‘Warrior Nun’ Canceled: Netflix has decided not to move forward with a third season of the series starring Alba Baptista.
The The news was submitted by the deadline And she confirmed on social networking sites people associated with the series, including the Portuguese actress herself, who he wrote: “Working on ‘Warrior Nun’ was a very special chapter in my life. Thank you to the cast and crew for giving your all. Thank you to the fans who loved and supported us.”
The series creator (and also, among others, “Ghost Wars” and “Van Helsing”) responded: “I just learned that Netflix will not be renewing ‘Warrior Nun’ — my sincere thanks to all the fans who have worked so hard to bring attention to this show, and for the love they have.” Lee, the cast and the entire production team. It was such an honor to be a part of this.”
Netlix’s decision was heavily criticized, both in the responses section of the article and on social media, including on the platform’s accounts.
However, it was explained that it was picked up a month after the season 2 premiere on November 10 and after an evaluation of the relationship between audiences and costs.
Describing that a “small but enthusiastic fan base” helped the series get a second season, the truth is that it wasn’t enough for it to stand out among the masses: the new episodes spent just three weeks in Netflix’s Top 10 for English-language series, no higher than the spot. Fifth, totaling just over 65 million watch hours.
By comparison, a week later, the season 1 premiere, “1899,” clocked 79.27 million hours.
The streaming service is based on the comic book of the same name by Ben Dunn, originally published in 1994, and debuted in early July 2020, beating the daily top of the most watched content on the platform.
Warrior Nun, based on the books based on the manga, follows “the story of a 19-year-old girl who wakes up in a morgue with a new lease on life and a divine artifact wedged into her back.” “She discovers that she is now part of an ancient order tasked with battling demons on Earth, but is confronted by powerful forces from Heaven… and Hell,” Netflix explained at the time of release.
In an interview with Lusa Agency, in June 2020, Alba Baptista said that joining the series came with a stroke of luck, after her participation and distinction in 2018 at the European Translation Festival, in Ireland.
There he communicated with the casting directors and got a chance to introduce himself. She was chosen as the heroine of the series, which, according to her, combines fantasy, action, science fiction and humor and can serve both young people and adults.
In addition to Alba Baptista, Portuguese actor Joaquim de Almeida was also part of the cast, which also included, among others, Toya Turner, Tristan Ulloa, Thekla Ryoten, Cristina Tonteri Young, Lorena Andrea and Emilio Sacraia.
“Proud coffee junkie. Gamer. Hardcore introvert. Social media trailblazer.”