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Fans of cancelled Netflix show Warrior Nun put up billboard in hopes of saving series

Fans of cancelled Netflix show Warrior Nun put up billboard in hopes of saving series

The show was cancelled last month

Fans of the cancelled Netflix show Warrior Nun have rented a huge billboard outside the streaming giant’s headquarters urging the company to ‘Save Warrior Nun’.

Last month, Warrior Nun creator Simon Barry confirmed the show had been cancelled after two seasons. You can see a trailer for the show here:

In a post on Twitter, he wrote: “I’ve just found out that Netflix will not be renewing Warrior Nun – my sincere appreciation to all the fans who worked so hard to bring awareness to this series, and for the love you showed me, the cast and the whole production team. It was a privilege to be a part of this.”

But it seems as though fans of the show aren’t going to give up without a fight and have clubbed together to get a huge billboard to let Netflix’s executives know they want a third season.

The giant billboard urges Netflix to #SaveWarriorNun.

Twitter user named Sarah - or @angrytrashacct as she’s known on the platform - shared several shots of the billboard which carries the message #SaveWarriorNun in a large font, with the words: 'Paid for by Sarah B. and Warrior Nun fans across the globe' and an email address across the bottom.

In the post, Sarah wrote: Surprise!!!! We did it! We have an AWESOME billboard that was put up today! Fun fact about the board, it’s in Netflix’s front yard. @netflix execs and employees will see this for 4 straight weeks. #SaveWarriorNun #WarriorNun”.

Fans of Warrior Nun aren’t giving up without a fight.

The billboard is situated on the corner of Sunset Boulevard and North Van Ness Avenue in Los Angeles, right across the street from Netflix’s HQ, and will remain in place for four weeks.

Warrior Nun writer David Hayter has already been out to visit the billboard - he shared his own snap of it alongside the caption: "I went to see the billboard today. Right across from Netflix HQ. You are the best fans in the world."

And Barry has also responded to the billboard saying: "Incredible!! I’m stunned and beyond impressed. You guys are next level!"

The billboard is right across the street from Netflix HQ.

Fans have also launched a petition to try and get Netflix to change its mind about the show’s future, which - at the time of writing - had a whopping 109,882 signatures.

The petition reads in part: “As of December 13th, Netflix decided to cancel further seasons of Warrior Nun. We will not sit quiet about this. Over 1.3M tweets of the hashtag (#SaveWarriorNun) were accumulated within 3 days of this news. The hashtag now sits at over 5M+ tweets.”

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Netflix, Film and TV