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‘Warrior Nun’ was (mysteriously) saved after Netflix’s cancellation, and the rabid fandom is thrilled

‘Warrior Nun’ was (mysteriously) saved after Netflix’s cancellation, and the rabid fandom is thrilled

After Zack Snyder’s loyalists successfully lobbied HBO Max for a Justice League do it again, fandoms certainly felt emboldened to ask for the same (and more). This was the case when Netflix – which infamously resurrected shows like Lucifer And Manifest – decided to cancel warrior nun after two seasons. The show was a pleasant enough undertaking, and I enjoyed that the first season wasn’t just more than just warrior and nun, but included a more complex twist than usual on the theme of coming of age. .

The show generated an enthusiastic fandom, although it apparently wasn’t a big enough hit for Netflix, which has been tightening its portfolio in recent years. It may break viewers’ hearts, which I understand because I’m that person who couldn’t resist teasing Darren Star about the cliffhanger ending of Models Inc. while the poor man only expected to discuss Emily in Paris.

However, those warrior nun fans were even more dedicated, too tweet reviews who reviewed the first season but not the second outing of the show. They also, for some reason, asked Kelly Clarkson to help save Ben Dunn’s manga-style adaptation. Warrior Nuns Zone comic.

Now something has happened, although the details are not clear. warrior nun creator Simon Barry teased some good news on Twitterwhere he revealed that “thanks to your combined voices, your passion and your incredible efforts”, warrior nun “will return”, although he did not say where it is.

So, is this happening on Netflix or another streaming service? Barry didn’t elaborate, but nonetheless, the fandom is pumped. Congratulations to them.

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