We could talk about the best Netflix movies in 2021, or better yet, about the 40 best Netflix series this 2021 that is coming to an end. In doing so, we have no doubt that we can say that this year has been, for the umpteenth time in a row, a complete success for the company with the big red N that sees its audience and number of subscribers increasing every year around of the world. After all, it has been the year in which he has released two of his most successful films such as ‘Don’t look up’ or ‘Red alert’. As for series, although we are still waiting for the return of ‘Stranger Things’, ‘The Witcher’ have returned with its season 2 or ‘Sex Education’ with its third season. Not only that, but they have released a series that broke all records in its day such as ‘The Bridgertons’ or a miniseries as acclaimed as ‘The maid’, which it surpassed in visits to ‘Lady’s Gambit’. And none of that is comparable to the earthquake that has formed ‘The Squid Game’, a Korean series that seems to have broken boundaries equal to or more than what ‘Parasites’ achieved at the Oscars.

But Netflix premieres week after week, and many things at the same time. There are interesting products that get lost in the crowd and never find their audience. Others, although as advertised as expected, end up being a disaster that not even the Netflix effect, which supports many mediocre series for sheer muscle, is capable of maintaining. Yes, we talk about things like the live-action ‘Cowboy Bebop’ or the superhero blockbuster ‘Jupiter’s Legacy’. They are the cross of the face that, almost always, Netflix’s turn. Products that disappear from its grid, canceled, hidden, forgotten, sent with a direct ticket to the cemetery of the streaming platform along with the intrigues of those fans who will never see the final outcome. This is the life of the series, risky.

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You might find out about some of these cancellations at the time, there are probably several series that you don’t even know about. Be that as it may, these are the 19 series that Netflix has canceled which guillotine in the French Revolution this year 2021.

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Cowboy bebop

The long-awaited Live-Action version of the mythical spirit came with the hope of succeeding where so many failed. The critics did not take in saying that this time it was not either in which an anime happened with success of animation to Live-Action.

Canceled after 1 season and 10 episodes.



Ryan O’Connel starred in this drama that centered a gay character with cerebral palsy.

Canceled after 2 seasons and 16 episodes.



The anime adaptation of the legendary video game saga has been a success, but Netflix prefers to take the world elsewhere and, although it will continue with the universe, it has ended the series.

Canceled after 4 seasons and 32 episodes.



Kenya Barris and Rashida Jones were married in this heir to ‘Black-ish’ comedy.

Canceled after 1 season and 8 episodes.


Dad, cut yourself a little!

Sasha Dixon and Jamie Foxx were the father-daughter duo in this comedy that never really got off the ground.

Canceled after 1 season and 8 episodes.


Great army

Located in a Brooklyn high school, the public did not get to connect with the young problems of its teenage protagonists.

Canceled after 1 season and 9 episodes.


The irregular ones

Set in Victorian England and with the legend Sherlock Holmes in the background, it followed a group of young people solving crimes.

Canceled after 1 season and 8 episodes.


The last kingdom

Great historical drama packed with spectacular battles between the Vikings and the Anglo-Saxons. Netflix took over from the BBC after season 3 and has already declared its end.

Canceled after 5 seasons and 46 episodes.


The marquesse

Katherine Ryan is a single mother in this English comedy.

Canceled after 1 season and 6 episodes.


Comfort in the field

Unofficial copy of ‘Ana y los 7’ in which a Country singer becomes a babysitter to help a single father.

Canceled after 1 season and 10 episodes.


In the boxes

Looking to continue the success of the CBS sitcom ‘The King of Queens’, Kevin James switched his racing garage to Netflix, but the thing was already sold out.

Canceled after 1 season and 10 episodes.



Always among Netflix’s most eye-catching offerings, this comedy tells the story of a psychology student by day and a dominatrix by night.

Canceled after 2 seasons and 15 episodes.


Mr. Iglesias

Stand-up comedian Gabriel ‘Fluffy’ Iglesias became a history teacher in this comedy.

Canceled after 2 seasons and 21 episodes.



Another very ambitious fantastic proposal from Netflix where the legend of King Arthur was feminized through the figure of the lady of the lake and the star of ‘For 13 reasons’, Katherine Langford.

Canceled after 1 season and 10 episodes.


Dash and lily

Austin Abrams and Midori Francis were the stars of this teenage romantic comedy that adapted the books by Rachel Chon and David Levithan.

Canceled after 1 season and 8 episodes.


Dreams on ice

British drama centered on two twins, one dedicated to figure skating and the other to hockey, who move from Canada to England.

Canceled after 1 season and 10 episodes.


Julie and the ghosts

Remake of a Brazilian comedy that mixes musical and supernatural with the story of a girl who sings in a group made up of ghosts of musicians from the 90s.

Canceled after 1 season and 8 episodes.

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