Netflix Cancelled 24 Great Shows in Two Seasons or Less

Remember a decade ago when Netflix was the streaming app to stream everything (and was at one point the only one to get Friends for Friends?) The times have definitely changed, because instead of being one of the most popular streaming services, it's gained a reputation over the years. You might be asking, "For what?" Netflix has a reputation for having their original shows cancelled after two seasons.

First, it was Sense8, then it was the Baby-Sitters Club, and now the two latest victims are Inside Job and 1899. And if you've been on Twitter over the last 24 hours, you've seen how many fans are losing their minds about the sudden cancellation of fan-favorite animated series Inside Job.

Fans are left disappointed and unsatisfied after Netflix cancels shows. (99.9% of the time, there's an end-of-the-line that we'll never be able to resolve!) Now we're in 2023, and the outlook isn't looking good for Netflix shows.

According to What's On Netflix, Netflix bases their decisions on cancellations and renewals on the number of people who view a show the speed at which they finish what is released and budget limitations. However, many fans have lately expressing their displeasure with this method, due to the fact that many beloved shows get axed for virtually no reason.

If you're as enraged as Twitter right now, let's look at some of the shows Netflix has cancelled after two seasons.

A version of this article was first published on January 20, 2023.