The showrunner for Warrior Nun claims Netflix was to blame for the decrease in the episode count for season 2

The showrunner for Warrior Nun claims Netflix was to blame for the decrease in the episode count for ...

After fans put their money where their mouths were, a massive billboard demanding a season 3 renewal outside of Netflix's headquarters is still alive and well, stronger than ever. We wouldn't be surprised if the streaming service budged.

Ted Sarandos, the CEO of the company, has stated that he has never canceled a show he considered to be popular, which sparked exactly the online outrage you would expect. It does not mean that the supernatural fantasy series will not be picked up elsewhere, but as we've seen many times in the past, the longer the wait wait is – the less likely it is.

Prior to the relaunch of Alba Baptista's Ava Silva, viewers were concerned about a decrease in its episode count. Warrior Nun ran for ten installments before being reintroduced to our screens for the final time.

Simon Barry, the showrunner in an interview with the Be More Super Podcast podcast, stated that the decision to remove the program was made at boardroom level.

To be fair, a lot of Netflix originals used to be criticized for taking far too long to tell their respective stories, but it would be an understatement to say that viewers would prefer eight additional episodes of Warrior Nun over none at all.