Netflix It usually renews the catalog of its platform every month: it removes and adds new programs. Most of the titles that are set aside or the original productions that are not renewed are usually due to the low ratings and popularity they reach.
However, there were opportunities in which, due to various circumstances, series with great reception and high ratings have not been renewed, what has caused controversy and the displeasure of millions of subscribers.
Below, we show you a count of five titles questioned due to their premature removal from the platform, which has even left the story unfinished.
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“Anne with an E”
Starring Amybeth McNulty and based on the love story from the book “Anne of Green Gables” written by Lucy Maud Montgomery, was one of the drama series that became the favorite of millions of subscribers.
Despite its popularity, the streaming giant canceled production after the premiere of its third season and since 2019 the public has collected signatures and petitions for the company to renew the title to at least provide an end to the story.
Considered one of the most successful Mexican series in the Netflix catalog, it went through something similar that “Anne with E”. Failing to convince the producer, it was canceled at the end of its second season, leaving its story of crime, mystery and family sacrifices unfinished.
“The hidden world of Sabrina”
The fantasy and mystery series starred Kiernan Shipk, who played the classic witch Sabrina Spellman in a dark remake. The title conquered the public in 2018 and although many expected several seasons, it was canceled after the premiere of the second part of its second installment.
In 2017, Netflix premiered several series that managed to become a rage within streaming and television, as it was “The OA”, a favorite of the science fiction genre. However, after the premiere of its second season, streaming decided not to continue broadcasting its story, at least within its catalog.
The story created by the Wachowski sisters, the same ones who directed “Matrix”, was canceled after its second season. Although its premiere in 2015 captivated many fans of science fiction and fantasy titles, this would not have convinced Netflix to renew it again.
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