Netflix Cancels ‘The Order’ After Two Seasons

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The Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose has met its match. It was announced that the Netflix original series The Order will not be returning for another season. Dennis Heaton, creator/executive producer/writer for the show, announced the cancellation via his Twitter.

The Order follows Jack Morton, a college student who decides to seek out and pledge a secret magic society — the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose — as part of a plan to avenge his mother’s death. Season 1 focused on Jack’s quest as he joined the Order and found himself caught in the middle of a war between werewolves (and their secret society the Knights of St. Christopher) and magic practitioners.

Season 2 followed the Knights (including Jack) as they recovered their memories after having them wiped at the end of season 1. They became members of the Order in an effort to sabatoge, but soon they – along with the Order – found themselves facing demons, a strange magical affliction, another society, and chaos within the magic world.

The Order stars Jake Manley, Katharine Isabelle, Sarah Grey, Adam DiMarco, Louriza Tronco, Thomas Elms, and Devery Jacobs, among others. All episodes are now streaming on Netflix.

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