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Are Your Favorite Netflix Shows Coming Back?

American Vandal – Ended

True crime TV has gained a lot of steam, and American Vandal was one of the biggest when it came out. Unfortunately, it wasn’t good enough for Netflix to keep it. It was canceled after just two seasons. Many fans contribute this to the fact that the second season just wasn’t as good as the first.

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Russian Doll – Renewed

This Groundhog-Day-esque show was a major hit with fans, especially since it starred the charming Natasha Lyonne. Thankfully, this one isn’t going anywhere yet. It was officially renewed early 2019, and the new season is expected to have eight episodes. A release date hasn’t been announced yet.

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Stranger Things – TBD

Every time a new season of Stranger Things releases, there’s a lot of buzz. Season three left a lot of questions, so we all want to know when the fourth is coming. Netflix hasn’t announced officially announced the fourth season, but we’re betting they won’t let this one go. We’re gonna go as far as to say that the fourth season will arrive late 2020 at the earliest.

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The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – Ending

The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has received a lot of praise, including 18 Primetime Emmy nominations. Season four was the last “official” season, although Netflix is bringing back everyone for an interactive special. It’s set to debut in 2020. 

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The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Spellman – Renewed

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Spellman did so well that the series was renewed for a third and fourth season! This show isn’t going anywhere. Season three could be available as early as October, but it could release a little later. Netflix sure does love it’s Halloween releases!

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Master of None – TBD

This one is up in the air. After Aziz Ansari’s bad publicity, Master of None was put on hold. Prior to all the headlines, he considered a third season, but not immediately. Considering Netflix’s response to other similar situations (The Ranch with Danny Masterson being one of them), we’re guessing this one is over.

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13 Reasons Why – Renewed

Few series are as controversial as 13 Reasons Why. Despite the recent headlines that stated the show could be the cause of a rise in teen depression, the series is going strong. Season three recently released, and season four has already been confirmed. The release date is currently unknown.

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GLOW – TBD

GLOW’s third season released in August 2019, so there hasn’t been a lot of news about season four. It all depends on how well the show is received. Everyone involved in the series wants there to be a fourth season, so we’ll just have to keep our eyes and ears open. If the show is renewed, the new season won’t come until late 2020 at the earliest.

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BoJack Horseman – Renewed

It’s been almost a year since we’ve seen a new season of BoJack Horseman. Season six will be dropping any minute now. Will Arnett stated in May that they were “close to being done,” so you’ll probably see the newest season end of 2019. If the season does well, we’ll probably see a seventh season, as well. 

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The Umbrella Academy – Renewed

The Umbrella Academy blew audiences and critics away. After it drew 45 million viewers in the first month, Netflix was hot to renew it. Filming for the second season began on June 2019, so season two won’t be arriving until early-to-mid 2020. It’ll feature 10 hour-long episodes. 

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Orange is the New Black – Ending

Orange is the New Black had a good run. It had a total of seven seasons, but the lovely ladies of Litchfield will see their end. By that, we mean that the finale will wrap up every character’s story arc. The seventh season released on July 26th, 2019 and is available now. 

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Lucifer – Ending

Lucifer was canceled, but Netflix was there to pick it up. The streaming service gave Lucifer another two seasons to wrap up the story. Cast members have posted on social media that season five has begun shooting, so we’re betting the newest episodes won’t debut until mid-2020 at the earliest. The best thing about this season is that there will be 16 episodes instead of 10!

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Marvel’s Daredevil – Canceled

Since Disney split off to create their own streaming service, Netflix lost all its Marvel content. This meant Daredevil went along with it. Disney could always resurrect the shows, but we’re guessing it won’t happen any time soon. They’ve created their own TV shows with big-hit characters like Loki and Bucky Barnes aka the Winter Soldier.

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Big Mouth – Renewed

Big Mouth is sticking around! Netflix loves its animated series, and this one was renewed for three more seasons. Season four will release on October 4th, 2019. Season five and six don’t currently have a release date, naturally, but they’ll likely release around the same time in 2020 and 2021.

