Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist was officially given a second chance, which has excited many fans. The canceled NBC musical drama premieres a holiday movie on The Roku Channel, to bring some fun to the viewers and essentially complete the series. However, many are certainly curious as to whether the project could lead to more than the franchise. Now, the creator of the series has shared his thoughts on whether fans can expect a new life of Zoey after the movie.
It was a long and winding road for the favorite series to get to where he is now. NBC waited almost a month after the season 2 finale to decide its fate, and fans were disappointed when the show finally got the ax. For a while, even the Peacock seemed like a solid choice for the show, but so did the platform. In anticipation of the new special, Austin Winsberg spoke THAT ONE for the future, and his thoughts are quite hopeful:
When it was first announced that Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist would get a completion film, it was said there is a possibility Roku will order a third season. However, it seems that it would be better for the show to continue through movies and not through episodes, in order to tell complete stories. The creator of the series is clearly not against this idea, as he has many plans in case the opportunity arose:
Of course, before we get too far ahead of ourselves, we have a lot to look forward to in this current movie, especially a plethora of guillotine songs. In a recently released clip, Zoe and Mo appear to be doing Christmas shopping and the former just wasn’t in the mood for the holidays. So Mo, being Mo, sang “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” basically with the help of the entire mall. And yes, it was really as wonderful as you can probably imagine.
As a fan, I hope Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas it will not be the end of the series, because there are still so many fun things that can be done. Don’t miss the movie when it premieres on The Roku Channel on December 1st!
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