After three seasons on Disney-owned streaming service, the period drama produced by Alison Newman and Moira Buffini has been cancelled. Hulu’s decision not to renew the 4-season series was confirmed by several news outlets on June 10 – after its last season of Season 3 for almost 10 months.
Set in the backdrop of 19th-century Georgia in London, Hairlatz, based on Hallie Rubenhold’s book The Covent Garden Ladies, captures the city’s most valuable commercial activity: Physical relationship The series features Margaret Wells (Samantha Morton) with her daughters, who strive to take on her role as mother and owner of the iron. When he negotiates with Lydia Quigley (Leslie Manville) as Madame’s rival with a cruel star, Margaret fights despite endangering her family.
In addition to Morton and Manville, the TV series also features Charlotte Wells, Margaret’s eldest daughter, and Jessica Brown Findlay, the city’s most iconic courtesan, as she begins to reconcile her position in society and family. Eloy Smith, Lucy Wells, Liv Isler, Lady Isabella Fitzwilliam and Alfie Allen, like Isaac Pincher, among many others.
Hulu gave no reason to cancel the show, and since the player doesn’t release traditional audience data, it’s hard to say whether Steamer’s decision to pull the plug on the series was due to a drop in viewership.
After cancelling Hulu, his original show at Hulu Hub included several original shows, including the dramatic miniseries Mrs America, the science fiction thriller Dev, as well as the next teacher, the action miniseries The Teacher and The Old Man.