Gypsy Canceled by Netflix


And there's still some good news for Netflix binge-watchers this week: The streaming giant renewed GLOW, about the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (including Alison Brie!), for a second 10-episode season to debut next year. It debuted on June 30 to mixed reviews. Sources claim that at one point Netflix was in talks with show producers to buy a second season. So it's not too surprising that Netflix - a company which, early in its experimentation with original programming, often renewed its shows for multiple seasons - is starting to outwardly feel the strain of Peak TV.

Netflix is pulling the plug on the Naomi Watts-starring drama, Gypsy, after only one season. The streaming network also has renewed the other new drama series to launch in the first half of 2017, Marvel's Iron Fist and 13 Reasons Why. Bored with her life and husband (played by Billy Crudup), Watts' character begins to develop inappropriate relationships with people in her patients' lives to see if they're telling the truth in her sessions.

According to Deadline who broke the news, the cancellation came after hours of in-house discussions which took place over a period of four weeks, as the cast and crew tried to come to some sort of arrangements for a batch of new episodes.

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Gypsy now joins Bloodline, The Get Down, Girlboss, and Sense8 on the list of shows recently canceled by Netflix.

If you hadn't yet gotten around to watching Gypsy, here's a quick summary: the show focused on a Manhattan-based therapist named Jean Holloway. The company recently made a decision to part ways with Sense8, though it will be airing a long finale episode next year due to popular demand.