Navigating the world of streaming services can be frustrating for subscribers, especially when beloved shows are canceled without a proper closure. While cancellations aren’t unique to Netflix, the platform’s massive global reach and extensive content production make it a frequent target of criticism. Let’s take a look at some of the high-profile cancellations Netflix has announced from July 2023.
Snowflake Mountain (Cancelled: July 2023): The reality series, which garnered more attention than viewers, was canceled after its first season.
Welcome to Eden (Cancelled: July 2023): This Spanish sci-fi thriller series was canceled a few months after the second season aired in April 2023.
Sky High: The Series (Cancelled: July 2023): Netflix Spain’s crime-focused action thriller starring Money Heist star Miguel Herrán has been canceled.
In Love All Over Again (Cancelled: July 2023): Released in February 2023, this Spanish-language show was one of three shows to be canceled in July.
Lockwood & Co. (Cancelled: May 2023): Confirmed mid-May 2023, Lockwood & Co. not returning for another season.
Male vs. Bee (Cancelled: May 2023): The comedy series Rowan Atkinson, not expected to return, was officially canceled in May 2023.
Rebelde (Cancelled: May 2023): The Mexican continuation and reboot of the classic Spanish-language series ended after two seasons.
Smiley (Cancelled: May 2023): An LGBTQ rom-com series that premiered in 2022. Smiley was not renewed for future installments.
Bling Empire & Bling Empire: New York (Cancelled: April 2023): Both the reality series Bling Empire and its New York spin-off were canceled in April 2023.
Inside Job (Cancelled: January 2023): Initially renewed for a second season, the Inside Job animated series renewal decision was reversed in January 2023 by Netflix.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Which Netflix shows have been canceled in 2023?
A: Some of the canceled Netflix shows in 2023 include ‘Snowflake Mountain’, ‘Welcome to Eden’, ‘Sky High: The Series’, ‘In Love All Over Again’, ‘Lockwood & Co.’, ‘Man vs. Bee,” “Rebelde,” “Smiley,” “Bling Empire & Bling Empire: New York,” and “Inside Job.”
Q: Is there any possibility of shows being extended after they were at risk of cancellation?
A: Yes, there have been instances where shows that were initially at risk of being canceled ended up being renewed based on a variety of factors. The decision to cancel or renew a show ultimately rests with Netflix based on these considerations.
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