Each Netflix show was canceled in 2021

Netflix is ​​still the undisputed king of streaming (for now), and 2021 was certainly a huge window of opportunity (and success) for the company. That said, it’s somewhat confusing to look back and know that Netflix either directly canceled or announced the end of no less than 19 TV shows in 2021! As you can see in the (comprehensive, but quick-reading) list below, while some of these “cancellations” were natural endings to some long-running series, Netflix also lowered its budget on a number of shows that had barely once had a chance to grow a audience!

Here are all Netflix shows that were canceled in 2021 (in alphabetical order):

#sortAF

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Black-like creator Kenya Barris could not translate this fictional version of his life into a hit show. #blackAF premiered on April 17, 2020, got another seasonal renewal in June 2020 – but got the renewal a year later when it was canceled.

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Binding

This edgy comedy about a psychology student working as a dominatrix at night debuted in 2019 and got two seasons before being canceled in July

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Castlevania

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Adi Shankar’s fierce horror-action-animated series based on the Nintendo game series released its fourth and final season in May 2021.

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The team

Kevin James tried to win similar gold as The King of Queens, but failed when his NASCAR comedy was canceled in July after its first season.

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Country Comfort

Katherine McPhee’s country singer-comedy series was cut in July after just 1 season.

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Cowboy Bebop

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The long-awaited adaptation of the iconic anime found an audience, but was apparently too expensive in production to settle for being a cult hit. It was cut in December (when it almost!).

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Cursed

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This prequel tale about the King Arthur legend (based on Sin City’s creator Frank Miller’s comic) was a breakout hit in 2020 – but apparently not enough of one, for it was canceled in July 2021.

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Dad Stop embarrassing me!

Fortunately, Jamie Foxx got his Marvel movie card renewed by Spider-Man: No Way Home – because his Netflix family sitcom crashed and burned and was canceled in June after just two months of release.

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Dash & Lily

This YA book series seemed like a potential hit as a streaming show – unfortunately it was not The Notebook success that Netflix was hoping for. Canceled in October after one season.

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The Duchess

This British comedy about a hard-drinking mother (Katherine Ryan) was canceled after a season in April.

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The great army

This drama about an elementary school in Brooklyn was cut in June after its freshman season.

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Hit & Run

Israeli star Lior Raz was hoping to make his next hit action-thriller series – but that did not happen when Netflix canceled the show in September after a season.

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The irregular ones

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This strange spin of the Sherlock Holmes story (about street children helping the detective solve crimes) was cut in May after its first season.

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Julie and the Phantoms

Fans held a hopeful campaign to save this rock-glam supernatural series (about a teen singer who has three ghosts of 90s rockers as her muses) for more than a year before it was canceled in December.

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Jupiter’s inheritance

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Kick ass creator Mark Millar’s long awaited superhero drama was supposed to be the launch of an entire “Millarworld” franchise on Netflix – but instead it seemed to be the one superhero show in 2021 that could not fly (see instead: The boys, invincible, Marvel Disney +). Silver lining: Netflix will develop a spinoff called Supercrooks about the villainous side of the series.

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The last kingdom

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Netflix announced in April that this hit series would end with the upcoming season 5. BUT, it’s getting a movie too!

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Sir. Churches

Comedian Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias got 2 seasons out of this sitcom about him as a funny history teacher before the ax fell in July.

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Particular

This semi-autobiographical drama from Ryan O’Connell had two seasons (with extended episodes in the second season) before ending on May 20, 2021.

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Zero Chill

This British teen drama about Canadian twins (and winter sports athletes) moving to England was canceled in November after a season.

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