Marco Polo, a Netflix original American drama series, debuted on the streaming site in 2014. Based on Marco Polo’s early travels, the series follows Marco Polo. The series follows Marco as a young man in the court of Kublai Khan, the Mongol ruler. This is around the beginning of the fourteenth century. Lorenzo Richelmy plays the title role in this series.
John Fusco created the show. It received negative reviews from critics after its first season. The show did well with viewers. The show was renewed by Netflix for a second season. Will there be Marco Polo season 3? Let’s talk about everything we know.
Is there a Marco Polo Season 3?
Marco Polo, originally a Starz series, has found its home on Netflix. There was a gap in the first two seasons of the series of about two years. In 2014, Netflix premiered the first season. The second season was released on Netflix in 2014. We are worried about the Marco Polo Season 3 and we have bad news for its fans. Marco Polo failed to reach the goal despite a large budget and a grand-scale production.
The Weinstein Company has canceled the series in order to make way for Marco Polo Season 3. This is not surprising, as the show has yet to find its audience. The news disappointed fans. Marco Polo Season 3 was the subject of several petitions and campaigns. It has been more than ten years since Marco Polo Season 3. We regret to inform fans that Marco Polo’s third season may not happen.
What did Cindy Holland say?
Cindy Holland, vice president of original content at Netflix, made a statement about the cancellation of Marco Polo Season 3. She expressed her gratitude to all those who had worked on the show, and she praised the “brilliant” performances of the actors.
Cindy’s complete statement states, “We like and are grateful for our allies Marco Polo from artists, whose performances were brillant and top-notch; and to the dedicated producers Dan Minahan and John Fusco; and to their crew, which included Patrick Macmanus and Dan Macmanus.” They put their heart into the show and Harvey, David and our friends at The Weinstein Company were great partners, from start to end.
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