UNITED STATES: Many DC fans were concerned about the future of their beloved films and television shows after the cancellation of Batgirl. Numerous DC enthusiasts were worried over the HBO Max’s Peacemaker series and suspected that The Suicide Squad spinoff would be the next project to be cancelled. However, series creator James Gunn reassured the fans about the Peacemaker season 2 on his social media handle.
Peacemaker emerged as the first DC extended spinoff series
James Gunn’s vision for The Suicide Squad resurrected DC’s Task Force X. The film was a huge hit with fans and received a lot of praise from critics. Among all characters, John Cena’s Peacemaker caught fans’ curiosity, leading to the character’s series adaption.
John Cena as Peacemaker adds to the forefront of the series. The ensemble cast includes Jennifer Holland, Freddie Stroma, Danielle Brooks, Chukwudi Iwuji, Robert Patrick, and Steve Agee.
The John Cena starrer DC Show currently stands at 94 per cent critics’ rating and 89 per cent audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Season 2 of the critically acclaimed and fan-favourite series was announced earlier this year.
James Gunn responded to fans on his Twitter handle
The significant reshuffle at WB resulted in the cancellation of Batgirl. Following the termination, fans were concerned about the future of their favourite DC venture. Last week, the company also proposed a 2023 merger of HBO Max and Discovery+.
James Gunn responded to the fans who were in concern regarding season 2 of the Peacemaker series. The Hollywood director tweeted, “No need to be worried on behalf of #Peacemaker. Our friend will still be making lots of peace in Season 2.”
On January 13, Peacemaker made his standalone series premiere on HBO Max. Since then, the series has enthralled audiences with its hilarious and action-packed thrill trip. The John Cena-starring feature didn’t release in India due to HBO Max’s unavailability in the country. A few weeks earlier, James Gunn confirmed the release of the series. Peacemaker will be available on Amazon Prime Video from August 14.