Netflix fans pay for huge billboard demanding bosses bring back axed show amid huge string of cancellations | The Sun

NETFLIX fans have paid for a huge billboard as they demand show bosses bring back an axed programme.

The streaming giant has been cancelling a string of shows recently leaving diehard fans devastated.

One of the shows to meet its fate is drama Warrior Nun, which will not be returning for a third series.

The beloved series is based on a comic of the same name by Ben Dunn and follows orphan Ava, played by Alba Baptista.

And now, in a bid to save it from the TV graveyard, fans have rented out a huge billboard demanding its revival.

The sign simply reads "#Save Warrior Nun" – and its prominent location will mean Netflix bosses are sure to get the message.

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Fans have the sign positioned on the corner of Sunset Boulevard and North Van Ness Avenue in Los Angeles – right across from Netflix's headquarters.

One of the fans involved in the campaign to save Warrior Nun took to social media to share snaps of the sign.

She said: "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."

David Hayter, who was a writer on the show, has been left impressed by fans' efforts.

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After seeing the billboard for himself, he tweeted: "I went to see the billboard today. Right across from Netflix HQ. You are the best fans in the world."

Meanwhile, Netflix has also canned popular show Titans after four seasons.

It is a production of HBO Max in the US and airs on Netflix internationally.

Its current season has been divided into two parts but will now be coming to an end after being dumped from the streaming service.

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