Season 1 arrived on Netflix in July, with a story split into two timelines: 2022 and postapocalyptic 2036. Both tales end on cliffhangers that will seemingly never be resolved. It sits at a score of 53 on CNET sister site Metacritic, with a critic score of 55 on Rotten Tomatoes but an audience score of just 27.
"A special thank you to all the fans who watched #ResidentEvilNetflix, the showrunners, my castmates, executives and more," Reddick tweeted on Saturday, with a video message thanking everyone who worked on the show. "We worked our asses off and had a great time."
Netflix didn't respond to a request for comment.
Reddick played Resident Evil archvillain Albert Wesker in a story that referenced elements and events from the games, but was set in a separate continuity. It was also separate from last year'slast year, as well as the starring Milla Jovovich.
There's still plenty on the horizon for the games, with a downloadable expansion coming for Resident Evil Villageand a remake of Resident Evil 4 scheduled for release .