“Canceling my Netflix subscription now…” – The Internet Denounces Netflix for Its Treatment of ‘Warrior Nun’, as the Streaming Giant Cancels the Drama Series After 2 Successful Seasons

“Canceling my Netflix subscription now…” – The Internet Denounces Netflix for Its Treatment of ‘Warrior Nun’, as the Streaming Giant Cancels the Drama Series After 2 Successful Seasons

Netflix has been launching some splendid shows and movies recently. However, what no one can understand is why it keeps on canceling those successful shows. This is not the first time that the streaming giant has canceled a fan-favorite show. Fans were pretty devastated when it canceled First Kill as well. Now, after two successful seasons of the drama, Netflix canceled Warrior Nun, too. 

Warrior Nun is an American fantasy drama series. The show is based on the comic book character Warrior Nun Areala by Ben Dunn. When the series landed on the OTT platform in July 2020, it received positive reviews. Since then, the Netflix Original show has been a favorite for many viewers. Now, on the 13th of December, 2022, it was announced they would cancel the series. This announcement left the whole fandom outraged.

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The cancelation of Warrior Nun left the fandom infuriated and disappointed

Previously, the streaming giant faced a fall in subscribers because of their password policies. It continued to see the fall because of the cancelation of some of the fan-favorite shows. This time also the American streaming company disappointed the fandom by not renewing the show further.

Fans are ready to cancel their subscription as a revolt against this act by Netflix. They are confused and disappointed because the series got canceled. This wasn’t what they needed right now, because they loved this show. They even started the #SaveWarriorNun campaign on Twitter.

Fans openly express their outrage and disappointment over the show. Some accused the streaming giant of being homophobic. Others thought the streaming mogul doesn’t like it when people are being happy. Some even tweeted how the streaming giant cancels their most successful shows. Well, the show received 7/10 ratings from IMDb and 84% of ratings from Rotten Tomatoes and this theory seems to hold the water.

While the viewers couldn’t understand the reason for canceling the show, this is not the first time the streamer has done this. This puts the renewal of shows like Wednesday in doubt, given that the show also was successful.

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What did you think of this cancelation news? Have you streamed Warrior Nun? If not, you can stream the show here and tell us how you feel about the show in the comment box below.

6 thoughts on ““Canceling my Netflix subscription now…” – The Internet Denounces Netflix for Its Treatment of ‘Warrior Nun’, as the Streaming Giant Cancels the Drama Series After 2 Successful Seasons

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    December 15, 2022 at 7:35 pm

    Yeah I’ve definitely given it a hard thought of canceling my Netflix as well.They have cancelled all my Fav shows. Warrior Nun, The midnight Club, The Imperfects, winx,and of course others. It’s ridiculous when I maybe have 1 or 2 others I want to wait for and that’s it. Of course Shadow &Bone,The Sandman Season 2 but that will be forever off and Outer Banks is what I’m talking wanting to watch .but I may cancel until those new season come out . I have plenty of other streaming services. If this was the first time Netflix has cancelled great shows not due to drops in viewing it would be one thing but damn they will cancel any show even thier top 10 shows.

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    December 15, 2022 at 9:33 pm

    Complete and utter disappointing sadness

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    Terrence Williams
    December 16, 2022 at 5:23 am

    It’s a very good successful show to cancel I was waiting on more episodes they literally just disappointed my day I might as well go to Hulu or get an subscription with my red box app

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    Kimberly Loomis
    December 16, 2022 at 5:14 pm

    So beyond MAD that Warrior Num has been cancelled! STOP cancelling the shows we LOVE! Dropping Netflix!

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    December 20, 2022 at 7:28 am

    I was disappointed to learn that Warrior Nun, after 2 seasons has been canceled by Netflix along with other great shows. I’ve been a member of Netflex since the beginning, but now reconsidering my membership. I have Amazon Prime along with several other premium streaming services such as HBO Max and the list goes on. I’m now considering subscribing to Disney Plus since the takeover of Marvel shows and dropping Netflix entirely.

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    Jeff Grenier
    January 11, 2023 at 12:57 am

    This is something that Netflix had started doing some time ago. It was just one or two shows here and there. But, when they decided to cancel the live action adaptation of Cowboy BeBop, that really angered me. It was a really good working of the anime show. It was well written with good action and performances. And of course, like so many other shows, it ended on a second season teaser, which unfortunately never came. This was the writing on the wall as far as I am concerned. So now, with so many other seemingly fantasy based shows being canceled, it begs the question; if they dont like the genre, why bother filming it if your just going to get rid of it?
    And even more than that, Why should we take the time to get vested into watching a show if we have no idea if it will get canceled at the end of its first season? Why not just let Amazon Prime take it and do a good job with it.
    I for one thiink that would be the number one question for any trade publication, such as the Hollywood Reporter and such to ask Netflix execs. Why are you canceling entertaining and well watched shows after their first seasons? Maybe they just don’t have the right people on their “Boards” to really make the right calls. They stand to eliminate their customers more and more with each cancelation. If thats part of their business plan, then it seems to be working nicely for them.

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