There’s a pessimistic take flying around social media that “there will never be another cult TV series,” meaning the new habit of streamers deleting shows that underperformed means it will be impossible to create a show that gains its audience over time, rather than right out of the gate. Well, folks, here’s a present-day example of a show clawing itself back from the cliff due to sheer fan will. It may be harder, but it’s not impossible.
Every now and then, life will surprise you sometimes, and in a good way. Doesn’t usually happen. Happened tonight.
#SaveWarriorNun is trending on Twitter right now. The 2 season run of this action fantasy ended. It ended in a cliff hanger which is nightmare for the fans of this comic book adaptation. Fans waited for one and a half year before the second season before the second season. The Show was consistently in top 10 for 3 weeks in many countries but because of the high budget it became a target by cancellation.
Boooooy, has it been a long wait for Netflix to get around to the second season of Warrior Nun. It may be so long that you don’t remember where we left off. But that’s okay — the show’s protagonist doesn’t really start Warrior Nunning until the end of Season 1, so you can jump right in.
When Netflix suddenly revealed something called “Warrior Nun” in the summer of 2020, it got a lot of attention from its mere name, let alone its premise — and fortunately, said premise turned out to be as bonkers as the title suggested.
Netflix Renewal Announcements had given subscribers relief from the Anxiety of cancellation. The Producers of Babysitters Club said their ratings are decent. It is even higher than some of the top shows of HBO Max and Amazon Prime. However, the high expectations of Netflix are a demanding standard to reach. Along with the scandals of Transphobic Stand up comedians, the Password Sharing crackdown controversy, and many more. The cancellation of beloved shows had dropped the subscription rate of Netflix. With All the competition available, Why stay on a service that cancels your reason to subscribe.
Netflix is about to give us a series about a warrior nun. If you ask us, it’s about time. What have we been paying our subscriptions for all these years, with the complete lack of karate-kicking young girls in leather habits? Fortunately the error is about to be corrected.