Netflix cleans up series: which productions are disappearing from your account this year

Netflix has entered treadmill cancellation fever, so many series are currently playing prohod. Here are all the Netflix Original series that have not been renewed in 2022.

After losing the largest number of accounts this year in its history, Netflix thought about doing a little more housekeeping, trying, at the same time, to reduce its costs.

Thus, several original productions have “drawn the short straw”, which seals their fate forever.

What series did Netflix cancel

With Julie Delpy, Elisabeth Shue, Sarah Jones and Alexia Landeau in the cast, the series On the Verge is one of those canceled by Netflix this year. The show’s cancellation caused quite a bit of uproar, especially among the creators, Delpy wrote on Instagram, “Netflix forgot to let us know the show was cancelled.”

Although quite popular with the public, Archive 81 also stops, despite being inspired by one of the most popular podcasts of all time, of the same name.

The Baby-Sitters Club is the second television series adaptation inspired by children’s novels written by Ann M. Martin. The series tackles the adventures of Kristy, Stacey, Mary Anne, Claudia, Dawn, Jessi and Mallory – while starting and running their own babysitting business. Of course, you won’t be able to watch this production on Netflix from now on.

Cooking with Paris also goes down in history, burying more and more the career of the famous Paris Hilton.

The following series suffered the same fate: Another Life, Raising Dion, Gentified or Pretty Smart.

Perhaps the most important series canceled by the streaming giant is Space Force, the “space” satire in which we can see in the main roles Greg Daniels and Steve Carell, known to the general public in The Office.

Marjorie N. McClure