‘Nancy Drew’: Kennedy McMann Feels ‘Lucky’ With Series Renewal
A few months ago, the The CW revealed that the mystery series ‘Nancy Drew’ was officially renewed for season 4. Now, in an interview with The Wayne Ayers Podcast, the actress Kennedy McMannwho plays the titular character, commented that she feels very lucky that the show has the chance to continue.
“I feel very lucky that we’re still on the air,” she said. “I don’t know if the writers are planning to [um cancelamento]. That’s definitely not our vibe on set, but we don’t have all the episodes yet. I have no idea how the season ends. As far as I know, I think everyone is planning and hoping to continue the show as long as we can.”
The next cycle is expected to launch between the end of 2022 and the beginning of 2023.
Remembering that the first three seasons are already available in the Globoplay.
Developed by Josh Schwartzthe series is based on the iconic character created by Edward Stratemeyer.
The new version of Nancy Drew focuses on the 18-year-old detective during the summer after her high school graduation. Though Nancy plans to leave her hometown to venture into college, a family tragedy keeps her at home for another year, and she finds herself caught up in a “spooky murder investigation” that leads her to uncover dark secrets along the way.
Kennedy McMann will be the title character. The cast still has Tunji Kasim, Alvina August, Maddison Jaizani, Scott Wolf and Alex Saxon.
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