It's been an intense couple of weeks for Netflix, who also scrapped Bright 2 and the animated adaptation of Jeff Smith's Bone. Now, The Hollywood Reporter has revealed the streaming service has stopped production on two new animated series.
The first show to go is Dino Daycare, which was created by Jeff King. The series was announced in 2020 as part of the first slate of animated shows from Ada Twist, Scientist and Doc McStuffins' executive producer Chris Nee.
The show was originally announced as part of a line-up that was set to feature Asian American creators and protagonists.