This old Netflix tweet has not aged well, leaving viewers furious!

This old Netflix tweet has not aged well, leaving viewers furious!

Turns out Netflix has no chill...

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Have you ever discovered a new series and become super invested only for it to be canceled, leaving you with questions that will never be answered and a longing sadness?

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Well, you are definitely not alone.

Broadcasters and streaming services have the tough job of having to cut a series short when they don’t perform as well as expected. This also leads to fans of the canceled show being disappointed and angry.

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We have also seen how past tweets can come back to haunt you, with many celebrities having to apologise for things said in the past - and now Netflix is the latest target.

In a resurfaced tweet from 2017, Netflix made quite a bold statement and now fans are holding them accountable. 

Read the tweet below:

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Twitter users were quick to point out that although they might have said that six years ago, their track record definitely does not reflect the sentiment:

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However, one user did mention that Netflix might be in the clear:

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Since there will always be a likelihood that your new favourite series might be canceled, is it better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all?

So let this be a warning to you, just in case you’re looking for a new series to binge, it's best to choose something that is extremely popular.

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