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Viewers furious after Netflix cancels another popular series

Poppy Bilderbeck

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Viewers furious after Netflix cancels another popular series

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People are flooding to social media in outrage upon learning a popular series hasn't been renewed by Netflix.

Prepare to shed a tear as this is the final trailer you'll be watching for the Netflix series:

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There's nothing worse than binge-watching your way through a new series of your favourite show in the space of a single day or weekend, left feeling empty, yearning for more and at a loss as to now what to do with your time.

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Now imagine you've reached that point only to discover your favourite series won't even have another season and is gone for good.

Fans of a popular Netflix series have flocked to Twitter in outrage over the streaming service's decision to not renew for another season.

Warrior Nun released its first season in 2020, returning to Netflix with season two just over a month ago on 10 November.

Netflix has decided it won't be renewing Warrior Nun for a third season. Credit: Netflix
Netflix has decided it won't be renewing Warrior Nun for a third season. Credit: Netflix
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The official Netflix synopsis reads: "After waking up in a morgue, an orphaned teen discovers she now possesses superpowers as the chosen Halo-Bearer for a secret sect of demon-hunting nuns."

Despite the supernatural drama having achieved an impressive tomatometer score of 84 percent and audience score of 97 percent - as well as being compared to hit series Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Netflix has decided it won't be returning for a third season.

Yesterday (Tuesday, 13 December) the show's creator, Simon Barry, tweeted: "I’ve just found out that @netflix will not be renewing #WarriorNun - my sincere appreciation to all the fans who worked so hard to bring awareness to this series, and for the love you showed me, the cast and the whole production team. It was a privilege to be a part of this."

Screenwriter Simon Barry revealed Netflix's decision on Twitter. Credit: @SimonDavisBarry/ Twitter
Screenwriter Simon Barry revealed Netflix's decision on Twitter. Credit: @SimonDavisBarry/ Twitter
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Fans of the series have exploded in outrage, flooding to the post in shock.

One said: "What? This is a joke, right? How can they not renew?"

"@netflix time to cancel my subscription, don't count on me to subscribe again to watch whatever sapphic representation you gonna pull for just 1-2 seasons and cancel after we pulled some good numbers to you BECAUSE IT DOESN'T MAKE A DIFFERENCE APPARENTLY," another wrote.

A third commented: "Ugh, i'm so sorry, simon. it was such a special show that meant so much to so many people."

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A final questioned whether or not the series could be saved by being transferred to another network.

They wrote: "Simon tell us if its possible for to show to be saved by another network or if fighting is useless."

Barry responded: "We (@rdfinc_and I) are looking into this. We will find out if there’s a path to moving #WarriorNun somewhere else. Will keep everyone posted. #SaveWarriorNun."

Topics: TV And Film, Netflix, News

Poppy Bilderbeck
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