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Netflix’s Messiah Season 2: Is This The Reason Behind It’s Cancellation?

The Messiah fans got baulked after the greatest streaming platform of the show confirmed it’s cancellation FINALLY! There were few beliefs still left till the last few weeks and left-out cliffhangers were the reason behind this.

Well, Netflix mentioned that it can’t take peril of renewing a show which demands the shooting in many different international locations (which does) in this ongoing outbreak of global pandemic.

But to be honest no matter how many unresolved/incomplete stories the show contains, it doesn’t get the plurality of reviews in its favour. Even the critics were not very satisfied with the show because of always being prominence in controversies and creating a lot of nuisance in the Muslim country by offending and revealing a lot of content.

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The show is created by Michael Petroni, produced by Mark Burnett, Andrew Deane, and James McTeigue and Roma Downe. Where the story is bound to the CIA Officer always seen running behind a mysterious man who claims himself to be the return or second coming of Christ. Many more were left on the plate to discover, but now all I guess we can do is to PREDICT!

No-one knew about the cancellation news until the star Taval ( one of the cast members) revealed in his Instagram post showing sadness of not getting the show again and missing those schedules. He also thanked fans for giving so much love to the show.

I guess this was it! This was the end of Messiah’s story now. Even if we get any further news regarding the show, The Buzz Paper will keep you updated.

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