A series adaptation of The Spiderwick Chronicles will not go forward at Disney+.
The streaming service was set to launch an eight-episode run based mostly on the youngsters’s fantasy books of the identical identify.
Nevertheless, it has been introduced that the Paramount Tv Studios and twentieth Tv-produced tv present is not going to be made accessible on the platform as deliberate, regardless of filming being full.
That is stated to be as a result of Disney+ prioritising internally produced content material as a cost-saving measure, a report from Deadline states.
In Could, Disney introduced its plans to take away a good portion of content material from the streamer.
“We’re within the means of reviewing the content material on our DTC [direct to consumer] providers to align with the strategic adjustments in our method to content material curation,” Disney CFO Christine McCarthy stated at the time.
“Consequently, we can be eradicating sure content material from our streaming platforms, and presently anticipate to take an impairment cost of roughly $1.5 to $1.8bn.”
Reveals that had been faraway from the platform within the months that adopted included Dollface and Large Shot.
The Spiderwick Chronicles follows the Grace siblings as they uncover a world of fairies after shifting into the Spiderwick property.
The series was initially introduced in November 2021 as a part of Disney+ Day and accomplished filming earlier this yr. Christian Slater performs the present’s villain, Mulgarath, alongside Jack Dylan Grazer, Lyon Daniels, Noah Cottrell, Pleasure Bryant and Mychala Lee.
The 2008 movie adaptation starred Freddie Highmore, Mary-Louise Parker and Sarah Bolger, with Nick Nolte, Seth Rogen, and Martin Quick in voice roles.
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In response to Deadline, Paramount is presently exploring choices to promote the present to different platforms.
Final week, Disney+ additionally cancelled Hawaii-based teen physician comedy Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. after two seasons.
Earlier this month, the platform introduced that its subscription costs will rise by as a lot as 27 per cent, with the corporate saying that it’s dealing with a difficult market.
Disney CEO Bob Iger additionally famous that the streamer could be cracking down on password-sharing from subsequent yr in an try to pressure totally different households to have their very own accounts.