Jupiter's Legacy Was Allegedly Canceled Due to Ballooning Budget & Backstage Drama

Jupiter's Legacy Was Allegedly Canceled Due to Ballooning Budget & Backstage Drama
The quick cancellation of Netflix's new superhero series Jupiter's Legacy came as quite the shock to both fans and cast members alike. Now, more details have emerged regarding why the streaming giant decided not to move forward with a second season of the show, which had always been assumed to be the beginning of the platform's Millarworld universe.

According to a new in-depth report, it seems that Jupiter's Legacy was very unlikely to receive a second season from the very beginning due to behind-the-scenes problems plaguing the series. As is already know, the show went through major changes from the outset, with showrunner Steven DeKnight replaced by executive producer Sang Kyu Kim. According to the report, DeKnight and Netflix clashed on the budget for the show, with the former advocating for $12 million per episode, a hefty price tag for an unestablished show. The streamer eventually settled on $9 million per episode,
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