CURSED Becomes The Latest Series To Get The "One And Done" Treatment On Netflix

Fantasy drama series Cursed has been cancelled after just one season, becoming the latest Netflix show to get the axe (well, sword in this case) after its debut run on the streaming service...

Netflix has cancelled Cursed after just one season.

The fantasy drama series, which is based on the graphic novel of the same name from Tom Wheeler and Frank Miller, is a retelling of the age-old tale of King Arthur and Excalibur, but this time the focus is placed on a young girl (Katherine Langford) with a mysterious power who is destined to become the tragic Lady of the Lake.

Cursed received a mostly positive response from critics (we weren't so keen), and while it seemed to have its share of fans, viewership figures clearly weren't high enough to convince the streamer to renew the show for a second season.

Netflix has gained something of a reputation for cancelling series prematurely, with Sherlock Holmes spinoff The Irregulars and Mark Millar comic book adaptation Jupiter's Legacy getting the axe after their debut runs this year alone. It's obviously very disappointing for fans, but at the same time, it's hard to blame Netflix for taking action if people simply aren't tuning in. Of course, some would argue that the streamer shouldn't develop so many projects with unsustainable budgets in the first place.

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