Saturday, July 25, 2020

Netflix Cancels 'Greenhouse Academy'

After a successful four-season run, Netflix hit teen drama series Greenhouse Academy will not be returning with season five. The news was announced by Giora Chamizer, the creator of Greenhouse Academy on her official Instagram Stories.

Based on Nickelodeon Israel's hit series The Greenhouse, Greenhouse Academy was one of the most-watched and liked series on Netflix.

Chamizer’s Instagram story read, “I wish I had good news to tell you, but I really don’t. I am sorry to tell you that Netflix has discontinued our show. The entire cast was so ready to shoot two more seasons this coming fall, so this came as a shock to all of us. We still don’t really understand why such an inexpensive show, with so many fans, got terminated.

“I’d still like to thank Netflix for giving us a chance of a lifetime to bring our show to millions of fans all over the world. I hope that we can someday find a way to shoot and air those final two seasons. You all deserve to see how our story really ends. In the meantime we send our love to all of you who fell in love with our little show.” added the creator.

In Greenhouse Academy, at a private boarding school for gifted future leaders, mysterious events draw kids from both competing houses into a secret investigation. They uncover a deadly plot to destroy the planet. Only by joining forces and working together will they be able to save the world.

Greenhouse Academy is a Netflix original series based on the Israeli tween-drama The Greenhouse, which ran on Nickelodeon Israel. Both versions were created by Giora Chamizer and produced by Nutz Productions, a subsidiary of Ananey Communications. The series ran for 40 22-minute episodes of four seasons. The first season of the series was released back in 2017, followed by second in 2018, third in 2019, and the final season early this year in March.

Greenhouse Academy starred Ariel Mortman as Hayley Woods, Finn Roberts as Alex Woods, BJ Mitchell as Parker Grant, Chris O'Neal (How To Rock, Swindle, You Gotta See This) as Daniel Hayward, Benjamin Papac as Max Miller, Cinthya Carmona as Sophie Cardona, Dallas Hart as Leo Cruz, Dana Melanie as Emma Geller, Danika Yarosh as Brooke Osmond, Ishai Golan as Carter Woods, Jessica Amlee as Jackie Sanders, Nadine Ellis as Judy Hayward, Parker Stevenson as Louis Osmond, Rafael Cebrian as Enzo, and Reina Hardesty as Aspen Fairchild.

Giora Chamizer is responsible for some of the most successful young-adult TV Dramas in Israel. He has created and written several hit teen dramas, among them the popular show Ha-Hamama (The Greenhouse). The series, produced by Nutz Productions and aired on Nickelodeon Israel, was voted best teen show by the Israeli Academy of Film and Television. Netflix later remade it under the title The Greenhouse Academy, with Chamizer acting as the series' showrunner and Nutz Productions producing all seasons in Israel. The American adaptation was launched successfully in over 190 countries. Chamizer is also responsible for The Hood, which debuted on Nickelodeon in Israel and has also been sold to the Portuguese RTP2 channel, which premiered the series in 2016 under the title O Bairro. Chamizer is currently filming Sky for TeenNick Israel.

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