Entertainment NewsNetflix Cancels 'Warrior Nun' After Two Seasons

Netflix Cancels ‘Warrior Nun’ After Two Seasons

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Netflix has sorrowfully announced the end of its beloved series, ‘Warrior Nun,’ after two seasons.

After its second season, Variety confirms, Netflix abruptly ended the popular series “Warrior Nun.”

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Just over a month after its second season was released on Netflix, the fantasy action series has been renewed for another installment. The first season premiered in July 2020, and the renewal announcement came in August.

Ava Baptista brings the comic book character Warrior Nun Areala, created by Ben Dunn, to life in “Warrior Nun.” The series follows Ava Silva’s adventure after an ancient artifact is embedded into her back, thrusting her into a hidden world of powerful nuns known as the Order of the Cruciform Sword. Together they battle demons and otherworldly forces that threaten Earth.

The series’s stellar cast included Toya Turner, Sylvia De Fanti, Lorena Andrea, Kristina Tonteri-Young, and Olivia Delcan, in addition to Baptista.

Simon Barry crafted the series for television, assuming executive producing and show-running responsibilities. Stephen Hegyes, David Hayter, and Amy Berg were all credited as executive producers, with Terri Hughes Burton occupying a co-executive producer role.

Netflix reported that the series’ second season was in their top 10 for three consecutive weeks. It had an impressive start, garnering 26.22 million views during its first week before breaking records with 27.74 million hours viewed in its second week! Unfortunately, viewership declined to 11.97 million by the third but still held firm at number nine–until it eventually dropped off entirely from Netflix’s rankings list. Despite these impressive numbers, securing the series another season wasn’t enough.

Deadline announced cancellation first.

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