No Second Season for NBC's Midseason Drama EMERALD CITY
EMERALD CITY executive producers David Schulner and Shaun Cassidy took to Twitter yesterday to share the sad news that their midseason drama series will not be returning to NBC for a second season. Epic, romantic and fantastical, "Emerald City" is an empowering tale of a young woman finding her true strength and identity even as she battles to bring a DIVIDED world together.
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Dear @NBCEmeraldCity fans I am sad to report we r not coming back for season 2. Thank you for all the support & love. Meant the world to us.- David Schulner (@davidschulner) May 5, 2017
And thank you, David, and Tarsem, and our fine cast and crew for being such great collaborators. A beautiful experience all the way around. https://t.co/KtkouNmqQd- Shaun Cassidy (@shaunpcassidy) May 5, 2017
About the show: Swept up into the eye of a tornado, 20-year-old Dorothy Gale (Adria Arjona) is transported to another world - a mystical land where an all-powerful ruler (Vincent D'Onofrio) governs over one kingdom, has outlawed magic, and faces not only the wrath of a growing cauldron of witches but a looming disaster brought on by a mythical force. Epic, romantic and fantastical, "Emerald City" is an empowering tale of a young woman finding her true strength and identity even as she battles to bring a DIVIDED world together.Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Ana Ularu, Mido Hamada, Jordan Loughran, Gerran Howell and Joely Richardson also star. David Schulner, Shaun Cassidy, Josh Friedman and Matthew Arnold serve as executive producers. The series is directed by Tarsem Singh Dhandwar, who also serves as an executive producer. "Emerald City" is a Universal Television production.