The series dying continues Netflix – surprisingly – releases two more series

The series dying continues: Netflix – surprisingly – releases two more series!

After two Netflix series with “The Society” and “I Am Not Okay With This” have just been canceled, although further seasons have already been officially announced, the big series dying on the streaming service continues this week.

In the cases of the modern “Lord of the Flies” updates “The Society” and “I Am Not Okay With This” with “It” star Sophia Lillis, things were of course particularly tragic. Both series were canceled last week, although the next few seasons had already been officially confirmed by Netflix. The reason in both cases:

The Corona postponements and the pandemic-related additional security measures during the shoot would have raised the budget to an area in which the series would no longer have paid off for Netflix.

The Corona shifts and the pandemic-related additional safety measures when shooting

Also last week, the end of one of the best Netflix series was announced – although the decision in this case apparently had nothing to do with Corona (but presumably with the budget itself): Sci-Fi, which has always looked very expensive -Drama “Altered Carbon – The Immortality Program” ends after the second season!

the end of one of the best Netflix series

No more fun for “Ashley Garcia” and “The Big Show Show”

This week the end for two Netflix sitcoms follows: while it is “Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love”, in which a 15-year-old robot engineer (Paulina Chávez) gets the chance to work for NASA, for at least two seasons has made a total of 14 episodes, “The Big Show Show” with wrestling star Paul Wight aka The Big Show is over after just eight episodes!

This week the end for two Netflix sitcoms follows:

The review for “The Big Show Show”

To what extent the cancellations have to do with Corona or not is not yet known – “The Big Show Show” creator Jason Berger does not reveal any bad blood between the series makers and Netflix in his farewell tweet:

to see no bad blood between the series creators and Netflix:

on behalf of the staff, cast, and crew of

on behalf of the staff, cast, and crew of

But whether Covid-19 or not, both cancellations came as a surprise – and even if these are definitely not Netflix highlights, fans will not get a satisfactory conclusion …

In any case, both cancellations came as a surprise

Christmas specials – but no finals!

… the first eight episodes of “The Big Show Show” end, for example, with a cliffhanger that will probably never be broken up:

with a cliffhanger that will probably never be dissolved:

There is exactly one more episode of both series that Netflix still has in stock – but each of these is a Christmas special that has already been shot and that will not advance the actual plot of the series movie4k.

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