Netflix shows that are cancelled in 2021 (so far)

Netflix shows that are cancelled in 2021 (so far)

We are three months into the new year after a disastrous 2020 in which there were 25 originals cancelled. Here are the shows Netflix has cancelled in 2021 so far.

The pandemic was a huge burden for Netflix in 2020. That’s because it had to cancel many productions alongside delaying many others. We could be watching the new installments of many huge productions like Stranger Things right now if it wasn’t for the pandemic. However, it affected the filming processes of some shows and completely cancelled 25 Netflix originals in 2020.

As we are three months into 2021, the situation does not seem that bad. There are still some cancelled shows, though.

Netflix shows cancelled in 2021

All those three cancellations, or finales, if you will, are pretty recent. We have an anime series, a historical drama, and a sitcom.

The Duchess

The Duchess is a comedy series by Netflix that debuted in September 2020. Starring Katherine Ryan, it’s about a single mom trying to raise his daughter.

The star has revealed in a recent interview that Netflix was not planning on making a second season for the series. It could not get enough viewers. There is currently one, probably the only, season of The Duchess on Netflix right now.

Castlevania

Castlevania is an anime adapted from the video game series of the same name. It was first released on Netflix in 2017.

The anime is drawing to an end with its fourth season. Netflix is going to release the last season of Castlevania on May 13th. Here’s the official trailer for it.

The Last Kingdom

The Last Kingdom is a historical drama that debuted in 2015. It is adapted from Bernard Cornwell’s novels.

Just like Castlevania, The Last Kingdom is going to give us one last season before going for good. They are currently filming the fifth season of the series. The release date is probably going to be around early 2022. However, there is no official announcement on that yet.

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