Netflix is known for investing huge sums of money in creating new shows, as well as acquiring shows from a bygone ear. The latest project the streaming giants have mulled over is bringing Danish creator Nicolas Winding Refn to helm the original series. Warrior nun. Ever since the show landed in the available section of the service, it has created a huge fanbase with its familiar yet surprisingly unique trope.
And we think Netflix has realized just how good Refn really is at taking popular concepts from entertainment genres and experimenting with them to create something new. With the recent announcement on its official Twitter page, Netflix presented Copenhagen Cowboyan independent film directed by the creator of Warrior nun. But it doesn’t seem like that’s satisfying fans’ hunger for a second season of the popular show.
Nicolas Winding Refn directs Netflix Copenhagen Cowboy
Nicolas Winding Refn’s most famous release with the production of a web series hit the mark with the success of Netflix Warrior nun. Based on the books by Ben Dunn, the series has been a huge viewership boost on the OTT platform since its first season. And so Netflix obviously wanted to bring back The neon demon creator in another web series, which will be coming to the platform soon.
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The heroine we’ve all been waiting for.
Copenhagen Cowboy by Nicolas Winding Refn will be presented on January 5 pic.twitter.com/8XT15b1lYx
—Netflix (@netflix) November 23, 2022
The announcement of Copenhagen Cowboy on Twitter and other social media prompted fans to ask Netflix about the second season of Warrior nun. It has already been almost 2 years since the first season aired, and fans are getting impatient, especially when there is no information about a second season. And when the introduction of a new series led by the same creator made news, fans erupted into full questioning mode.
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Will there be a second season of warrior nun?
If Netflix has been known to do one thing with all the titles it has to offer, it’s cancel the one that doesn’t perform as previously planned. This tactic makes sense from a business perspective, but they need to understand that the shows they make also carry sentimental weight for the audience. As many have stated, Netflix has a wide variety of shows, but what it needs to understand is that sometimes people are interested in a certain show for the long haul. 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 from January 5, 2023. And Season 1 of warrior nun is available to stream on Netflix.