Netflix Cancelled These 13 Shows, But They’re Still Worth Your Time

Netflix is notorious for canceling shows, but just because a show was canceled prematurely doesn’t mean it is not worth watching.

A discussion on the Internet recently highlighted which shows were cut short but still deserve to be watched “as-is.”

Here they are!

Santa Clarita Diet

Timothy Olyphant, Drew Barrymore in Santa Clarita Diet Season 2.
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Santa Clarita Diet is a Netflix original comedy horror series starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant as married realtors, Sheila and Joel Hammond. The couple live a quiet life in Santa Clarita, California, with their teenage daughter, Abby. Their world is unexpectedly turned upside down when Sheila goes through a dramatic transformation that leaves her looking and feeling better than ever, but also craving human flesh.

The OA

The OA.
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The OA is a mind-bending sci-fi drama that follows Prairie Johnson, a young woman who returns home after seven years missing. Prairie claims to have been blind her entire life, but now she can see. She also has a strange story to tell about her disappearance, involving near-death experiences, parallel universes, and a secret mission to save the world.

Sense8

Sense8 Season 2.
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Sense8 is a groundbreaking sci-fi drama that follows eight strangers from around the world who are suddenly linked mentally and emotionally. They can see, hear, and feel what each other is experiencing, and they can even share their knowledge and skills. This connection makes them powerful, but it also makes them a target for a mysterious organization that wants to control them.

Travelers

Travelers.
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Travelers is a sci-fi thriller about a team of highly trained operatives who are sent back in time from the 22nd century to prevent the collapse of modern society. These operatives, known as “travelers,” take over the bodies of people who are about to die, and they must use their knowledge of the future to avert disaster.

Teenage Bounty Hunters

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Teenage Bounty Hunters is a comedy-drama about two fraternal twin sisters, Sterling and Blair Wesley, who accidentally fall into the world of bounty hunting when they crash their father’s truck into a car driven by a bail jumper. The girls are initially reluctant to become bounty hunters, but they soon realize that they have a knack for it. They are also determined to use their skills to help people, not just to make money.

I Am Not Okay With This

I AM NOT OKAY WITH THIS.
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I’m Not Ok With This is a coming-of-age comedy-drama about a teenage girl named Sydney Novak who is struggling to deal with the death of her father, her budding sexuality, and mysterious superpowers just beginning to awaken deep within her.

Marco Polo

Marco Polo.
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Marco Polo is an epic historical drama that follows the early years of the famous Venetian merchant and explorer Marco Polo in the court of Kublai Khan, the Khagan of the Mongol Empire and the founder of the Yuan dynasty (1271–1368).

GLOW

GLOW
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GLOW is a comedy-drama about a group of women who form a professional wrestling league in Los Angeles in 1985. The series follows the women as they train, compete, and form bonds with each other. It also explores the challenges they face as women in a male-dominated industry.

Daybreak

Daybreak.
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Daybreak is a post-apocalyptic comedy-drama about a teenage boy named Josh Wheeler who searches for his missing girlfriend, Sam Dean, in a world that has been overrun by zombies and gangs of violent teenagers.

Mindhunter

MINDHUNTER
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Mindhunter is a crime drama about two FBI agents, Holden Ford and Bill Tench, who create the Behavioral Science Unit in the late 1970s. The series follows Ford and Tench as they interview serial killers in order to understand their psychology and develop better ways to catch them.

American Vandal

American Vandal.
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American Vandal is a mockumentary-style comedy about two high school students who investigate a costly high school prank that left 27 faculty cars vandalized with phallic images. The students, Peter Maldonado and Sam Ecklund, are determined to find out who did the vandalism, even if it means exposing the secrets of their classmates.

Altered Carbon

Altered Carbon.
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Altered Carbon is a cyberpunk thriller about a future where consciousness can be transferred from body to body, making death a temporary inconvenience. The series follows Takeshi Kovacs, a former elite soldier who is resleeved in a new body and sent to investigate the murder of a wealthy man.

Lockwood and Co

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Netflix’s latest cancellation is still worth a watch. This show was highly rated on Rotten Tomatoes and is really great. Based on a book series, the show follows the ghost-hunting agency Lockwood and Co as they fight deadly spirits in London.

12 Movies That Are Just Plain Awful, But We Love Them Anyway

Van Helsing (2004).
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It’s OK to like bad movies. You don’t need to defend your choices or agree with what the critics say. Movies are subjective, after all! To make you feel better about your questionable favorites we gathered up some movies that are just plain awful, but we love anyway.

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12 Sitcoms That It’s Hard To Understand Why They’re So Popular Despite Being Unfunny

Fuller House Season 2.
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We wanted to know what successful, famous sitcoms people didn’t find funny at all, and the internet didn’t let us down. It turns out there are plenty of successful sitcoms that it’s hard to understand why they’re so popular despite being unfunny.

Here are some of the most popular answers.

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13 Netflix Movies That Flew Under the Radar But Are Totally Worth Your Time

THE LOST DAUGHTER. OLIVIA COLMAN as LEDA.
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Are you looking for a movie to watch on Netflix that hasn’t been recommended a million times? Here are some of the most awesome and niche movie recommendations. These movies totally flew under the radar and, for some reason, aren’t recommended so often, but they should be!

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These 12 Films Are Way Too Overrated, According to the Internet

DANNY RAMIREZ PLAYS
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This one’s definitely going to be controversial, so strap yourself in. Here are 12 answers to the question, “What films are way too overrated or get way too much love and praise in your opinion?” according to the internet.

Do you agree or disagree with these controversial answers? I’ll be honest, it’s hard to understand how anyone could dislike some of these movies – but I guess we all have our personal preferences!

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12 TV Shows That Managed To Be Consistently Fantastic From Start to End

Walter White (Bryan Cranston) - Breaking Bad _ Season 5, Episode 13 - Photo Credit: Ursula Coyote/AMC.
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TV shows capture our hearts, but it’s not often they manage to stay consistently good throughout the series. Some start strong, then turn formulaic, and others hype us up only to end with a disappointing series finale.

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