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7 Netflix Shows Cancelled Because They Don’t Get The Ratings

Raise your hands if you’ve been personally victimized by Netflix canceling your favorite show too soon. We all know how notorious Netflix is regarding their original series, where some of them don’t even make it past the first season without getting axed

One Day At A Time has such a peculiar story regarding its continuity. A family sitcom, One Day At A Time was comedic and fun but unafraid of dealing with more serious themes. 

One Day At A Time

Everything Sucks! Is prime nostalgia bait. The 90s setting of an AV club in a small town with the ‘Boring High School’? This was tailor-made for millennials who wanted to relive their awkward days.

Everything Sucks!

The Get Down was the stuff of dreams. It was a period piece about the 70s and the rise of Disco and Hip-Hop, all created under the direction of Baz Luhrmann. And he spent over a decade trying to get it pitched.

The Get Down

Daybreak had such major Zombiland vibes, and that alone could’ve carried it forward. Based on the graphic novel by Brian Ralph, it starred Josh Wheeler, a 17-year-old searching for his girlfriend, Sam Dean, after a Zombie Apocalypse killed all adults in the world.


I know people had a lot to say about the live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop, but it was still pretty fun. Maybe it wasn’t a play-by-play of the iconic anime, but John Cho as Spike was genuinely good.

Cowboy Bebop

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