Netflix budget is about $ 17 billion (about 340,000 million pesos) a year To produce original content.
However, sometimes this is not enough or the productions are not successful enough to continue, such as This is the case of four comedy series to be closed by streaming platform.
— SensaCine (@SensaCine) 3 July 2021
series which Premiered by Writer Doyle in 2019.
in the program, A psychology student (Zoe Levine) hires a gay friend from high school (Brendan Scanner) to be your assistant.
Assignment or Project was canceled after two seasons.
— Crossover D Series (@CrossoverSerie) 3 July 2021
Clearly inspired by the classic ‘The Nanny’ series, It had a producer (Peter Marc Jacobson) as executive producer.
Bailey (Katherine McPhee), An aspiring country singer in her thirties, just arrived to work as a babysitter The son of a wealthy widower with a farm (Ed Cibrian).
failed to pass first 10 chapters.
When a company likes Netflix and allocates $17 billion annually to the production of content, it also means that decisions have to be made.
— La Vanguardia (@LaVanguardia) 5 July 2021
Maybe Lowest-cost series among cancellations, was supported by Gabriel Iglesias, a Hispanic comedian, who was brought in to attract a more Latino audience to the sitcom.
Netflix still interested in working with Iglesias But it will not happen in the canceled production.
— Maria Helena Freitas (@helenafreitasR) 3 July 2021
Perhaps the biggest surprise on the list, “The Crew” It featured the participation of Kevin James, the master of comedy, A story about a Nascar team occupies the first 10 chapters.
could not succeed Expected by Netflix, quoting mediotiempo.com.