The third season of the American program “Marco Polo” is currently suspended between the personal beliefs and the objectives of the producers. In July 2016, the last scene appeared on the screen. Since then, the theory has conveyed the gist of any news about the show. Netflix and producer The Weinstein Company left the show after two seasons. However, fans prayed for the revival of this show. According to sources, Netflix lost approximately $200 million in the first two seasons. Still, does the budget explain the reason, or is it something different in the works that led to the deletion?
So What’s The Release Date?
The fate of Marco Polo Season 3 has been in a pending state since its premiere in the last episode of Season 2 in July 2016. After suffering a huge loss, Netflix announced on December 12, 2016, that it would cancel the third season of “Marco Polo” for approximately US$200 million. The decision was made with the understanding and permission of Weinstein, the producer of the series.
Even after the news that the show was canceled after the end of the second season came out, the rumors and speculations about Marco Polo’s third season never weakened. Although Netflix or the producer has never issued an official statement about Marco Polo’s return in season three, these conversations have made fans hope they can have the third season.
In addition, when Netflix COO Ted Sarandos expressed his views on the possibilities and future of Marco Polo Season 3, the Hollywood Reporter’s complete TV executive roundtable made headlines. HBO’s Richard Plepler, AMC’s Josh Sapan, NBC Universal’s Bonnie Hammer, and other well-respected television industry authorities also attended the conference.
No matter what the meeting was, there was no news and no agreement was reached. Other details and reunion transactions are kept secret, so the possibility of Marco Polo’s third season entering production is still uncertain and unclear.
These conversations undoubtedly brought a ray of hope and trust between waiting and eager fans, as they continue to keep their fingers crossed.
About the Series
The American series Marco Polo is a period drama created by John Fosco. This television series is set in Mongolia in the 13th century. It is based on the life of the Venetian explorer Marco Polo at the court of Kublai and his adventures.
The Weinstein Company produced two seasons of Marco Polo, which aired on the Netflix original television series in 2014 and 2016. Lorenzo Richelmy and Benedict Wong played the lead roles in the first two seasons of Marco Polo.
Netflix released the first season of the series on December 12, 2014. The producer spent a huge budget of almost $ 90 million and hired 500 employees. A month later, on January 7, 2015, the TV streaming platform announced that the adventure series had been renewed for the second season.
Most of the production is done overseas in Malaysia, Italy, Hungary, and Slovakia. The beautiful country offers a good atmosphere and a background that can reflect the situation of the Roman Renaissance.
On July 1, 2016, the second season of Marco Polo premiered and the budget for the two seasons approached the US $ 200. Marco Polo received negative comments from critics and different responses from the public and the public, he scored 8.0 points (out of 10 points) on IMDb.
A Plot of Season 3
The plot details of the third season of “Marco Polo” are the same as the production and casting information, which is still unknown and unclear.
Marco Polo is a Netflix original series, inspired by Marco Polo’s early adventures at the court of Kublai Khan. Kublai Khan was a great ruler of the Mongol Empire and the founder of the Yuan Dynasty.
This historical drama brought fans fresh breath with extraordinary 13th-century scenes and fascinating photography techniques and captured the hearts of fans. The show satisfies the desire of viewers who like regular episodes and amazing video effects. Marco Polo also provides the largest number of Asian characters, most of whom are actors from different cultures, such as Persians, Chinese, and Mongols.