‘Daybreak’ most popular Netflix’s drama/comedy won’t be returning for a second season as confirmed by the series co-creator/executive producer Aron Eli Coleite. He revealed this news through a tweet in his twitter account, which was after one and a half months after the release of ‘Daybreak’ (Oct 24) on Netflix.
In the tweet, he states that ” No one is as heartbroken as we are as we can’t share more of this ride with you”. He also states that ” but we are so very grateful to have gotten so far”. He, later on, went on to thank the audience by saying “Thank you for picking up what we put down, for running with it in all your amazing, weird, monstrous way and for being such an important part of this show and our experience while making it “.
Last but not the least quoting the series way of saying dialogues he said ” Here in daybreak we don’t say we love you, we say – you’re a shit and let’s be monsters. So be shits, be monsters and give them hell “.
The series Daybreak is based on the eponymous comics of the same name written by Brian Ralph. The black comedy follows the story of an eclectic group of survivors as they navigate through this strange and treacherous world. The series/comic was described as part samurai saga, part endearing coming of age story, and part Battle Royale.
The series soon developed a cult following and later on found it quite difficult to break through the mess of real offerings. The cast that got featured in the black comedy are as follow –
Broderick ( Glendale High School Principal)
Krysta Rodriguez (biology teacher)
Colin Ford ( Hero, ever 17-year-old josh wheeler)
Sophie Simnett( Sam Dean)
Others included Austin Crute, Alyvia Alyn Lind, Cody Kearsly & Jeante Godlock , etc.
The executive producers were the co- creators themselves.