There is already a lack of Latinos in leading roles so the news of Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle” being canceled has been especially hard for some fans. Gael Garcia Bernal played a musical genius in the show and it enjoyed four seasons on the streaming giant Amazon. However, four seasons just wasn’t enough for fans and they are angry. Some of them are even blaming a new “The Lord of the Rings” show forcing the cancellation.
Fans of “Mozart in the Jungle” are not holding back their anger now that the show has been canceled.
On my way to meet whoever is responsible for Mozart in the Jungle getting fucked. pic.twitter.com/SuIbLRqEX0
— Gone Boy (@ElRincondDomive) April 7, 2018
We’ve all gotten emotionally invested in a show in the past. Even if the show makes it to seven seasons, there is always some heartbreak when the show just goes off air.
It feels like a personal attack for some people.
Mozart in the Jungle got canceled this is literally the worst thing that could happen to me personally
— disgruntled nut (@raccoonest) April 7, 2018
Because, clearly, Amazon canceled your favorite show on purpose.
There is some irony in Amazon’s statement about why they canceled “Mozart in the Jungle.”
NO NO NO NO I just learned they’ve canceled Mozart in the Jungle because they don’t want to do niche shows anymore, just broader projects with big budgets and if that’s not ABSURDLY ironic, I don’t know what is.
— Emily (@sadcypress) April 7, 2018
And it is clearly not lost on the fans of the show.
There are some threats of canceled Amazon Prime accounts.
If they don't make a season 5 for Mozart in the Jungle I will cancel my amazon prime.
— Kiah Cline (@kiahcline) March 30, 2018
Listen up, Amazon. All these people want is another season of their favorite show. Not some “Lord of the Rings” show.
The news has really derailed some people’s idea of what 2018 is all about.
— Kaitlyn Anderson (@myfaultystars) April 8, 2018
After all of the pain, suffering and disappointment so many of us had to endure last year, this is the thanks we get? This year was supposed to be different from last year.
Despite the devastating end, some fans are still encouraging people to watch “Mozart in the Jungle.”
Mozart in the Jungle is an amazing show.
— Harry Raymond (@harryraymond) April 7, 2018
“We are so proud of the four seasons we made of this show and are grateful to the cast, crew, fans and Amazon for writing this symphony with us. We hope people will keep finding the show for years to come,” Paul Weitz, Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman and Will Graham, executive producers of the show, said Friday in a joint statement, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Fans are directly blaming “The Lord of the Rings” for the end of ‘Mozart in the Jungle.”
Holding the LOTR series nobody asked for personally responsible for Mozart in the Jungle’s cancellation.
— Sage Young (@sageyoungest) April 7, 2018
Doesn’t help that they cut the show and announced a $1 billion budget for five seasons of the new “The Lord of the Rings” show.
Above all else, fans are just sad.
Mozart in the jungle got cancelled not to be dramatic but nobody talk to me today
— funky phil (@ashsuh) April 9, 2018
? ? ?
What are fans supposed to do now?
Mozart in the jungle got cancelled the universe doesn’t want me to be happy
— izzy (@wiltedflowerrs) April 9, 2018
Surely there will be another show that will captivate you just like ‘Mozart in the Jungle.”