Netflix Claims They’ve “Never Cancelled Successful Show”, Internet Reacts

'That Gaslighting': Netflix CEO's claim the internet never canceled a hit show

In an interview, the co-CEOs of Netflix opened up about the platform’s decision-making process.

The CEO (CEO) of Netflix recently defended TV’s cancellation history and said the streaming giant has never “canceled a hit show.” In an interview with bloombergco-CEOs Ted Sarandos and Greg Peters opened up about the streaming platform’s decision-making process.

The executives were asked about their relationship with the creative community and viewer anger years after the early series ended. To this Mr. Sarandos replied, “We never cancel a hit show. A lot of these shows are well-intentioned but they speak to a very small audience on a very big budget.” He added, “The key to that is to be able to speak to a small audience on a small budget and a large audience on a big budget. If you do it well, you can do it forever.”

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While Mr. Sarandos didn’t elaborate on how Netflix measures the success of the show, his comments prompted several strongly worded responses online from fans of the canceled series and movies. Taking to Twitter, users have listed the names of various shows that have been canceled or removed from the streaming platform. Some even quoted Mr Sarandos and shared GIFs and clips from popular TV shows to express their anger.

“Netflix, you must be kidding,” one user wrote, “never cancel a hit show.” I don’t know a single person who can say that you haven’t canceled something that they really enjoy.”

Another said: “Netflix says they never cancel a hit show…

Echoing the same sentiment, a third user added, “Not Netflix lighting up the whole world claiming they never canceled a hit show.”

According to the tweets, the fan favorite shows that will be canceled are ‘The Babysitter’s Club, “The OA,” “The Glow,” “I’m Not Okay With This,” “Not Typical,” “Santa Clarita Diet”And The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.

Meanwhile, in the interview, the co-CEOs didn’t give away much about the specifics of the canceled series. However, they did talk about new monetization strategies being taken with the level of ad support after subscription losses in 2022.

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