Netflix axes ANOTHER beloved series – leaving fans devastated

NETFLIX has announced it is axing ANOTHER beloved series after a single season – much to the disappointment of all its fans.

Viewers found out about the news via a thread on the show creator's Instagram, as the streaming service failed to make the announcement.

Netflix launched On The Verge – a drama comedy series following four women in their 40s in LA – just last September with its first season.

However, it seems that the streaming service and its producer Canal+ has already ruled out any further seasons of the show.

Creator and star Julie Delpy said that it had been "cancelled" but Netflix had "forgotten to announce it" to fans.

The series followed actress Julie, 52, Elisabeth Shue, Sarah Jones and Alexia Landeau as four women mourning their youth.


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Provided with an opportunity for a personal reinvention, the middle-aged women jump at the chance to finally live their dream lives.

The LA-based series debuted its first 12 episodes last autumn, and was met with mixed reviews from critics and viewers alike.

However, despite many women enjoying the drama – Netflix decided not to renew the show for its anticipated second season.

A fan had asked Julie: "Any news when you're filming season 2?", to which she replied: "Cancelled but they forgot to announce it was."

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Fans immediately flooded the comments to note how "sad" they were that Netflix had made the decision, and not announced it publicly.

"Devastated," one wrote, as a second chimed in: "This is such sad news but thank you for letting your fans know."

Meanwhile, Netflix has teased the second season of one of its other much-loved drama series: Russian Doll.

The trailer dropped on April 7, 2022, sending fans into a frenzy after a two-year wait.

The cast is led by Orange Is the New Black alum Natasha Lyonne, who portrays the role of Nadia.

Season 1 ended with Nadia and Alan being able to stop the loop of dying and coming back which led to a true connection.

However, according to the trailer, the two have now found “something worse than death” in a New York City subway that takes them back to the 1980s.

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“I broke time," Nadia says in the trailer, revealing that she is a "time prisoner."

In season 2, Nadia and Alan will now be “delving deeper into their pasts” through the subway time portal for an “ever-expanding, era-spanning, intergenerational adventure," according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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