Independence Day is a 1994 blockbuster alien catastrophe film that was initially planned as a series, but it may be more difficult to adapt it due to the fact that he and his mother were unlucky to play the protagonist in the 2016 sequel. However, Hulu is currently working on a streaming series, which would likely match that price.
Every intellectual property that can become a franchise will inevitably become a franchise. It's odd that Independence Day, a 1994 blockbuster alien catastrophe film, has been slow to take advantage of spin-off opportunities, but it looks like the days of too-little ID4 are coming to an end. Hulu is currently working on an Independence Day streaming series, according to reliable sources.
Independence Day was a major moneymaker in 1996, raking in a staggering $817 million at the box office. It might also be that the creators of the film had larger goals than a series, especially given their fondness for outsized science fiction films like Moonfall and The Day After Tomorrow.
The development of an Independence Day series raises the question whether or not it will follow the events of Independence Day: Resurgence, the little-loved 2016 sequel. Independence Day: Resurgence was deliberately created as a legacy sequel, bringing back original cast members, with the intention of handing over the reins to a new crop of actors, including Liam Hemsworth, Maika Monroe, and Jessie T. Usher.
Independence Day: Resurgence did not have the impact necessary at the box office to approve the following sequels, which were very clearly teased by the revelation that there were many alien species fighting against the world-destroying aliens from the first film, and humanity was up to bat next. A significant part of that was undoubtedly the absence of original star Will Smith (who moved to Suicide Squad, but not the good one) who was unceremoniously killed off between the two films, making it difficult for Independence Day to use his currently iff
Independence Day may be a swathe of a large-budget streaming project, so Amazon Prime Video might be able to spend a billion dollars on a Lord of the Rings prequel, and Hulu might spend a couple hundred dollars on Liam Hemsworth (with maybe a Jeff Goldblum comeo) battling hive aliens in space.