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19 Cancelled Netflix Shows That Won’t be Back in 2023

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This year is coming to an end and 2023 is shaping up to be a massive year for Netflix subscribers with new seasons of Netflix hits.

Outer Banks, Bridgerton, Shadow and Bone, The Witcher, You, Virgin River, and Manifest are just a few of the many Netflix Originals set to return with new episodes next year with many Netflix Originals favorites coming as well!

Netflix shows canceled in 2022

The Baby-Sitters Club
Fate: The Winx Saga
The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself
Blockbuster
Cooking with Paris
Another Life
Archive 81
First Kill
Gentefied
On the Verge
Partner Track
Pretty Smart
The Imperfects
Resident Evil
Space Force
Warrior Nun
The Midnight Club
The Midnight Gospel
Raising Dion

In recent years Netflix has become a bit more generous with its renewals, Netflix continues to hand out just as many cancellations as it does renewals with 2022 bringing with it several shocking cancellations.

It was a particularly rough year for first-year seasons with a total of 12 Netflix shows getting canceled in 2022. Among the shows to end this year after just one season include Partner Track, Blockbuster, Resident Evil, First Kill, and The Midnight Club.

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