Is it time to say goodbye to Dead End: Paranormal Park? Continue reading to find out.
All the viewers who tuned in to watch the show are now wondering if this is the last time they will watch it or if Netflix will renew it for additional seasons. The second season concluded on October 13, 2022, and has a plot that deserves to be explored. So, it is fair for the viewers who have invested their time in streaming the episodes to ask about the show’s future plans. If you were looking forward to knowing more about the next chapter of Dead End: Paranormal Park, then you have reached the right place! We at Web News Observer have listed all the crucial and latest information below.
Here is everything we know about Dead End: Paranormal Park’s status with Netflix.
Dead End: Paranormal Park Season 3: Is it renewed or canceled?
Unfortunately, it is canceled. Netflix has confirmed that the third season of Dead End: Paranormal Park is officially canceled.
The news of cancellation after one season is surprising as the overall reception of the series has been favorable. The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 100% approval rating with an 84% average audience score. Additionally, the series received positive reviews from critics, who praised the animation and the “racially, gender, and sexuality diverse cast.” For its two-season run on Netflix, the show has already entered the top ten list in many countries. In addition to this, Hamish Steele also revealed the cancelation on Twitter, quoting, “It’s with a heavy heart that I tell you Dead End is over.”
“Obviously, we never wanted this to be the case. In fact, we did a writers’ room for season three. We have scripts and designs and outlines ready to go. It was always the plan to give these characters the proper ending they deserve. But sadly, the power that be don’t want anymore,” he added. “Honestly, we were lucky to make it through everything happening in the last few years. And I want to emphasize my gratitude to Netflix for commissioning the show and for giving us the freedom to tell this story. We made history together and I couldn’t be prouder of those twenty episodes and every single member of our crew.” He thanked the fans and Netflix and added that is “working hard” on the third and final DeadEndia book, which he hopes will offer fans some “closure.” Take a look at the official post below:
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— hamish steele! (@hamishsteele) January 13, 2023
Dead End: Paranormal Park: What could have been the plot of season 3?
The series, which is based on Hamish Steele’s horror-comedy graphic novels DeadEndia and web short Dead End, which features the voices of Emily Osment and Zach Barack, follows the adventures of Barney Guttman, a gay transgender teen boy who finds a new job as a security guard of Phoenix Park and Norma Khan, a 17-year old autistic Pakistani American girl who is also part of the security team. The duo balances their summer jobs at the local theme park haunted house while battling the totally real supernatural forces that dwell within it.
Together with their guide to the underworld multiplane, a sardonic thousand-year-old demon named Courtney, they face zombie mascots, demonic game show hosts, sleep-sucking witches, and the scariest thing of all: their first crushes. The series could have expanded from the final episode of the second season, “The Watcher’s Test,” if it wasn’t the series finale and left some plotlines which could have been explored further. In the finale, the viewers got to see that, “While Norma, Courtney, and Pugsley lead a daring escape, Barney confronts the Watcher and tries to change the future.”
The series is produced by Blink Industries, and the cast members of the series who would have reprised their roles if the season was greenlit include Zach Barack as Barney Guttman, Kody Kavitha as Norma Khan, Emily Osment as Courtney, Alex Brightman as Pugsley Guttman, Miss Coco Peru as Pauline Phoenix, Kenny Tran as Logan Nguyen, Kathreen Khavari as Badyah Hassan, Jamie Demetriou as Fingers, Karen Maruyama as Barborah Winslow, Alex Brightman as The Watcher, Michaela Jaé (MJ) Rodriguez as Zagan, Alex Brightman as Temeluchus, Tucker Chandler as Patrick Guttman, Cee Nelson as Vince, Patrick Stump as Josh, and Natasha Chandel as Jennifer Swan.
Take a look at some of the fan’s reactions to the sudden cancellation of the show:
— ✨Vic✨ (@VicFeelsPainn) January 13, 2023
netflix after cancelling dead end paranormal park: pic.twitter.com/4XD8ynWZma
— Owen 🧡 (NO TOH S3 SPOILERS UNTIL THE 21ST! 🦉🏚️) (@Ovirtuous_) January 13, 2023
— DG🥀 Biggest Netflix Hater (@idg_studios) January 13, 2023
they canceled dead end paranormal park 🙁 pic.twitter.com/fW0RBI46EI
— Gaby ~ TOH SPOILERS (@bessieplantar) January 13, 2023
This show is trully special. The characters, the story, the emotions. Season 2 was such an amazing season and the ending? I will never forgive Netflix for taking this show from us after THAT ENDING. pic.twitter.com/3ODi2ReHmG
— Patricia | TOH spoilers (@lostinshowss) January 13, 2023
Dead End: Paranormal Park Season 2: A Quick Recap
The official Netflix synopsis of the series states, “Two teens and a talking pug team up to battle demons at a haunted theme park – and maybe even save the world from a supernatural apocalypse.”
Season 2 Episode 1: Take the Angels Bowling: Barney and Norma take a break from guarding Dead End and head to the bowling alley, but it’s invaded by a mysterious figure from the demon planes.
Season 2 Episode 2: Evil Twins Are People Too: Fingers gives Pugsley magic lessons; Barney and Norma hang out with their evil twins, while Courtney’s good twin hosts a support group for demons.
Season 2 Episode 3: The Trials of Barney: Barney pursues his dream of becoming a wrestler and joins the Demon Wrestling Federation; he faces off against a burly demon king.
Season 2 Episode 4: Eat the Parents: Barney’s parents want to meet Logs, so Norma decides to plan the perfect dinner party; however, it’s filled with magical mishaps.
Season 2 Episode 5: The Ride of a Lifetime: Pugsley has strange premonitions; he tries to protect his friends by manipulating time, but things go haywire on a Ferris wheel ride.
Season 2 Episode 6: My Super Sweet 1600: Fingers sends the friends to break up a demon party, but they have so much fun they forget about their mission.
Season 2 Episode 7: All Dolled Up: Norma confides in Logs and wonders how to come out to her mom; first, they have to deal with an army of evil dolls.
Season 2 Episode 8: The Other Side: A chandelier crashes down on Barney’s head; the friends race to get Barney’s ghost back into his body before it’s too late.
Season 2 Episode 9: Going Up: Norma, Barney, and Courtney search for Pugsley on the fourth plane, where a mysterious ruler sentences them to an eternity in prison.
Season 2 Episode 10: The Watcher’s Test: While Norma, Courtney, and Pugsley lead a daring escape, Barney confronts the Watcher and tries to change the future.
If you want to stream all the episodes of the series, they are available exclusively on Netflix, with other series of the same genre also accessible on the streaming platform with a range of membership options. The video quality and the number of screens you can use to stream Netflix simultaneously depend on the package you choose. The basic membership starts at $9.99/month, and the standard membership starts at $15.49/month. You may play mobile games and stream movies and TV shows at no additional cost with any of their services. Before streaming the second season, check out the official trailer below:
Dead End: Paranormal Park Season 2 is now on Netflix!
— hamish steele! (@hamishsteele) October 13, 2022
Catch up with the previous seasons, and let us know in the comments how you feel about the cancelation of Dead End: Paranormal Park Season 3.