Josh Duhamel is apparently saddened by Netflix’s decision to de facto cancel Mark Millar’s Jupiter’s legacy series.
The streamer announced earlier this month that he is changing Jupiter’s legacy in a universe covering an anthology franchise. The streamer put together a live adaptation of Super crooks, which delves into the history of Millarworld’s super-villains, like the next installment of the Jupiter’s legacy saga.
Meanwhile, Jupiter’s legacy won’t continue as an ongoing series, which meant that the high-profile cast – led by Duhamel, Leslie Bibb, and Ben Daniels – would be released from their commitments to the series.
Duhamel twice posted to the show’s end on Instagram, tweaking Netflix with a beef photo in one.
In a lengthy article, Duhamel noted, “It’s never easy to hear that a project you care about / believe / invested in so much comes to an end prematurely. It was a challenge and a privilege to dive into the character of Sheldon / Utopian. I was able to do things as an actor that took me to places I had never been.
A big thank you to @netflix for giving us this opportunity and a bigger thank you to the fans – you took us to the # 1 spot around the world and we stayed there for almost 2 weeks. Your support for the show means everything.
To the actors and the team, we put all our lives on the back burner to meet the challenge of creating a new universe together. It really took blood, sweat and tears. I’m so proud of what we’ve accomplished together and the journey we’ve had (on-screen and off-screen) is something I’ll never forget.
(But maybe this one will) ”