I'm really sad it got cancelled. It had found this amazing middle between tragedy and comedy.
I hardly give review to any series, only to the ones who mark me receive them.
Red Band Society is definitely one of the series that marked me.
When I started watching, in the first episode I knew I would love it so much that my mind right away was "this is one of those works you want to record every word and watch it again and again and never get bored and always wanting more and learning more. "
When I was about halfway through the series, I read that they had canceled the continuation for lack of viewers, and I thought "no, it's not true, the series is wonderful, they would never cancel something as big as this." But here we are, six months since the last episode and no further news.
This really makes me sad, because other series stretch more than they should, with unnecessary episodes and scripts that make no difference, but these teenagers have taught me more than many of my "friends", for example, when I started watching was starting to have eating disorders, staying without food when my parents were not around, do not leave more for restaurants and had begun to suffer from bulimia too ... But see Emma going through it, see the Red Band Society
helping each other, see Charlie getting better, see Leo managed to turn around the second complication, the whole plot helped me ... I'm not saying that was the series that got me out of this problem, but it was one of the things that helped me ... And I'm very grateful to it because maybe now I was typing in a hospital and not in my room.
So to finish, I really hope that the series does not end like this, because many people only started to watch a series after it has a full season, and I really want to know what will happen to these characters that already live in my heart and for which I have such great affection.
Please guys, give your best to have season two, 'love it!
Why cancelled ;'( ?! This show is awesome why u do dis to mi world? -.- Love The Show <3
Love the show and I think it should have gone on. It had some humour, it had something sentimental.