In October 2020, Netflix introduced that it was teaming up with Ubisoft to make a live-action Murderer’s Creed show. Greater than two years later, although, there’s nonetheless no signal of it, and it might be some time but earlier than the show sees the sunshine of day, as author and showrunner Jeb Stuart not too long ago advised Collider he is not concerned.

Stuart did not say why he parted methods with Netflix on the show, however mentioned that Collider’s suggestion that it was associated to a “distinction in imaginative and prescient” was “honest.”

“I believe it was a little bit little bit of a move of executives from LA to London, and it allowed the London group who, sadly, needed to inherit my imaginative and prescient of what it was as an alternative of attending to develop their very own imaginative and prescient,” Stuart mentioned. “So I believe that is honest. I do know it is going to be nice every time it comes out. I believe the Ubisoft guys are improbable. I believe it is a terrific franchise. It was only a good, mutual time to maneuver on for each side.”

By all appearances, Stuart was a stable selection for a wise, action-packed Murderer’s Creed sequence. He has a powerful record of writing credit going again 35 years, on blockbusters together with Die Onerous, Leviathan, One other 48 Hours, and Simply Trigger. In that gentle, his loss hurts, however regardless of the break up his relationship with Netflix appears to be on stable floor: In 2022 he created the historic drama sequence Vikings: Valhalla for the community (a sequel to the Historical past Channel sequence Vikings, which can be now on Netflix), and he stays the showrunner because it enters it its second season—which can even have performed an element in his determination to depart the Murderer’s Creed sequence.