‘Girlboss’ Season 2 Won’t Be Aired, Netflix Cancelled Series After Season 1

New reports suggest that ‘Girlboss’ season 2 has been cancelled by Netflix. The American comedy web television series created by Kay Cannon aired its first episode on April 21 this year and earned fair reviews from the critics. Previously, Netflix also cancelled shows like ‘Bloodline,’ ‘Sense8’ and ‘The Get Down.’

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The cancellation of ‘Girlboss’ season 2 was announced by the series’ one of the executive producers, Sophia Amoruso over Instagram recently. “So that Netflix series about my life got canceled. While I’m proud of the work we did, I’m looking forward to controlling my narrative from here on out,” Sophia wrote, The Verge also confirmed.

In April, the viewers of ‘Girlboss’ were highly eager to know if the series would be continued for season 2 at least. While trying to solve fans’ curiosity, Movie Pilot posted that there was a high possibility that the renewal of Netflix’s series would be accomplished for at least another season.

The experts these days believe that some other Netflix’s shows are also in danger of cancellation. Although there is no direct indication on any show, the continuous cancelling of series (as mentioned above like ‘Sense 8,’ ‘Bloodline’ and ‘The Get Down’) have worried fans across the globe. The other cancelled shows were highly exciting projects and their viewer ratings were amazing. But their huge budget was certainly the reason to receive an end after short runs.

Netflix’s cancellation of ‘Girlboss’ season 2 has raised many questions. The streaming giant is a spree to cut down the number of its original series in 2017, mainly those series that are expensive to produce but do not get the adequate audience. “A big expensive show for a huge audience is great. A big, expensive show for a tiny audience is hard even in our model to make that work very long,” Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer of Netflix opined while announcing the cancellation of ‘Sense8’ and ‘The Get Down.’