Throughout the coronavirus lockdown, the streaming giant Netflix has been releasing a number of films and series every few days to keep its subscribers entertained. But, the lockdown has forced the broadcasting giant to take a few ough decisions. Due to various factors, the streaming platform took the decision to cancel a few of its series that has been running successfully on its platform. Here is everything we know about the various series canceled by the streaming giant Netflix, due to the ongoing global pandemic.
Netflix: Series Canceled By The Streaming Giant Due To The Ongoing Global Pandemic
The fans and followers of the series canceled by the streaming giant due to the global pandemic are disappointed. Here is the list of series canceled by Netflix in the wake of the spread of coronavirus.
Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show:
The sketch comedy series made its debut on the streaming giant’s platform last year in December. Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show followed eight strangers who share a house. The series was a cross between Saturday Night Live and Big Brother. Due to the global pandemic, Netflix canceled the series in June this year.
The Society premiered on the broadcasting giant’s platform last year in May. On its release, the series gained several fans and followers. After its immense success, The Society was renewed by Netflix for the second season. But, the mystery teen drama series became a victim of the global pandemic as the broadcasting giant canceled the already renewed series.
I Am Not Okay With This:
Another victim of the ongoing global pandemic is the coming of the age drama series, I Am Not Okay With This. The series made its debut on the broadcasting giant’s platform earlier this year. After the success of the first season, the followers of the series were looking forward to the second season. But, recently, Netflix canceled the series.
The cyberpunk series made its debut on the streaming giant’s platform in 2018. The second season of the show was released earlier this year. But in August, Netflix canceled the series after two successful seasons.