In the event you have been hoping for one among Swamp Factor‘s govt producers to clear issues up in regards to the live-action sequence’ cancellation after only one “airing,” you’re out of luck.
James Wan — who serves as an EP on the DC Universe sequence alongside Mark Verheiden, Gary Dauberman, Michael Clear and Len Wiseman — wrote on Instagram this weekend that he doesn't “actually know or perceive why” Swamp Factor was cancelled.
First introduced greater than 13 months in the past, Swamp Factor made its premiere on the upstart streaming service on Might 31, solely to have its swamp assuredly drained six days later. An preliminary report that some kind of paperwork error slashed the anticipated tax credit from North Carolina, the place it movies, was in the end snuffed. Since then, the presiding principle is that the DC Universe service’s general goal is being “reevaluated” now that WarnerMedia’s personal, a lot, a lot bigger streaming platform, is on monitor to launch later this 12 months. Maybe DC Universe’s unique sequence (together with however in no way restricted to Titans and Doom Patrol) will at some point name WarnerVision (as I select to dub the yet-to-be-named streaming service) dwelling? However once more, that's simply me spitballing.
Wan’s Instagram message went on to champion those that introduced Swampy to life (and to a 92% Contemporary ranking at Rotten Tomatoes).
“[A]ll the solid and crew, and producing/writing workforce poured their hearts into this. Actually pleased with everybody’s laborious work,” he stated, earlier than inviting followers to watch every of and thus “immortalize these 10 episodes,” releasing weekly each Friday by the Aug. 2 finale. “Swampy deserves it.”