Streaming service Netflix (NFLX) – Get Free Report has garnered a reputation as a killjoy. No, we’re not talking about the whole password-sharing debacle — which, despite the grief, gave the company’s subscriber base a good boost. No, this problem is older than the password-sharing debate.
Over the years, several shows with devoted fan followings have been unceremoniously canceled. As far as fans are concerned, what’s the point of all this original content if your new favorite show just gets the axe? That’s the question fans of the series ‘Warrior Nun’ asked — loudly enough to get an answer.
After two seasons, ‘Warrior Nun’ was one of many beloved shows to be canned. But the fans were able to resurrect the series — without the involvement of Netflix, according to Deadline.
“I am very happy to announce that Warrior Nun is coming back as a trilogy of motion pictures,” wrote executive producer Dead English in a statement published on the show’s website. “Once again, a trilogy of feature films. Three.”
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English went on to say that the WGA-SAG strikes mean that he can’t reveal all the details of the series’ resurrection, but he indicated that the new production will involve the establishment of a universe — opening up possibilities for spinoffs.
The show’s salvation is being credited to fans, who have passionately kept the #saveWarriorNun campaign up and thriving. In addition to slews of tweets, the fanbase has taken on some pretty hilarious antics to get Netflix’s attention — including taking out a billboard just across the street from the streaming network’s home office advocating for the return of the show.
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