Grease: Rise of the Pink Lady by Paramount+ has responded to the news that the show has been canceled and will be removed from the platform.
Paramount’s global streaming service announced earlier Friday that the prequel to 1978 classic film Series Grease
was canceled after the finale premiered on June 1 , pp. Season one will also be dropped from Paramount+ next week. Star Trek: The Prodigy , Queen of the Universe and the Resurgence of Games will also be removed from streaming.
creator Annabel Oakes on Friday at her It was confirmed on Instagram Stories that her show will not be returning. “This is a particularly cruel move, and next it will also be removed from @paramountplus, and unless it finds a new home, you won’t be able to watch it anywhere anymore,” Oakes wrote. “Casts, my creative collaborations Partner and I are devastated that our show has been completely removed.”
Oakes thanked “our beautiful fans” and added that despite the show’s removal, the show’s Music is here to stay. “I love your art, your TikTok, and even especially your wild fanfiction and spaceships,” she continued. “We want you to watch the show before it airs.”
Before adding Showtime to the platform on Tuesday, Paramount+ became the latest streaming service to announce financially motivated cancellations .
Disney recently took a $1.5 billion tax write-down after tax cuts exceeded Productions from Disney+ and Hulu, while Warner Bros. Discovery has a licensed agreement for free, ad-supported channels Earlier this year, due to previous dropped shows including Westworld
and Raising by Wolves ).