Netflix has canceled crime drama series The irregular after just one season, according to a recent report by Deadline. The series was based on the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and produced by Drama Republic, the company behind other projects like Doctor Foster and Black Earth Rising.
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The series, which premiered this year on March 26, followed the adventures of a gang of troubled street teens in Victorian London who are being manipulated to solve crimes for the sinister Doctor Watson and his mysterious business partner, Sherlock Holmes. While the series is doing relatively well for Netflix, the series won’t go beyond its initial eight-episode run.
The irregular starred Thaddea Graham, McKell David, Jojo Macari, Harrison Osterfield and Darci Shaw, with recurring roles as Clarke Peters as Linen Man and Henry Lloyd-Hughes as Sherlock Holmes.
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The drama was written and produced by Watership Down ‘s Tom Bidwell, with Greg Brenman also as executive producer. Rebecca Hodgson was also a producer on the series, with Johnny Allan, Joss Agnew and Weronika Tofilska directing episodes.