If you’ve been watching Bloodline the past few years, you may have noticed a little bit of a pattern: Bloodline has been the network’s most popular show since it premiered in 2014.
The first season was one of the most popular shows on Netflix and, since then, Bloodline is regularly being mentioned as one of our most watched TV shows of the year.
It’s a shame that Netflix has taken a break from its signature series to make a new season of Bloodline, though.
As the Netflix executive producer Michael Steinberg explained to Ars, the network wanted to “make sure the story is the best story we can for the audience.”
So the network has taken the unusual step of canceling Bloodline season four and replacing it with a “new” season, which is going to be available for streaming on Monday.
The original Bloodline was originally produced by AMC Studios and stars Patrick J. Adams as a former member of a cult, who was sent to an alternate Earth where he meets a group of people from a different time and place, all the while trying to bring his past back to life.
This new season will take place in a post-apocalyptic world, and this new “alternate reality” is an entirely new version of Earth where people have been given the chance to try and rebuild the world.
As Steinberg explains, this is an opportunity for fans to watch a new version with a completely different set of rules:There’s a new villain in town.
There’s a whole new setting.
There are a whole bunch of new characters, all with their own new goals.
There’s also a new sheriff in town who has a new plan to bring the apocalypse back to the city.
And that’s about it.
Bloodline will return for a second season on February 17.
The network is hoping that people will enjoy it more than the original series, but we’re not quite ready to give it a thumbs up just yet.