With the cancellation of Warrior Nun, the phrase “Netflix correct your mistake” and hashtag #SaveWarriorNun have been trending on Twitter. The cancellation has sparked a heated debate about Netflix’s lack of support for TV shows featuring same-$ex female relationships between main characters, with the streaming service being labeled by many as being lesbophobic.

More Details About Why “Netflix Correct Your Mistake” and #SaveWarriorNun are Trending on Social Media

Netflix’s decision to cancel the show is particularly perplexing, as it was trending in the top 10 worldwide on the Netflix charts the minute it debuted, with the first season even climbing back up into the top 10. Furthermore, Warrior Nun Season 2 was able to do so while competing with the likes of The Crown, a series that’s a flagship for the service and also one that receives a massive budget in regards to promotion. For comparison, Warrior Nun Season 2 was given a promotional budget of almost nothing. Naturally people are angry, which is why “Netflix correct your mistake” is trending nationwide.

Netflix Accused of Being 'Lesbophobic' as 'Netflix Correct Your Mistake Trends' in Protest of 'Warrior Nun' Getting Cancelled
Netflix Accused of Being 'Lesbophobic' as 'Netflix Correct Your Mistake Trends' in Protest of 'Warrior Nun' Getting Cancelled
Netflix Accused of Being 'Lesbophobic' as 'Netflix Correct Your Mistake Trends' in Protest of 'Warrior Nun' Getting Cancelled
Netflix Accused of Being 'Lesbophobic' as 'Netflix Correct Your Mistake Trends' in Protest of 'Warrior Nun' Getting Cancelled

Is Netflix Lesbophobic?

As aforementioned the cancelation of Warrior Nun also brings up a bigger conversation about Netflix and its alleged lack of support for WLW (women loving women) shows, despite them hitting strong viewership numbers. In regards to Warrior Nun itself, its second season was trending in the top 10 worldwide on the Netflix charts the minute it debuted, with the first season even climbing back up into the top 10 as mentioned earlier.

A growing number of social media users are calling Netflix out for its apparent lack of support for WLW shows, with some even accusing the streaming platform of being lesbophobic. The #cancelnetflix hashtag is also trending online as people continue their effort to #SaveWarriorNun. This term “lesbophobic” refers to a particular type of homophobia focused on the romantic relationships between two female-presenting people.

Netflix Accused of Being 'Lesbophobic' as 'Netflix Correct Your Mistake Trends' in Protest of 'Warrior Nun' Getting Cancelled

The relationship between protagonist Ava Silva (Alba Baptista) and Sister Beatrice (Kristina Tonteri-Young) is one of the main reasons the show is so popular. As you can see many people are perplexed as to why Netflix is shelfing a show that appears to be a major success even on a low production budget.

Netflix Accused of Being 'Lesbophobic' as 'Netflix Correct Your Mistake Trends' in Protest of 'Warrior Nun' Getting Cancelled

This definitely seems like a rare situation where cancelling a show clearly seems counterproductive, but maybe there were some other issues behind the scenes that the public is not aware of.

In any case, the situation is still very confusing from the outside looking in. Could it really all boil down to a case of lesbophobia, or do you think people are reaching with that theory?

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