Here Is Why DiepCity Has Been Cancelled And This Is When It’s Ending
Unrevealed sources are somehow Blaming it on Diep city’s short, uncreative teasers. It is believed that it’s the reason for Diep City‘s cancellation, which has just been announced by Mzansi Magic. The soapie will be ending in March 2023 and will get its full second season of 240 episodes.
Who owns DiepCity?
It launched in April 2021 with 779,806 viewers for its most-watched episode and has since gone up and down, between 570,000 and 880,000 viewers e.g. it attracted 829,222 viewers in April 2022 so it hasn’t done a nose dive.
Of course, Mzansi Magic hasn’t gone into the exact details as to why it’s ending, but they give a vaguely similar reason to Legacy, which was guided by the secret surveys TVSA revealed HERE.
See DiepCity press release below:
As Mzansi Magic continues to keep up with the ever-evolving tastes and viewing patterns of audiences, the channel and business will maintain a working relationship Black Brain Pictures, the production house behind DiepCity. Other past collaborations with the company include the acclaimed dramas Vula Vala and Lockdown.
Anyway, let’s continue watching Diep city and see what happens.
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