Q Force was an animated series for adults Netflix that surprised the audience with its risky theme, but that It did not have enough support from the subscribers of the streaming platform for its renewal.
The company reported that the story created by Gabe Liedman with Sean Hayes will not have a second seasonbut its only season will remain on the streaming platform.
“I loved. It was so much fun to be able to bring joy to something… People who loved it really loved it, and the good news is that it will always be on Netflix. It didn’t have a second season, but it’s out there and it exists,” said Matt Rogers, who embodied the voice of Twink, on the podcast. Attitudes!
Q-Force the first would be LGBT+
The animated series describes the story of a team of LGBTQ+ super spies embarking on extraordinary adventures.
His cast consisted of Patti Harrison as Stat, Wanda Sykes as Deb, David Harbor as Rick, Gary Cole as director Dirk Chunley, and Laurie Metcalf as V. Other recurring and guest stars included Stephanie Beatriz, Eric Bauza, Niecy Nash, Fortune Feimster, and more.
The series premiered in September last year featured 10 episodes of 26 minutes each and was produced by David Ichioka together with the companies Universal Television, Hazy Mills Productions, Fremulon, 3 Arts Entertainment, Titmouse Canada and Universal Animation Studios.
Despite having an acceptable 78% of score in Rotter Tomatoes by specialized critics, In addition to having the support of many LGBT+ organizations that applauded the inclusion in this type of format, the story will not have any more episodes.