Season 2 of a number of well-liked K-dramas, including Doctor Slump and My Demon, has been canceled by Netflix

Your hopes of binge-watching popular new series such as My Demon and Doctor Slump have been sadly disappointed. Several much-awaited new series are canceled by Netflix, the massive worldwide streaming service, after only one season. These dramas captivated audiences with their gripping mysteries and heartbreaking relationships, leaving them yearning for more. But what they get instead are cliffhangers and unfinished narratives rather than second seasons and satisfactory endings. Take a look at the updated list.

Season 2 of Netflix’s K-dramas won’t be returning.
The “limited series” title on these episodes clearly indicates that there are no intentions for continuation, even in the absence of an official word from the streaming service addressing its slate. This points to either an early cancelation or a purposeful finish by the authors. The phrase “limited series” makes it quite clear that a second season is not planned.

Physician Slump
Doctor Slump, the newest romantic comedy on Netflix, starring Park Hyung Sik and Park Shin Hye, debuted to record-breaking viewership. The performers’ immense popularity—they are reuniting on screen after an 11-year hiatus—is primarily responsible for the success of the program. The streamer has designated the program as a limited series, indicating that fans shouldn’t expect a second season despite its early popularity. The plot centers on two adversaries from medical school who, after suffering serious failures in their careers, get back together under one house.

My Enemy
My Demon, starring Song Kang and Kim Yoo Jung, was a season-long Netflix smash that won’t be coming back for another exciting season. Though the precise rationale remains unclear, it seems that Song Kang’s impending enlistment in the military had a role in the decision not to renew. In the novel, My Demon, a 200-year-old demon falls in love with a human chaebol heiress, and the two of them go through the highs and lows of life together.

The Last Will and Testament
A much-loved South Korean webtoon is brought to life in the spine-tingling series The Bequeathed, directed by Yeon Sang Ho, best renowned for his work on the zombie apocalypse in Train to Busan. This is just another item that has been canceled. “After the death of an unknown uncle, a woman inherits a burial ground and finds herself in the center of a string of murders and dark secrets,” according to the official description of the program.

Greetings from Samdalri
The healing concept of Ji Chang Wook and Shin Hye Sun’s Welcome to Samdalri won over hearts. With Jeju Island’s serene setting and its distance from South Korea’s busy cities, supporters had hoped for a return, but it doesn’t appear probable just yet. The storyline of the program centers on the reunion and subsequent deepening of love between two childhood sweethearts who were split up due to miscommunication.

Enthralling the Monarch
This new tvN series, which stars Jo Jung Suk, Shin Se Kyung, and Lee Shin Young, is defying the formulaic plot devices. It is the tale of a tormented king named Yi In and a revenge-seeking lady named Kang Hee Soo, whose lives are entwined in an illicit affair. Captivating the King deviates from the conventional Korean historical drama mold, taking the audience on an exciting ride filled with political scheming, treachery, and surprising twists.

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