Julie and the ghosts, a supernatural musical that airs on Netflix, is canceled after just one season. The announcement was confirmed by the show’s executive producer Kenny Ortega.

The caption for Ortega’s social media post read: “Our [Julie and the Phantoms] The family wants to send our infinite love and thanks to our Fantoms around the world for the immense outpouring of love and support you have shown us since our premiere. We learned this week that Netflix won’t be picking us up for another season. Although our hearts are saddened, we move forward with such pride for what we have accomplished as a team and the family we have built by creating Julie. The people involved in the project made personal connections.


The concluding section of the article explained, “We hope you will continue to follow us as we move forward in our work and career. Happy Holidays to all of you. I wish you good health, love and perfect #harmony in whatever you pursue! Kenny, cast, writers, producers, creatives, crew from BC and our dedicated [Netflix] Team!”

Julie and the ghosts is based on a Brazilian TV series titled Julie e os Phantasmos. Netflix’s version starred Madison Reyes as Julie Molina, a teenage musician who accidentally summons the ghosts of dead rockers Luke (Charlie Gillespie), Alex (Owen Patrick Joyner) and Reggie (Jeremy Shada). The boys help Julie make her dreams come true, while she helps them make their own unfinished music business.

Other cast members included Jadah Marie as Flynn, Julie’s best friend; Sacha Carlson, Julie’s first crush; Savannah May as Carrie, Julie’s nemesis; Cheyenne Jackson as Caleb, a jazzy ghost with nefarious intentions; Carlos Ponce as Ray, Julie’s father; and Booboo Stewart as Willie, another ghost who forms a relationship with Alex.

In September, executive producers David Hoge and Dan Cross spoke in an interview with TVLine. Hoge and Cross discussed, “If we’re lucky enough to have a second season, the ghosts would have a lot going on. They’ve always wanted to make their music known to the world. Like Luke always says, they want that connection. with their audience. A number one album? A song at the top of the charts? All it takes to remember their music. But as you saw at the very end, there are still a lot of obstacles on their way. And now there seems to be an “obstacle” in the inner circle. ” There were ideas for the future of the series that unfortunately never came to fruition.

Although the show did not have a long lifespan, it did manage to win several awards. At the 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards, the series won the award for Best Musical Moment. In addition, he received three Daytime Emmy Awards, for Outstanding Original Song (Unsaid Emily), Outstanding Costume Design, and Multiple Camera Editing. Fans who haven’t watched the show have the option to watch the entire season on streaming giant Netflix.

Julie and the Ghosts trailer brings to mind the ghosts of a group of dead boys on Netflix

Julie and the Ghosts trailer brings to mind the ghosts of a group of dead boys on Netflix

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