The cancelled Netflix series Warrior Nun is trending again as fans demand that Netflix sell the show’s rights to another banner. Warrior Nun initially debuted in June 2020, with season 2 launched in November 2022. In December 2022, Netflix revealed that they would not restore the show for season 3, causing a mass Warrior Nun fan project to conserve the series culminating in signboards, murals, petitions, and trending Twitter subjects.

The newest relocation in the project to conserve Warrior Nun is the trending Twitter expression “NETFLIX SELL THE RIGHTS,” which sees fans requiring that Netflix sell the show’s rights to another broadcaster. Currently, the expression has more than 25,000 posts, with the number continuing to increase. Check out some Tweets below:

The Unprecedented Warrior Nun Fan Campaign

Lilith behind Ava in Warrior Nun finale

​​​​​Although Netflix came under fire for other current show cancellations, consisting of Lockwood & Co. and 1899, the action to Warrior Nun‘s cancellation has actually differed from anything in the banner’s history. Netflix just recently stimulated debate amongst Warrior Nun audiences for publishing an image to Instagram critiquing how a bulk of discuss their posts were audiences requiring to conserve their preferred programs, triggering customers to blast the streaming service and leading lots of to cancel their memberships entirely.

While Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos controversially mentioned that they have “never cancelled a successful show,” Twitter users fasted to explain that Warrior Nun was among the most sought-after Netflix series ahead of the season 2 premiere. Although Warrior Nun was cancelled a number of months earlier, the project to restore the series has actually been strong and consistent. Series developer Simon Barry mentioned that he is still promoting season 3 and other Warrior Nun spinoffs, consisting of movies and graphic books.

To date, Netflix has not straight reacted to the #SaveWarriorNun project. However, with fans moving their objective from asking Netflix and restoring the series to getting the series transferred to another service totally, there is every possibility that season 3 might still be on the horizon. With audiences asking everybody from Amazon Prime to HBO Max to handle the much-loved show, this might not be the last fans see of Warrior Nun.

Source: Various (See Twitter posts above)