It has been officially stated that the mystery Netflix series The Irregulars will have no further seasons, as the streaming platform cancelled the show only after one season. Even though the series ranking has been quite good, with the season even pulling higher audience numbers than The Falcon And The Winter Soldier.
The eight-part series followed a gang of teenagers going by the name of the Baker Street Irregulars, who ended up solving crimes for Doctor Watson and his partner Sherlock Holmes in London at the Victorian time. The gang comes together as the crimes take on a supernatural edge and a dark power emerges, and it was up to the Irregulars to come together to save not only London but the entire world.
Based on the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, it starred Thaddea Graham as Bea, the leader of the gang, along with McKell David, Jojo Macari, Harrison Osterfield and Darci Shaw with recurring spots for the likes of Clarke Peters, as the Linen Man, and Henry Lloyd-Hughes as the one and only British detective Sherlock Holmes.
Some of the series actors and actresses have already posted their sadness at the end of the series on their social media, thanking their team and reminiscing on what was a great opportunity. Hopefully, we will see some of the actors soon enough on new projects!
The series was written and executive produced by Tom Bidwell and Greg Brenman, produced by Rebecca Hodgson with directors including Johnny Allan, Joss Agnew and Weronika Tofilska.
For this series, it seems the talent and the seemingly high viewership were just not enough, but you can still go and watch the first season on the streaming platform while it is on!