It's official: the critically-panned Netflix original series "Gypsy", led by Naomi Watts and coming from creator/writer Lisa Rubin alongside "Fifty Shades of Grey" director Sam Taylor-Johnson - won't be making a return to the streaming service, after the company pulled the plug on the show following just a single season.
The cancellation is said to have come as a surprise, as Gypsy writers had been working for almost a month on storylines for the forthcoming second season.
This is the fourth series Netflix has officially canceled this year.
Gypsy was two-time Oscar nominee Watts' first TV starring role.
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Gypsy, which debuted at the end of June, starred Naomi Watts as Jean Holloway, a New York City therapist who infiltrates her patients' lives by developing illicit relationships with the people close to them.
Executives have decided not to proceed with a second instalment of the show, which debuted in June to mixed reviews, Deadline reported on Friday morning. As the borders of Jean's professional life and personal fantasies become blurred, she descends into a world where the forces of desire and reality are disastrously at odds.
Gypsy's cancellation comes just as Netflix renewed another new series that launched at the same time as Gypsy, women's wrestling comedy GLOW. All the components were there to bring about a new hit drama for the streaming service, but once actually live, reviewers weren't terribly enthusiastic about what the show brought to the table. The cast also included Billy Crudup as Jean's husband and Sophie Cookson, Lucy Boynton and Karl Glusman as three of her patients.