Netflix will cancel more series; see if your favorite is threatened

Recently, cancellations of “Sense8” e “The Get Down” They generated some outrage among fans of the series.
28/06/2017 16h03 - Updated 28/06/2017 16h03
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After “Sense8” e “The Get Down”, another original series Netflix still ended up being discontinued in early stage. Now it was the turn of “Girlboss”, a comedy inspired by Sophia Amoruso's autobiography with Britt Robertson actress in the lead role.

The difference, according to Deadline, is that “Girlboss” from the beginning it had trouble attracting a dedicated public. The movie review site Rotten Tomatoes, for example, It gives only a series score 32%, which is well below the original comedies produced by streaming service, as “Grace & Frankie” e “Masters of None”.

One reason for this may have been just the main character, Sophia, a young rebel who creates a successful business selling used clothing on the Internet. During a conference in February, screenwriter and executive producer of the series, Kay Cannon, He commented that, although Netflix did not have any problem with having a main female character, they were “creating a series in which the main character may be unpleasant”.

Recently, cancellations of “Sense8” e “The Get Down” They generated some outrage among fans of the series, prompting top executives from Netflix to manifest on the situation. E, basically, the reason for the cancellation was low ratings in relation to how much they cost series.

“Sense8”, who had stories in eight different locations around the world, was a very expensive series to produce; “The Get Down”, in turn, at a cost of more than US $ 120 million only for his first season, and was the most expensive series that Netflix has produced. According to Engadget, “Orange is the new Black” attracted five times more audience “The Get Down”, and cost far less.

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