It's been reported that Netflix has canceled the religious-themed drama Messiah after only one season, with the show finishing on a cliffhanger. The news was first common by series on-screen character Wil Traval, who played Will Mathers in the series. The Wrap reports that Netflix has since affirmed the news is valid.
"It's an exceptionally dismal day today. I have quite recently gotten news from Netflix that there will be no season 2 of #messiah,"
Traval wrote in an Instagram post. "I needed to state to all the fans thank you for your help and love. I wish things were extraordinary." He then included the hashtags #noseasontwo #messiahnetflix #cancelled #devestated #tellthemno #netflix. The show follows Al-Massih (played by Mehdi Dehbi), a perplexing pioneer who rapidly gathers countless adherents, trusting him to be the second happening to Christ. Michelle Monaghan featured nearby Dehbi, playing a CIA operator who was resolved to demonstrate that he didn't be anything in excess of a scalawag. Presently, be that as it may, fans will never know, as the Season 1 finale doesn't address the subject of his actual personality. As indicated by The Wrap, a source with inside information on the circumstance, expressed that piece of the explanation the show was canceled was expected to the coronavirus flare-up viably closing down all film and TV creation. Banded together with the way that the show has an enormous universal cast, the possibility of causing another season to occur in an auspicious way was not practical. A significant number of Traval's devotees who are aficionados of the show have since been remarking on his post with their sentiments on the news that show isn't returning. "God help us!! We were sitting tight for this. Cheerfully. Quietly. Wishing you and all the team the best of good wellbeing during circumstances such as the present," one fan answered. "I am so extremely tragic about the updates on no Season 2, difficult to accept truly. Much obliged to you for Season 1, you are on the whole totally incredibly capable entertainers, and it was a delight watching all of you in the Messiah. Favors to every one of you," another supporter composed. "Exceptionally sorry to learn this brotherman. Such huge numbers of us love the series and your work. In any case, that just methods the Universe is opening up another enormous open door for you my man," another person answered.