Michelle Yeoh doesn't understand Netflix's cancellation of Brothers Sun

Michelle Yeoh doesn't understand Netflix's cancellation of Brothers Sun

The actress expresses her disappointment after this announcement coming only a month after the series was broadcast on the platform.

After Justin Dogit's the turn of Michelle Yeoh to express their views on the cancellation of Sun Brothers by the streaming platform Netflix. Yesterday, the actress took to her Instagram account to express her incomprehension:

“I'm heartbroken…and I have a hard time understanding why…but despite everything, I'm very proud of my family. Sun Brothers and what we proposed to the world together. We hold our heads high”she wrote in the caption of four photos taken during the promotion of the series.

The actress, Oscar winner in 2023 for her role in Everything, Everywhere All at Onceposts this message addressed to his fans two days after the announcement of the deprogramming of the series created by Brad Falchuk (American Horror Story, Glee) And Byron Wu. She played Eileen “Mama” Lee, matriarch at the head of a family closely linked to a Taiwanese triad, and watching over her two sons, one a professional enforcer, the other a naïve student.

The news came only a month after the broadcast of the eight episodes making up the first (and final, therefore) season of this martial arts concentrate, and can be explained, according to Netflix, by insufficient viewing results.

Like Michelle Yeoh, fans of the series do not understand this decision. “I don’t understand, it was the best series I’ve seen on television in years” ; “What has happened to Netflix so that they stop the best shows?”, can we read in the comments of his publication. It must be said that this cancellation takes place in a context of massive deletion that began last year and which saw series like Fully charged, Shadow and Bone: The Grisha Saga, Glamorous, Agent Elvis, Farzar, Captain Fall

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As for Michelle Yeoh, if she has no current plans to reappear on the small screen, her fans will soon find her on the big screen: she plays a role in two highly anticipated films scheduled for 2024: the third part of the saga Avatar of James Cameron and the film adaptation of the musical Wickedwhere she plays Madame Morrible alongsideAriana Grande, Jeff Goldblum, Cynthia Erivo or Jonathan Bailey. We will also find her in a few days on stage at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles to present an Oscar.

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