The phrase, “Netflix correct your mistake” in all caps is trending on Twitter after Warrior Nun’s cancellation.
The phrase is trending in multiple countries like the United States, France, Singapore, and more.
In a nutshell, the trend happened because Netlfix is intending to cancel the third season of Warrior Nun.
Warrior Nun is a television series by Simon Barry based on the comic book character created by Ben Dunn.
The series stars Alba Baptista (Ava Silva), Kristina Tonteri-Young (Sister Beatrice), Lorena Andrea (Sister Lilith), and others.
It was released on Netflix on July 2, 2020, and had positive reviews.
Warrior Nun was renewed for a second season and was released on November 10, 2022.
However, Netflix decided to cancel the series after two seasons, so a third season will not be released.
Fans of the series went to Twitter to complain about its cancellation.
As a result, “Netflix correct your mistake” is trending on Twitter.
In addition, the hashtags #SaveWarriorNun and #WarriorNun are also trending.
Fans were relentlessly pursuing the renewal of the third season of Warrior Nun.
@henrytcasey praised Warrior Nun’s fans for getting the phrase to trend on Twitter.
The tweet got over 1.4k likes and more than 320k views.
@avanunice tweeted a screenshot of a reply from Netflix in 2017.
Here’s the reply, “We don’t like leaving a story unfinished. We learned a lot from Sense and we’re going to try not to do this in the future”.
However, it’s ironic because Netflix is canceling season three of Warrior Nun, leaving the story unfinished.
The tweet got over 800 likes and more than 220k views.
@LaraRyan21 shared some incredible shots of the series to express how great it is.
The tweet got over 350 likes and more than 260k views.
The official @Netflix Twitter account is yet to give a statement on this.
Warrior Nun has tremendous support from its fans and the Netflix team is stunned by it.
What’s important but unforeseen in the near future is whether Netflix will reverse the cancellation of the series.