Netflix is home to some incredible and creative movies and original TV series. The nature of the streaming platform means it can often support more interesting or innovative storytelling than what would succeed on network television, which relies more heavily on commercial breaks and attracting advertisers. The downside? Netflix’s cancellation reasons are often more opaque, since it famously does not typically release viewing numbers and has a more complicated renewal calculation. Still, Netflix canceling an original series is relatively uncommon, although there have already been some major casualties in 2019 alone! Ahead, take a look at the dearly departed shows that have lived and died on Netflix over the past few years.[/nextpage][nextpage]
Although the drama was canceled in 2015, it did have three seasons, and the creators had enough notice to wrap things up in their final season.[/nextpage][nextpage]
After three seasons, Netflix announced the twisty family drama’s 2016 season would be its last.[/nextpage][nextpage]
After two seasons, the epic historical drama became one of Netflix’s earliest cancellations back in 2016. The New York Times reported at the time that the show’s massive budget likely played a big role in its cancellation.[/nextpage][nextpage]
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Baz Luhrmann’s hip-hop musical drama was plagued with production difficulties, and Netflix pulled the plug after only one season (which was split into two parts).
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