‘Santa Clarita Diet’ Canceled By Netflix After 3 Seasons

Apr 27, 2019 06:49


‘Santa Clarita Diet’ Canceled By Netflix After 3 Seasons https://t.co/9FfkIgD1ur pic.twitter.com/rgYsufiYrP
- Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) April 27, 2019

Netflix has cancelled Santa Clarita Diet after 3 seasons.

Said star and EP Olyphant: "I loved working on this show. I’m going to continue coming in and doing scenes. If they don’t want to film ( Read more... )

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violue April 27 2019, 02:26:00 UTC
So many shows cancelled with no conclusion. At some point, viewers are going to stop bothering to invest their attention in new Netflix Originals. Surely they realize that?

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nicolroco April 27 2019, 02:34:20 UTC
It’s actually baffling that Netflix doesn’t give more of its shows like this final seasons considering how many shows they’ve bought after cancelation from regular networks to......give final seasons to????

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evilgmbethy April 27 2019, 02:36:57 UTC
I read some article recently that if they let their shows go beyond three seasons, the people involved with the show get a lot of bonuses. So Netflix is content to let a lot of their originals end with three seasons because they don't want to pay for the success. it's definitely made me be more hesitant about Netflix originals.

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wearescientists April 27 2019, 03:01:42 UTC
We will see with how far that one dumb suicide show they have going on bc they keep renewing it for some reason

But if that’s also the case then they can at least start to wrap it up in s3?? Or even give it a retitle or something. But also wasn’t degrassi first class on there longer than 3 seasons? And now they haven’t canceled or renewed it

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snippy_carrot April 27 2019, 02:28:56 UTC
This one makes me angry.

Hopefully they can find some place to pick it up to at least wrap it up, somewhat.

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evilgmbethy April 27 2019, 02:38:20 UTC
I mean, didn't someone want to pick up One Day at a Time and even had Norman Lear ask personally, but Netflix said no? It's frustrating

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babarsuhail April 27 2019, 03:00:07 UTC
It's downright evil that Teddy boy would say no to 97 year old Norman Lear

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onhold4u April 27 2019, 05:55:08 UTC
unfortunately not only is the above correct about ODAT, this show was made and produced by Netflix so there's 0 chance they'd let someone else have it.

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oddityangel April 27 2019, 02:29:40 UTC
Well, crap.

What of Joel and Mr. Ball Legs?

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jaequeeragenda April 27 2019, 02:33:57 UTC
ikr?!?!?!?!?!? that was like a big deal D:

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soavantgarde April 27 2019, 03:04:13 UTC
I’m halfway through the latest season and I don’t even want to bother finishing it now since it ends on a cliff hanger.

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b1gay4 April 27 2019, 05:04:47 UTC
this cliffhanger will ruin tv for me forever

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sallgoodman April 27 2019, 02:30:21 UTC
oddityangel April 27 2019, 02:33:11 UTC
From what I just read they planned it out for five seasons to tell the 'full story,' so they must have had an end in mind.

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sallgoodman April 27 2019, 02:36:33 UTC
callonme_84 April 27 2019, 05:10:29 UTC
see

The walking dead

Lol

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mayjailer April 27 2019, 02:30:38 UTC
fuck this

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