The Bloodline TV show on Netflix has not yet been cancelled or renewed for a third season. Co-creators Glenn Kessler, Todd A. Kessler, and Daniel Zelman have plans for five or six seasons, but right now, they are just waiting to hear on season season three.
The decision to cancel or renew Bloodline, starring Kyle Chandler, Ben Mendelsohn, Linda Cardellini, and Norbert Leo Butz, may well come down to costs.
The Hollywood Reporter says:
“There’s not much to say. The [second season] just launched on Friday (May 27) and Netflix is evaluating how it’s doing for them and it’s performing and are very hopeful that there will be a future as are we,” [Todd A. Kessler] says. He notes that a third season would be financially “challenged” by the end of Florida’s tax incentive but points out the show wasn’t set there for the tax breaks.
“We decided to set the show there and film the show there because it’s crucial to what the show is, not because of the tax incentive, but it does affect things financially for us and the show will be challenged because of that. It makes things more difficult,” he says. “We’re hoping there will be more to come.”
What do you think? Are you a fan of the Bloodline TV series? Have you started watching season two? Do you think it will be cancelled by Netflix or renewed for a third season?