Lance Reddick has released his statement on Netflix's cancellation of their live-action Resident Evil.
The actor took to Twitter to share a short video addressing the show's cancellation, thanking the fans and all the people involved in the making of their adaptation. "As all of you are well aware by now, our show, Resident Evil on Netflix, has been cancelled, and the haters and the trolls not withstanding," he began, before stating his gratitude to the fans who tuned in and loved the series for what it was. Reddick continued to thank the showrunners, his castmates, the executives at Constantine, Netflix and the executive producer, "We worked our asses off, we had a great time and we made a hell of a show. Thank you. Onward and upward."
The series earned 72.7 million hours of viewing time and ranked No. 2 during its first week on Netflix, moved down to No. 3 with 73.3 million hours during its second week then left the top 10 the week after.
A special thank you to all the fans who watched #ResidentEvilNetflix, the showrunners, my castmates, executives and more. We worked our asses off and had a great time. pic.twitter.com/A98aQVuA7t
— Lance Reddick (@lancereddick) August 27, 2022
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