Netflix Quietly Cancels Its 23rd Show This Year, and Its Creator Isn’t Happy
Netflix cancels so many shows so regularly that it often doesn’t bother to relay the news to its customer base in an official capacity, but star and co-creator Celeste Barber is more than happy to let the world that she is. less than thrilled about it Wellmania getting the axe.
The Australian comedy-drama premiered in March this year for its only eight-episode season, following Barber’s New York-based food writer Liv Healy, who try different methods of healthy living in an effort. to advance her career after receiving a job opportunity that brings her home to Sydney.
It would be fair to say Wellmania she didn’t make much of a splash, but nevertheless Barber was caught off guard when it was cancelled, as she said Instagram.
“Netflix said it’s about numbers. Definitely. I thought he smashed it but I don’t understand how it works. Thank you for the love and support around the show. It was great fun, we had a great time and it was so well received. I’m sad that I can’t explore that great character of Liv Healy anymore, and I know a lot of you saw yourself in that character and wanted to see more, but this industry is kinda bullsh *t.”
That makes it the 23rd Netflix original series that has been canceled since the first day of January, and when you include the many shows that ended this year on their own terms as well, the platform keeps shedding content as that there is no one. business.
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