Despite fans hoping it would be picked up by another network, Deadly Class is officially out of session.
Rick Remender -- creator of the Deadly Class comic book and executive producer on the television adaptation -- confirmed that attempts to find the TV series a new home following its cancellation at Syfy have been unsuccessful.
"Deadly Class will not be moving to a new network," said Remender on Twitter. "Which is sort of perfect when you think about it. If you want to see what happens after the first season you'll have to buy the comics, which are pretty keen. Thank you to our fans for the huge support. You help soothe the sting."
Deadly Class will not be moving to a new network. Which is sort of perfect when you think about it. If you want to see what happens after the 1st season you'll have to buy the comics, which are pretty keen. Thank you to our fans for the huge support. You helped soothe the sting.— Rick Remender (@Remender) June 25, 2019
Deadly Class lasted only one season. The series won over critics, but did not obtain the mainstream attention and overall ratings the network wanted, instead garnering a cult fanbase. Remender was confident a second season would ensue coming down to the finale this past March, but it turns out that was a wrap for the students of King's Dominion.
The show ended with the characters of Marcus, Maria and co. running into the crosshairs of the Mexican cartel after killing Chico, which synced up with the Image Comics arc and had fans eager to see how their stories would continue. Syfy has also canceled Happy! and while Wynonna Earp was initially renewed, production on the series was delayed as due to financial troubles at IDW Entertainment, leaving just Krypton and a planned Lobo series on the network's comic book docket.
Deadly Class stars Benedict Wong, Benjamin Wadsworth, Lana Condor, María Gabriela de Faría, Luke Tennie, Liam James and Michel Duval.