Netflix often sees little value in long-running TV shows.
This has led to some critically acclaimed series getting the boot early in their runs.
We looked at eight Netflix originals beloved by critics that were canceled.
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Netflix often doesn’t like long-running TV shows, and sometimes that means great shows get the ax early.
The streaming giant has canceled plenty of shows that upset fans but were panned by TV critics, such as “Everything Sucks!” and “Gypsy.” But it’s canceled ones that were critically acclaimed, too.
Netflix often doesn’t see the value in shows that exceed 30 episodes (usually two to three seasons) because they become too expensive and too difficult for new viewers to jump into, Deadline reported earlier this year. That means shows like “American Vandal,” “One Day at a Time,” and more have been given the boot earlier than fans, and critics, would have hoped.
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