Even after being canceled by Netflix after season 3 last year, Santa Clarita Diet creator is still hopeful for a fourth season of the show. Victor Fresco (creator of Santa Clarita Diet) has not run out of hopes and he feels that a proper closure should have been provided rather than ending the show out of nowhere.
The show revolved around a twist in the married couple’s life, when the wife turns into a zombie. It was a great comedy TV series, which gained positive feedback from the audience. However, the show was canceled by Netflix in 2019 right after season 3.
In an Interview to LADbible, Victor opened up about his thoughts on the show’s season 4:
Victor Fresco said that he and the writers already have a few ideas for the new season, provided that they get a chance to revive it. He further added:
The show gained popularity among the fans because of its unique storyline and amazing cast. However, Netflix thought that the show did not perform as per their expectations. Cindy Holland (Head of Original Content at Netflix), shared her views about the show while talking to Deadline saying, “the company didn’t want to “continue to invest in something that doesn’t do as well as we had hoped.”
The cancellation of Santa Clarita Diet came as a surprising blow for the whole cast, the crew of the show. Fresco and the team had plans of keeping the show going but Netflix had other plans. Canceling the show just after season 3 has left the story of the show incomplete. Fresco wishes to give a good closure to the show by concluding it in season 4.