You Are Dead.
Netflix's Resident Evil series has been canceled after one season.
Deadline reports that Netflix will not renew its adaptation of the Capcom survival horror series which premiered its first eight-episodes season on July 14.
While it debuted in the Top 10 rankings, the series quickly fell off the radar following lukewarm reception from viewers and critics.
Netflix's Resident Evil series told an original story set in the Resident Evil universe. In this alternate timeline, the Umbrella Corporation has founded New Raccoon City which Albert Wesker and his two daughters, Jade and Billie, move together to.
The Resident Evil Movies in (Chronological) Order
The series follows two timelines, this New Raccoon City storyline and 14 years later when the T-Virus decimates the human population.
While the TV series didn't follow any storyline from the video games, iconic monsters like Licker appeared in the show.
Resident Evil has been adapted numerous times including a series of financially successful films, and the reboot Welcome to Raccoon City. While the latter might be the most direct adaptation of the games to date, most Resident Evil adaptations have mostly taken the source material to create original stories.
This is the most recent cancellation over at Netflix, which previously shuttered other adaptations such as the Cowboy Bebop live-action series.
IGN's review was more positive on the adaptation, citing Lance Riddick's portrayal of Albert Wesker as a particular highlight.
Matt T.M. Kim is IGN's News Editor. You can reach him @lawoftd.