Netflix has great series to watch, they cancel or bury a lot of them

There is a lot of talk these days about Netflix and the quality of its content compared to its competitors. But really, the problem is not with Netflix no Programming quality, where programming quality is divided into three categories:

  1. Great Shows Netflix also thinks are great, endlessly recurring (small category).
  2. Signs that Netflix is ​​canceling due to what they consider to be low viewership.
  3. Great shows are buried among a huge pile of content that Netflix pushes each week, so they are overlooked or left in limbo.

I want to highlight some of these shows that fall into all three categories to show what I mean here. I will go through some of the best reviewed shows on Netflix via rotten tomatoes To clarify the point:

Nannies Club (100%). Canceled after two seasons with excellent results.

Dash and Lilly (100% score) Canceled after one season.

Blood of Zeus (100% score) Renewed for a second season, but it’s usually buried so deep that most won’t even know it exists.

Heartstopper (100% score) – Season 1 perfectly revised, not renewed for season 2 yet, never charted in the top ten

Tuca and Berti (score 99%) Canceled then selected by Adult Swim.

American Vandal (score 99%) It was canceled after two seasons, probably because it’s a series that Netflix didn’t fully own.

I think you should leave with Tim Robinson (score 98%) Rahma Just renewed for Season 3 this week. Great call! But not many people know about it.

Mindhunter (97% points) Easily one of the best Netflix series, but it’s in an eternal limbo after the second season. This appears to be an issue with viewer David Fincher, rather than Netflix itself.

Russian Doll (score 96%) Returning for a well-reviewed second season last month, it was little more than a picture on Netflix’s Top 10 lists.

Lupine (97%) One of the most popular Neflix series ever, returns for the third season.

sweet tooth (97%) It was overlooked, but Netflix picked it up for a second season.

dark (95% degree) One of Netflix’s best hidden gems, a German Time Journey series that ran its full run for three seasons.

Sex Education (95% score) High-grade series has been renewed for the fourth season.

Squid game (95% score) Possibly one of the most popular series in television history, it’s a no-brainer renewal for a second season.

Apocalypse F (score 94%) Canceled after one season.

Teenage Bounty Hunters (score 94%) – Canceled after one season (one of the biggest tragedies of any of these, if you ask me).

Stranger Things (score 93%). Arguably the most famous Netflix series, it is allowed to finish with 5 planned seasons in total.

Glare (92% degree) Canceled after three seasons, ending in a cliffhanger.

You (91% score) The Netflix success they bought from Lifetime that now appears to be streaming for as long as possible.

crown (90%) Netflix’s ultra-high-end productions that will allow it to perform its full course and more or less keep up with the day.

Santa Clarita Diet (89%) Canceled after three seasons, with the third season receiving a full 100% score.

Ozark (82%) -Rated lower than some of those, but allowed to run for the full term, which just ended with a two-part season 4.

Community (86%) Canceled after one season.

Archive 81 (86%) Canceled after one season.

Organic farming (84%) Canceled after two seasons.

Umbrella Academy (83%) – A sudden sleepwalking blow that seemed to land itself infinitely renewed in mighty numbers.

Bridgeton (82%) Netflix’s biggest English-language song will likely be renewed to finish every book in the series.

The Witcher (81%) – After the second season airs, it looks like it may be green-lit to browse all five books.

As you can see, there is a file Much Of the good shows here, about half have been canceled prematurely and you might not have heard of a quarter of the shows that survived in favor of Netflix’s most popular shows or reality series.

The quality is there, it’s hard to find, and often hard to relate to, given all the cancellations. I’d try any of those, even if they died early.

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