Netflix has been known to invest huge amounts of capital to create new shows, as well as acquiring shows from the past. The latest project the streaming giants have delved into is bringing Danish creator Nicolas Winding Refn to direct an original series. Military nun. Since the show hit the accessible section of the service, it has built a huge fan base with its familiar yet surprisingly unique storyline.
And we think Netflix has realized how good Refn really is at taking popular entertainment genre concepts and experimenting with them to create something completely new. With a recent announcement on their official Twitter page, Netflix has unveiled Copenhagen cowboystandalone film directed by the creator Military nun. But that doesn’t seem to be satisfying fans’ hunger for a second season of the hit show.
Nicholas Winding Refn Helms Netflix Copenhagen cowboy
Nicolas Winding Refn’s most famous web series directing antics hit the nail in the coffin with the success of Netflix. Military nun. The series, based on the books by Ben Dunn, has seen a significant increase in viewership on the OTT platform since its first season. So, Netflix was clearly looking to bring back neon demon creator into another web series coming soon to the platform.
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The heroine we’ve all been waiting for.
Nicolas Winding Refn’s Copenhagen Cowboy premieres on January 5th. pic.twitter.com/8XT15b1lYx
— Netflix (@netflix) November 23, 2022
Announcement about Copenhagen cowboy on Twitter and other social media made fans ask Netflix about the second season Military nun. It’s been almost 2 years since the release of the first season and fans are starting to get impatient, especially when there is no information about the second season. And when the idea of a new series from the same creator hit the news, fans went into full interrogation mode.
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Will there be a second season warrior nun?
If Netflix is known for doing one thing with all the games it has to offer, it’s canceling the ones that don’t work as planned. This tactic makes sense from a business standpoint, but they need to understand that the shows they make also carry sentimental weight with viewers. As has been said by many, Netflix has a wide variety of shows to choose from, but needs to understand that people sometimes watch a certain show long term. As for the second of warrior nun, again, no one has a clue, except maybe the folks at Netflix.
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Copenhagen cowboy, streaming exclusively on Netflix as of January 5, 2023. And 1st season warrior nun available for streaming on Netflix.
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