Country Comfort is on the Netflix chopping block—along with three other original shows

Netflix is canceling four major shows—is your fave on the list?

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Netflix is canceling four original series, including Katharine McPhee's Country Comfort, