There are a lot of canceled Netflix shows these days since the streaming service gets rid of many shows before they even have a chance to find an audience. How Many Shows Did Netflix Cancel In 2022?
Remember when the “Netflix Original” label meant a show was good and you knew you could watch it to the end? That’s not true anymore when Netflix seems to cancel more shows than it renews. In 2022, Netflix removed more than a dozen of its exhibitions, and a few never even aired.
Below, we’ll look at the exact number of Netflix shows canceled in 2022, focusing on the biggest ones. We’re not including shows that ended, like Ozark, Dead to Me, Locke & Key, and Grace & Frankie, because they had real endings and weren’t just canceled out of the blue.
We also won’t include shows where the characters don’t know what will happen to them. Many Netflix shows, like In From the Cold, Farzar, and others, haven’t been canceled or renewed, so they’re still in limbo. We can probably assume, though, that they won’t be back.
How Many Shows Did Netflix Cancel In 2022?
In 2022, Netflix got rid of a whopping 24 shows. Let’s hope they don’t get anywhere near that number in 2023, but they’re not off to a good start after canceling 1899 and not renewing Inside Job.
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All canceled Netflix shows 2022
- Adventure Beast
- Another Life
- Archive 81
- The Baby-Sitters Club
- Bad Crimes
- The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself
- Cooking with Paris
- Fate: The Winx Saga
- First Kill
- The Imperfects
- The Midnight Clu
- The Midnight Gospel
- On the Verge
- Partner Track
- Pretty Smart
- Raising Dion
- Resident Evil
- Space Force
- Warrior Nun
It’s too bad that so many good shows were canceled after only one season or in the middle of their run. Fans are fighting hard to save shows like Warrior Nun and The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself, but the odds are against them because it’s rare for other services to pick up Netflix shows.
Which 2022 Netflix shows that were taken off the air do you miss the most this year? Do you agree with any of the cancellations?
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Jessa Martin is the author of Nogmagazine, A professional in writing by day, and novelist by night, she received her bachelor of arts in film from Howard University and her master of arts in media studies from the New School. A Brooklyn native, she is a lover of naps, cookie dough, and beaches, currently residing in the borough she loves, most likely multitasking.