Fans of Netflix’s drama series, “Warrior Nun,” have called for AppleTV+ to save the show after its cancellation after just two seasons, according to a CBR report. Maybe Apple should take things a step further.
In a 2013 article for Pajiba in the long ago days of 2013, Steve Lloyd Wilson said that Netflix could democratize television by becoming the “white knight” that rescues beloved TV series canned by the networks. But why not Apple instead?
Netflix got tons of publicity — and accolades — for its revival of the short-lived-but-critically-acclaimed comedy, “Arrested Development” and, later, “Manifest.” Folks were hoping that Netflix would revive other shows that died before their time. It hasn’t, though it has saved some shows canceled by the networks, such as “Designated Survivor.”
Here’s Wilson’s clever proposal: Netflix should form a little working group of accountants, lawyers, pollsters, and maybe even an entertainment expert or two. Then this group should make a list of every television show cancelled in the last decade, and do a very specific and detailed write up of it. How much would it cost to produce per episode? What are the salaries of creative people involved? In other words, do the legwork that produces an estimate of what it will take to make this happen.
But why not Apple instead? Imagine if Apple TV+ revived shows such as “Firefly,” “Nowhere Man,” “Alcatraz,” etc.? It would be great PR and might attract new eyeballs to the streaming service.
Apple please save Warrior Nun. The loyal and global (70 countries) fanbase will follow! #SaveWarriorNun #WarriorNun
Yes please save warrior nun, it’s a fantastic show and deserved more seasons #SaveWarriorNun #WarriorNun
Save warrior nun please🙏🏼 They have a very strong fan base
Yes, revive “Firefly”!
It’s would be great for Apple TV+ to revive the show. The show has so much potential and they also have a large and dedicated fan base.
WARRIOR NUN PLEASE
Save Warrior Nun!
Save Warrior nun apple!
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