LOS GATOS, CALIFORNIA – “Warrior Nun” fans are urging Netflix to right their mistake by bringing the show back to the platform. “#NETFLIX CORRECT YOUR FEHLER” is trending on Twitter. The streaming giant canceled the show after two seasons despite it garnering a huge following.
The first season of Warrior Nun was released in November 2020. Meanwhile, the second season of Warrior Nun was released in November 2022. The series cast also included Alba Baptista, Kristina Tonteri-Young, Lorena Andrea, Toya Turner, Tristán Ulloa, Thekla Reuten, as well as Sylvia De Fanti and William Miller. Warrior Nun is based on the comic book character Warrior Nun Areala. Meanwhile, the show was executive produced by Stephen Hegyes and David Hayter, and Terri Hughes Burton was the co-executive producer.
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“You still have time to remedy the situation”
#NETFLIX CORRECT YOUR FEHLER was trending on Twitter and here are some reactions from Warrior Nun fans. One user said, “Don’t sacrifice quality for quantity @netflix NETFLIX CORRECT YOUR ERRORS #WarriorNun #SaveWarriorNun.” One fan said, “You still have time to fix @netflix, NETFLIX RECORECT YOUR ERRORS #SaveWarriorNun #WarriorNun.” Another added: “You know the drill NETFLIX CORRECT YOUR MISTAKE #SaveWarriorNun #WarriorNun.” you legend nuns #1, we’re coming soon!! #savewarriornun,” said one user. One comment read: “NETFLIX CORRECT YOUR MISTAKE. Look what you canceled. Look at that. #SaveWarriorNun #WarriorNun.”
Another fan tweeted, “Oops NETFLIX CORRECTS YOUR MISTAKE so I can stop killing my phone’s battery #SaveWarriorNun.” “To you and anyone else who has any role in the making of #WarriorNun #SaveWarriorNun,” wrote a user. Another user claimed, “Good night gays! We should all be proud of the progress we’ve made today! I love you all and being part of this fandom makes me so happy! One tweet read: “Bring back my nuns! NETFLIX CORRECT YOUR MISTAKE #SaveWarriorNun #WarriorNun.”
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