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    You just have to wonder for Netflix to cancel one of their prestige shows and have them bringing up ratings as one of the reasons. Just how few people were watching?

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    You just have to wonder for Netflix to cancel one of their prestige shows and have them bringing up ratings as one of the reasons. Just how few people were watching?

    I honestly don’t think it was truly about how few people were watching. A LOT of people were watching, as evidenced by the fact that it was trending ABOVE the new Avengers movie on Twitter. I think that Netflix doesn’t want shows that aren’t produced by their own company, and they just used the ratings as an excuse.

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    This is a classic case where Emmys could have help the show to survive.

    Stupid voters ignored it when last year should have been nodded for series, writing (finale), actress and supporting actress.

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    Netflix should have renewed One Day at a Time for at least one more season.

    Has anyone read into the business model for Netflix? It seems like some shows, which still have life in them, get cut too soon.

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    Has anyone read into the business model for Netflix? It seems like some shows, which still have life in them, get cut too soon.

    The audience was very low. The same was probably the case last year too, but they renewed it anyways, hoping things will turn around. Since we don’t have ratings, we believe something is popular just because social media is usually very hyped about it. They spend much more on crap which is actually more watched, so no sense in keeping the show.

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