- Apple TV+ series “Swagger” cancelled after two seasons
- Star O’Shea Jackson Jr. expresses disappointment and gratitude
- Series was inspired by basketball player Kevin Durant’s experiences
The Apple TV+ show “Swagger” has been cancelled after just two seasons, with cast member O’Shea Jackson Jr. speaking out about the news. Jackson Jr. took to social media to express his disappointment and gratitude for the opportunity to be part of the series.
“Swagger” was a drama series and a coming-of-age story inspired by NBA superstar Kevin Durant’s early life experiences. Jackson Jr. played the role of an aspiring basketball player, and the show depicted the challenges faced by young athletes in pursuit of their dreams.
In his message, O’Shea Jackson Jr. stated, “To all the fans of Swagger, thank you for your support. We fought hard for you all.” He also expressed his belief that the series was important in illustrating the challenges faced by young athletes, saying, “We wanted to show the realities of young athletes and the pressures they face.”
Though disappointed by the cancellation, Jackson Jr. expressed gratitude for the experience, saying, “I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with so many amazing and talented people.”
With the show’s cancellation, fans will be left wondering what may have been, but the impact of “Swagger” on the lives of those who watched and were part of it remains undeniable.