Summary SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY SCROLL TO CONTINUE WITH CONTENT Netflix has become notorious in recent years for canceling shows too early, with many intriguing fantasy projects called off after only one or two seasons. There was a time when Netflix ruled the streaming world without serious competition. It was the first platform to take off, and it’s the only one that’s truly entered the vernacular as its own entity more well-known than the other services.
9 The Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance (2019) Canceled after season 1 Recent years haven’t been kind to animated TV projects, and the well-received sequel to Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal was sadly no exception. Netflix’s animated fantasy series had an unbelievable voice-acting cast, including Mark Hamill, Taron Edgerton, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Lena Headey. The series was made with kids in mind, but the Skeksis were a bit terrifying in both the film and the Netflix show.
7 1899 (2022) Canceled after season 1 1899 is a more adult series in comparison to many of the supernatural fantasy shows to be canceled. From the creators of Dark, the show’s mysteries and various alluring characters reminded viewers of Lost. The first season was captivating and showed promise of a continuous mystery fans could theory-craft about, even leaving viewers with a shocking cliffhanger ending. Unfortunately, 1899 was canceled shortly after its release. headtopics.com
5 The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself (2022) Canceled after season 1 Based on the Half-Bad books by Sally Green, The Bastard Son & the Devil Himself was another teenage supernatural series that ended far too soon. The series ran for one season in 2022 and earned a positive reception from fans and critics, following the character Nathan in a coming-of-age tale as travels through Europe amid a conflict between witches.
3 The Irregulars (2021) Canceled after season 1 The Irregulars was a supernatural mystery series heavily inspired by Sherlock Holmes. The Victorian Gothic aesthetic created an original vibe for the series, distinguishing it from the other Netflix series with similar premises. The Irregulars was canceled without any specific reasoning, though the show’s discontinuation didn’t spark as much of an uproar because the first season had a conclusive ending. headtopics.com