-fi series will ultimately not have a sequel – Télé-Loisirs

Like other German-language universes (e.g. Dark on Netflix), the German science fiction series Tribes of Europa, whose first season is available on the same platform, was a huge success. So much so that it is recommended at 92% on the Rotten Tomatoes website, while the viewership is 77%. The show, directed by Florian Baxmeyer, which was released in cinemas in February 2021, immerses the viewer in a post-apocalyptic Europe that has fragmented into hostile states. The plot invites us to meet three brothers and sisters who fight for their survival and have to face a threat. While fans were hoping for a second season, there will be no sequel…

The screenwriter confirms that there will be no sequel

Philip Koch, none other than the screenwriter, director and executive producer of the series, has been contacted several times by Internet users in recent years. On X (formerly Twitter) they asked him if there were any plans for the series to return. He confirmed that this would not be the case, as the website What's on Netflix reported on Tuesday, January 23. Philip Koch commented on this topic on the social network as early as spring 2022. When a fan asked him about a possible sequel, the screenwriter interrupted him with: “Yeah, man, unfortunately it got canceled. Huge disappointment. I need a Kickstarter [une entreprise américaine de financement participatif, ndlr] or something like that for a second season. It’s all written on paper and ready to see the light of day.”

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Why wasn't Tribes of Europa renewed?

Most recently, in early 2023, Philip Koch claimed that there would be no sequel, even though a plot had already been written. An What's on Netflix makes assumptions in its article to justify the fact that the science fiction series Tribes of Europa has not been renewed. Data available on the FlixPatrol website shows that this show stayed in Netflix's top 10 for “only” 23 days. In addition, he was unable to maintain his place in the top 10 of his country of origin, Germany, for longer than 18 days. However, our colleagues believe that a show has to stay in the top 10 for at least a month in order to get a sequel…

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