Production orders have always taken a back seat to how the episodes are presented by the network. There are many examples where episodes were ordered for one season, but aired in another so this is not sound reasoning.Equinox wrote:The fact remains that only one season of this series has been ordered (and produced) to date.
Equinox wrote:Here's another, non-Netflix example for you: Both Breaking Bad's and Mad Men's final seasons were split into two equal parts, with the second part starting approximately 10-11 months after the first ended. We listed the two parts as one season. All this to say, Netflix is not the first network to employ this "split season" approach.
This is not at all similar since AMC clearly labelled the second parts of the seasons as part of the season. They didn't start the episode numbers from 1 for the b parts of the season.
Netflix's website clearly says 2 seasons.