Season 3 of the critically acclaimed Netflix original Dead to Me (which has become a worldwide phenomenon) is now available. In case you haven’t seen the show yet, it follows Jen Harding (Christina Applegate) and Judy Hale (Linda Cardellini), two women who form an unbreakable bond despite their highly unusual circumstances.
Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini really and truly have the most magical on-screen chemistry.
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— Netflix (@netflix) November 19, 2022
Fans of the show are struggling to accept that Season 3 will indeed be it is final. Two women are the story’s focus as they transition from a murder mystery to a family drama.
But why is it the case?
The announcement was made before the newest episodes appeared on Netflix. The series creator and executive producer, Applegate, has previously stated that the decision to terminate the program was entirely artistic.
In 2020, the woman remarked, “We believed this was the greatest way to wrap off the narrative of these ladies.” Not only did Applegate’s announcement break our hearts, but so did many others.
“Inception to Conclusion”
Dead to Me creator Liz Feldman also broke the news to Deadline in 2020, calling the show a “wonderful gift.” She remarked, “Dead to Me is, from its inception to its conclusion, the program I’ve always dreamed of creating.” To put it another way, “Telling a narrative grown from sadness and loss has expanded me as an artist and healed me as a human.”
She said, “Christina and Linda, my best friends for life, were my partners in crime, and I will be eternally grateful to them, as well as to our incredibly gifted authors, actors, and crew. I can’t thank Netflix enough for believing in Dead to Me from the start.”
Despite all the terrible news and the fact that we will never again see Jen and Judy in the film together, there is some silver lining to this cloudy situation. At least we know what to expect from Feldman, as she has already revealed her next Netflix project, and if it’s anything like Dead to Me, we’re in for a treat.
Source: Cosmopolitan, Netflix (Twitter) & Dead To Me (Twitter)