It's the end of the road for two Netflix shows—and they had very different endings. BoJack Horseman wrapped up its run with the last eight episodes of season six on January 31, 2020. The show was able to plan its ending and complete its story. And then there's Soundtrack. The musical drama from Smash and Gossip Girl veteran Joshua Safran dropped its first and only season of 10 episodes on December 19, 2019.
Safran took to Twitter to lament the end of the series that starred Jenna Dewan, Callie Hernandez, Paul James and Madeline Stowe.
"What if you made a show and no one noticed?" Safran posted in a screenshotted note. "That's how it's felt with Soundtrack."
"The most incredible team of artists worked tirelessly on it—some of them (like me) for over two and a half years)—and it felt we'd made something unique, fresh, weird, and, well, great. And yet, it all but disappeared," he continued.
In his note, Safran encouraged viewers to check out the show even though it won't be back for more.
One Netflix show that will be back for more, but is still ending, is The Crown. The royal drama was planned for six seasons, but creator Peter Morgan and the streaming platform announced it would wrap up with five instead.
"I'm absolutely thrilled to confirm Imelda Staunton as Her Majesty The Queen for the fifth and final season, taking The Crown into the 21st Century. Imelda is an astonishing talent and will be a fantastic successor to Claire Foy and Olivia Colman," Morgan, creator, writer and executive producer said in a statement. "At the outset I had imagined The Crown running for six seasons but now that we have begun work on the stories for season five it has become clear to me that this is the perfect time and place to stop. I'm grateful to Netflix and Sony for supporting me in this decision."
Get the lowdown on other finished and canceled Netflix shows below.