Netflix has cancelled yet another one of their Marvel TV Shows.

First Netflix cancelled "Iron Fist", then it was "Luke Cage" who got the axe, and now it's "Daredevil's" turn to be cancelled. 

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But these aren't the only shows Netflix is cancelling. The streaming service may be famous for green-lighting pretty much everything, but they've been getting a lot more severe when it comes to cancelling shows that dip in popularity. 

And that's not the only reason Netflix has been cancelling shows.

The series “American Vandal” was one of the most binged watched shows of 2017, and yet Netflix is cancelling the series because they'd rather focus on shows created in-house

To make things worse Netflix is also increasing their prices to have more money to create new shows, but they need to be careful. After all, most people love the streaming service because they allow us to stream TV shows and movies we already love. They should be reminded that Netflix originals are just considered a bonus for most, and not the primary reason we subscribe. 

Here are the 13 shows Netflix has cancelled in 2018:

Orange is the New Black (2013-2018) // Cancelled

Lady Dynamite (2016-2017) // Cancelled

The Break With Michelle Wolf (2018) // Cancelled

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (2018) // Cancelled

Marvel's Luke Cage (2016-2018) // Cancelled

Marvel's Iron Fist (2017-2018) // Cancelled

Disjointed (2017) // Cancelled

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2016-2018) // Cancelled

American Vandal (2017-2018) // Cancelled

All About the Washingtons (2018) // Cancelled

Everything Sucks! (2018) // Cancelled

Seven Seconds (2018) // Cancelled

Daredevil (2015-2018) // Cancelled

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