Poll suggestion: Cancelled Netflix series that you want back

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Netflix has been known for making original content or even get the rights to continue with cancelled series from another companies (Eg. Lucifer TV Series) but anyway not so many of them have been lucky enough to stay on the streaming platform.

Which of these series you wish would get renewed?

List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls080408716/
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Dibanhy Valladares

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IMDbmember

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Seen a bit of about half of those, and I say good riddance to them, except for BoJack, although it pretty much ran its course anyways.

Could add the Marvel superhero shows to the list.
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milenko cvorkov

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FYI : Travelers
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Oswald

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Not sure how they can bring this back, given the events of the Series finale.
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milenko cvorkov

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Yeah, I just put it cause it was good. But I remember there was a bit of drama whether there would be another season or not. The actors didn't know.
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Oswald

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Daredevil and Jessica Jones

(Tho not Iron Fist and the other stupid ones, lol - someone else can nominate them.)
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Oswald, I'd love to see more seasons of "Iron Fist" and "The Punisher". :) 
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Oswald

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Why am I not surprised, especially about "Iron Fist"?

:)
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Nikolay Yeriomin (Mykola Yeromin), Champion

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Oswald, this series is not without its problems. First season was all over the place and suffered from haste production.

However, second season really surprised me with a deeper approach, themes and an (always welcome) feedback attention from production, which actually tried to make the show better. Plus Sacha Dhawan is great as Davos, a very unusual and interesting main antagonist. 

Main antagonist is where Netflix shows most definitely shined, all of them. Even severely underwritten villains (there are a few) were at the very least salavaged with acting and they nearly always improve if the stick up after one season. A similar case I never expected to like that much is Ben Barnes as Billy Russo/The Jigsaw. He seemed a bit downplayed compared to comic book version initially, but the approach chosen actually worked: Netflix's supervillains are easily belieavable as talented people broken to such an extent you can't have them near normal(ized) society, because they immediately start to have profound negative impact.