Netflix Stats Spark ‘Shadow and Bone’ Cancellation Talk

Shadow and Bone, a fantasy adventure show for young adults on Netflix, doesn’t know what will happen to it. After Season 2 of the show, which is based on Leigh Bardugo’s Grishaverse books, came out on Netflix on March 16, some fans are starting to worry that Shadow and Bone will be cancelled and won’t come back for Season 3. This is because Netflix showed how many times people watched Season 2 of the show.

Eric Heisserer made, wrote, and is in charge of producing the Netflix original series. It combines the stories and characters of Shadow and Bone and Six of Crows. In the series, a young woman discovers her special abilities in a world full of “Grisha,” who are elemental mages forced to join their country’s military. The Shadow Fold, a magical fallout zone that the main character Alina may be able to fix, is a threat to the world of the story. Jessie Mei Li, Archie Renaux, Amita Suman, Danielle Galligan, Kit Young, Reddy Carter, Ben Barnes, and Calahan Skogman are some of the people who play roles in the show.

There has been no news about Shadow and Bone’s future in the weeks since Season 2 came out, and people are starting to worry that Netflix is thinking about canceling the show. The number of people watching the show has dropped sharply, according to data that came out this week. Season 2 had 50.4 million hours of viewers during its first “weekend,” and that number rose to 55 million during its first full week of streaming. However, in the third week of streaming, only 27 million hours were watched. Even though those numbers aren’t great, they are still good enough for the show to rank on the streaming charts. This has led some to wonder what will happen to the show.