[Updated] Warrior Nun fans urge Netflix to renew Season 3 with #savewarriornun trend & Change.org petition
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on December 15, 2022) follows:
Warrior Nun is a popular fantasy drama series produced by Netflix. In its relatively short time of existence, it has managed to build a solid fan base.
Unfortunately for Warrior Nun fans, Netflix has decided to cancel it after only 2 seasons. However, this has not gone without a response from the public.
Currently, Warrior Nun fans are in the middle of a ‘campaign’ to try to save the series through the #savewarriornun trend, looking to land Season 3.
Warrior Nun fans do not understand the cancellation of the Netflix show
After the confirmation of the Warrior Nun cancellation by Netflix, the reaction of the users did not wait. Many took to social platforms like Twitter to express their disappointment with the decision.
It is a Blast to watch, that’s why we will #SaveWarriorNun #WarriorNun #RenewWarriorNun We can show them that they can not do that to us all the time.
Fans protest because other series that have had fewer ratings on Netflix have been renewed, which makes no sense to them.
Just gonna leave it here. Young royals has been renewed for S3. @netflix You claim that you renew shows on the basis of their viewership? #SaveWarriorNun #cancelnetflix @TonteriYoung @SimonDavisBarry @baabaathegreat
This is how the fans are trying to save the show
The campaign to try to save Warrior Nun from cancellation is currently on two main fronts. First, fans are using #savewarriornun positioning among the general trends on Twitter, to signal interest in the show.
At the same time, they also created a petition on Change.org where they seek to collect as many signatures as possible. You can check and sign the petition from this link.
Did i just tell my client about warrior nun and showed him trailer of warrior nun? Yes and he liked it. I even convinced him to sign the petition and he only came here to leave his car at our car workshop. Warrior nun season 3 #SaveWarriorNun #cancelnetflix
Can everyone please sign this. #SaveWarriorNun RENEW WARRIOR NUN FOR SEASON 3 – Sign the Petition! https://chng.it/h5bxnV5C via @UKChange
In the event that Netflix maintains its decision not to renew Warrior Nun, users are looking for another of the big streaming platforms to become interested in it and negotiate with Netflix to acquire it.
@hbomax @HBOMaxHelp @PrimeVideo @DisneyPlus @peacock @Showtime @hulu @SYFY @AppleTV @paramountplus SAVE WARRIOR NUN @netflix #SaveWarriorNun #WarriorNun
#SaveWarriorNun just keep using the # and supporting each other. We are stronger together. @AppleTV @hulu @HBO please help the #HaloBearers in this fight!
It wouldn’t be that unusual for another large entertainment company to acquire the rights to the show. Something similar already happened with Lucifer, the series canceled by Fox in 2018 and rescued by Netflix.
There are more than 46,600 signatures collected on the petition at the time of writing this story. However, there is still no official statement from Netflix on the public request.
We will update this story as events unfold.
Update 1 (April 3, 2023)
10:52 am (IST): A user has shared stats which reveal the number of times hashtag savewarriornun (#SaveWarriorNun) has been posted on Twitter which is more than 12 million.
Update 2 (June 29, 2023)
06:10 pm (IST): Simon Barry recently took to Twitter to announce that Warrior Nun is finally coming back with a Season 3.
Today I’m happy to officially report that because of your combined voices, passion and amazing efforts – #WarriorNun will return and is going to be more EPIC than you could imagine. More details to come! SOON! Thank-you!! #SaveWarriorNun #WarriorNunSaved ❤️🎬
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