Vampire Academy, the supernatural YA drama depicting a royal boarding school for bloodsuckers, finds itself canceled by Peacock after one season.
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Vampire Academy will feast no more on Peacock, which has put a proverbial stake in the heart its television matriculation on the streamer.
Peacock has canceled Vampire Academy after a single season, reports Deadline, which cites a lack of requisite audiences. The series, from creators Julie Plec and Marguerite MacIntyre, adapts the book series of the same name by author Richelle Mead, depicting the lavish, sexified sun-blocked world of young vampires at a royal boarding school for bloodsuckers called St Vladimir’s Academy. The story centers on the friendship between Rose Hathaway (Sisi Stringer), a dhamphir (vampire/ human hybrid) training to be a guardian and Lissa Dragomir (Daniela Nieves) a royal moroi vampire, presenting the stark contrast of a caste division among the aristocratic attendees. However, the series, produced by Universal Television, did well internationally, having sold in over 100 territories. Thus, the studio is reportedly planning to shop the series elsewhere.
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