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Sense8 – Canceled

Sense8 had a diehard fanbase, but it wasn’t enough. After just two seasons, the show was canceled. After a petition to bring the show back, Netflix commissioned a two-hour series finale that would answer fans’ burning questions. 

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Mindhunter – TBD

Mindhunter season two just released, and there hasn’t been any news about season three just yet. That being said, Netflix would be foolish not to bring it on for another season. The renewal hasn’t been announced, but it’s coming. We’re betting money on it.

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The Crown – Renewed

Season three is just around the corner (November 17th), but what about season four? With the success of the show, Netflix is naturally going to let the show continue to a fourth season. Casting has already begun, with Gillian Anderson to play Margaret Thatcher.

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Luke Cage – Canceled

Luke Cage was another series that was canceled after Disney decided to start their own streaming service. Like the other series, there’s been no news on whether or not Disney will revive the series or if it’s gone forever.

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You – Renewed

You is one of the creepiest shows on Netflix, and fans loved it. You will be returning for a second season on December 28th, 2019. Get ready for Joe to do some really messed up stuff!

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Ozark – Renewed

Season three of Ozark is definitely coming, but we want to know when! Unfortunately, we don’t have an exact release date. Season two released in August 2018, and production for the third season began on May 2019. All this means that we probably won’t see the newest season until 2020. 

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A Series of Unfortunate Events – TBD

Season three of A Series of Unfortunate Events hit January 2019, and that brought the series up to date with the books. Because of this, the series is likely over. Netflix hasn’t announced one way or another, but it’s unlikely it’ll spend resources on the show. However, a spin-off could always work!

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The Haunting of Hill House – Renewed

The Haunting of Hill House did extremely well. Fans were glued to the screen with every twist and turn. The good news is that Netflix signed a multi-year deal, so season two is already on its way! The second won’t feature the Crains, but it’ll surely be just as terrifyingly good. There isn’t an exact debut date, but it’ll be sometime in 2020.

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The Punisher – Canceled

The Punisher was another series that got canceled when Disney pulled all of its Marvel content. Some fans were angry, but few were more furious than Eminem, who tweeted at Netflix complaining about them giving it the ax. Actor Royce Johnson came out as saying Marvel could revamp the show and bring it back in one form or another.

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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance – TBD

Didn’t this series just come out? Yes, it did. Regardless, Netflix is keeping a keen eye on the series to see if it could become something more. The show leaves things open for a second season, and the director has also hinted at Netflix wanting to see how the first season does before committing to a second. 

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Altered Carbon – Renewed

Altered Carbon was so good that Netflix renewed it almost immediately. The author of the original series stated that if “all goes well” the show could run for five seasons. Shooting for the new season began in February 2019, so we could see season two as early as February 2020.

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Santa Clarita Diet – Canceled

This is a sad one. Santa Clarita Diet was a breath of fresh air, so it’ll be missed. Fans and critics adored the series, so why was it axed? Netflix doesn’t release viewership data, so we’ll never know. Some sources have stated that it’s because the show didn’t make as money as hoped.

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Grace and Frankie – Ending

Early September, Netflix announced that season six of Grace and Frankie would release in January 2020. Along with that, Netflix stated that season seven would be the final in the series. This makes Grace and Frankie the longest-running original series with a total of 94 episodes. Way to go, ladies!

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Fuller House – Ending

Fuller House was fun, but all good things must come to an end. The fifth and final season will be premiering autumn 2019. We’ll get the answers to some burning questions, and we’ll also get a chance to say goodbye to everyone.

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The OA – Canceled

The OA was one of the best and most exciting shows on Netflix, but that didn’t save it from being canceled. Fans attempted to raise it from the dead, but Netflix refused to change their mind. This leaves fans with tons of unanswered questions, unfortunately.

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Black Mirror – TBD

We’d be shocked if Netflix didn’t renew Black Mirror. The series continually makes headlines, most recently due to the interactive content from Bandersnatch. The good news is that if Netflix foolishly ends the show, we won’t be left with tons and tons of burning questions. Plus, there’s always the possibility for spin-offs.

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