Reportedly cancelled Netflix shows in 2022


So yet, no Netflix series have been cancelled for 2022.

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Despite the company’s reputation for swiping the axe with no compassion, Netflix continues to grow in popularity. Consequently, Netflix customers have learnt to avoid becoming emotionally invested in their favourite series because of the threat of an abrupt termination.

With a slew of original programmes already confirmed for production, the world’s largest streaming service in 2022 shows no signs of relinquishing its stellar reputation. More worrisome, several of these series were only given one season to develop a following. Several of these shows even made Netflix’s most-watched lists.


When it comes to Netflix, we aren’t quite sure what it takes to succeed. An uncertain fate hangs over shows that don’t achieve cult status like Stranger Things (or Bridgerton) or The Witcher (or both).

If you’re curious about what Netflix cancelled in 2022 so far, here’s a list of all the programmes that have been removed off the service.

On The Verge

This time Netflix revealed a show’s termination through a remark made by the show’s creator on a separate Instagram post. “Cancelled, but they neglected to mention it was cancelled,” Julie Delpy, who also plays in On the Verge, said when asked when season two will premiere.

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An episode of On the Verge followed four middle-aged women as they struggled with job, relationships, and midlife crises. Netflix and StudioCanal collaborated on the programme, which also featured Elisabeth Shue, Sarah Jones, Alexia Landeau, and Giovanni Ribisi, among others. It only lasts for one season, which consists of 12 episodes.

Archive 81 

Fans of Archive 81, Netflix’s one-season spooky series, will not be able to explore the series’ secrets any further. Out of the gate, it has received positive reviews for being based on a popular podcast of the same name. Archive 81 has already been cancelled by Netflix, despite the fact that the programme has already been given a second opportunity to acquire a larger audience.

Season one finished with a cliffhanger that now looks to be unsolved, making this even more difficult to accept. The most heartbreaking of all the Netflix cancellations was, without a doubt, this one.


The Baby-Sitters Club

Netflix’s modern-day version of Ann M. Martin’s renowned children’s book series has lasted longer than HBO’s 1990 effort, which should give viewers some peace of mind. Even though Rotten Tomatoes gave The Baby-Sitters Club a flawless score of 100 percent, the show was cancelled after just two seasons.

In the imaginary town of Stoneybrook, Connecticut, where the programme is based, five eighth-graders decide to establish their own babysitting service. Even if there won’t be any new episodes, this adorable series is still worth viewing since it’s full of positive optimism, something we could all need right now.


According to Netflix’s cancellation policy for 2022, the first programme to be terminated is Gentefied. Produced by America Ferrera (well known for Ugly Betty), the half-hour comedy-drama focused on three Mexican American cousins living in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles. Many real-world topics were addressed in a humorous and open manner, including immigration, divorce, and gentrification. Despite favourable reviews, this film failed to pique the interest of audiences.

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“We have to reconsider how we appreciate” this kind of “revolutionary art,” Linda Yvette Chávez said in an open letter to admirers. We can’t use metrics and algorithms to quantify the genuine effect of what we achieved here,” she says. It’s impossible to argue with this assertion.

Cooking with Paris 

Cooking with Paris was axed by Netflix after just six episodes, which isn’t as bad as some of the other shows that were axed. A typical culinary programme presented by Paris Hilton is all you need to know about this one, based on the title.

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Nailed It! and Is It Cake? are two of Netflix’s most popular cutlery shows. Kim Kardashian West, Saweeti and Demi Lovato weren’t even able to bring in viewers for this season. Cooking with Paris seems to be one of those recipes that simply doesn’t work. Because of its dismal critical reception, it’s safe to assume that this programme will not be renewed for a second season.


Another Life  

As the first season of Another Life shown, reviewers and audiences don’t always agree. Rotten Tomatoes gave the science fiction programme a dismal 6 percent approval rating, while Netflix customers gave it a considerably more favourable score of 69 percent. Niko Breckinridge’s (Katee Sackhoff) third voyage to the International Space Station has been cancelled by Netflix due to a lack of interest from viewers.

This one seemed inescapable, to be honest. As a high-budget visual effects-heavy production, Another Life hardly appeared on Netflix’s most-watched list in its second season, which is a telltale indicator of an underperforming programme. Another Life’s third season has yet to be announced. Go watch The Expanse instead, which has six seasons on Netflix.

Netflix series that will end in 2022

Grace and Frankie 

On April 29, Netflix will conclude the seven-season run of Grace and Frankie with a dozen new episodes. This marks the end of an era for the streaming giant. For any TV programme, a seven-season run is impressive, but for a Netflix original, it’s almost unheard of. However, admirers are anxiously anticipating their last opportunity to bid farewell to these cherished elderly birds, which have been postponed due to a Covid-19 manufacturing issue.

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Originally streaming on Netflix in 2015, Grace and Frankie follows two women whose husbands have abandoned them to marry one other. Among the cast members are Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Martin Sheen, and Sam Waterson, who portray the characters of their former spouses in the programme. However, fans were given plenty of time with Grace and Frankie before saying goodbye, which was appreciated by the show’s creator Marta Kauffman despite her sadness with Netflix’s decision.

Locke & Key

For the first time, Netflix and the show’s creative team have come to an agreement to conclude Locke & Key after three seasons. According to showrunners Carlton Cuse & Meredith Averill, the programme had always been intended to continue for three seasons. They also expressed gratitude for the chance to portray the “amazing narrative” of Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez “the way we wanted”

They are the Locke siblings, who return back to the family house in the aftermath of their father’s death in the supernatural thriller series As soon as they arrive, they learn that the estate is full of paranormal mysteries, including a pair of powerful magical keys. The third and final season of the programme will be published this year.



There’s a decent chance Netflix wishes Ozark hadn’t been cancelled. On its own terms, the last season of the Jason Bateman and Laura Linney-led drama is coming to a close. Chris Mundy, the show’s executive producer, has said that the four-season milestone was the ideal moment for everyone involved, including the show’s star, Jason Bateman. Entertainment Weekly said that this last point is intended to ensure that the group has not overstayed its welcome (opens in new tab).

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The Byrde family has a chance to escape their local mafia woes in the second part of the season, but there’s at least one catch. On April 29, Ozark season 4 part 2 will conclude and bring the series to a finish.


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