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Fans react as ‘Tokyo Vice’ cancelled after two seasons: “One of the best shows of the last five years”

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Tokyo Vice has been cancelled by HBO after two seasons, with some fans questioning whether they should now cancel their Max subscription.The news was confirmed during a Fox Studios panel this week, with the streaming service paying tribute to the show’s creator J.T.

Rogers and director Alan Poul.“From Tokyo Vice’s richly written material to the gorgeously composed shots to the lived-in performances, the care and creativity of this enormously talented cast and crew shines in every frame of the show,” said a Max spokesperson (via Deadline).

We thank J.T., Alan, Ansel, Ken, Fifth Season, and Wowow for their partnership on this wholly unique modern noir thriller.”It starred Ansel Elgort (Baby Driver, The Fault In Our Stars) as an American journalist working alongside Ken Watanabe’s detective character, investigating the dark and dangerous world of the Yakuza in the Japanese capital.The second season aired earlier this year, with its final episode going out on April 4.Fans of the show have been sharing their frustration at the news of the show’s demise, with one social media user writing: “This is sad.

Tokyo Vice was incredibly written, photographed, and directed and acted by a predominantly Japanese cast at the top of their acting superpowers.”This is sad. "Tokyo Vice" was incredibly written, photographed, and directed and acted by a predominantly Japanese cast at the top of their acting superpowers.

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