Netflix has officially canceled the drama series Grand Army after just one season, according to a report from Deadline.
The series, which was loosely based on Katie Cappiello’s 2013 play Slut, revolved around five students at one of the largest public high schools in Brooklyn, New York. The series explored the students as they strived to succeed, survive, wild out, and break free in a chaotic world around them.
Grand Army was first described as a ride-along with the generation shaping our future. Set in Brooklyn, the series centers around five students of the titular public high school as they wrestle with sexual, racial, and economic politics and fight to succeed, strive, wild out, break free and become somebody.
The series stars Odessa A’zion as Joey Del Marco, Maliq Johnson as Jayson Jackson, Amalia Yoo as Leila Kwan Zimmer, Amir Bageria as Siddharth Pakam, and Odley Jean as Dominique Pierre.
Grand Army is created and executive produced by Katie Cappiello. It is also executive produced by Joshua Donen, Beau Willimon, Jordan Tappis, and Nicolette Donen. The 10-episode series launched on the streamer on October 16, 2020.