Netflix has cancelled Marco Polo after two seasons, making it the first Netflix original scripted series to not be renewed for a third season.
The decision to not renew Marco Polo was a mutual one between Netflix and producer The Weinstein Co., according to The Hollywood Reporter. Both seasons of the drama cost Netflix a combined $200 million.
“We want to thank and are grateful to our partners on Marco Polo,” Netflix original content VP Cindy Holland said in a statement. “From the actors, whose performances were enthralling and top-notch; to the committed producers, including John Fusco, Dan Minahan, Patrick Macmanus, and their crew, who poured their hearts into the series; and of course Harvey, David, and our friends at TWC, who were great collaborators from start to finish.”