The Netflix dramedy On the Verge has been cancelled after just one season, according to star and creator Julie Delpy.
The news was quietly confirmed by Delpy — who also served as executive producer, writer and director — in an Instagram response to a follower seeking an update.
“Cancelled,” she wrote, “but they forgot to announce it was cancelled.”
When asked about a potential Season 2 on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast back in October, Delpy commented: “Yeah, waiting to hear. I never wait to hear because I don’t like that position and I’ve been in that position as an actress. So, I wrote a new script to do in France, a really fun movie to do with my dad, a French film.”
On the Verge “followed four women — a chef, a single mom, an heiress and a job seeker — dig into love and work, with a generous side of midlife crises, in pre-pandemic L.A,” according to its official description. The series, which was released on the streamer Sept. 7, was a co-production between Netflix and French production company Studio Canal.
Delpy starred alongside Elisabeth Shue, Sarah Jones, Alexia Landeau, Mathieu Demy, Giovanni Ribisi and Troy Garity.
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