Warrior Nun was dropped by Netflix after two seasons, and now the show’s followers are asking that the streaming service make it right.

The Warrior Nun fandom is one of many that have been scorned, but it is without a doubt the most steadfast in informing the powers that be of their displeasure.

The phrase “NETFLIX CORRECT YOUR MISTAKE” has been trending in six figures on Twitter for nearly half of the day as a result of their most recent, presumably concerted campaign, as per wevegotitcovered.com . 

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The Last of Us is currently the most talked-about show on television, which is an objectively astounding performance given that a fan effort to revive a cancelled Netflix series is currently drawing approximately a fourth of the traffic as The Last of Us.

Although the social media campaign to revive Warrior Nun has its ups and downs, it frequently overlaps with the most popular subjects trending on the internet. The campaign seemed to take on fresh life when series star Alba Baptista briefly returned to Twitter to show her appreciation for her followers:

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After 1899’s showrunners announced its canceelled recently, the fanbase contacted them. There have been petitions that have amassed tens of thousands of signatures in addition to the social media outcry.

The American fantasy drama television series Warrior Nun, created by Simon Barry, is based on Ben Dunn’s Warrior Nun Areala from the comic books. It centers around Ava Silva, a 19-year-old who discovered herself in a mortuary and is now a member of the historic Order of the Cruciform Sword. Strong forces from both heaven and hell are after her because she battles demons on Earth.

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The first season of the show premiered on July 2, 2020. It went over well. This prompted the platform to order a second season of the show.

The show stars Alba Baptista, Toya Turner, Lorena Andrea, Kristina Tonteri-Young, Tristán Ulloa, Thekla Reuten, Emilio Sakraya, May Simón Lifschitz, Charlotte Vega, Dimitri Abold, Peter de Jersey, with William Miller, Tristán Ulloa, Thekla Reuten, Lorena Andrea, Kristina Tonteri-Young, Olivia Delcán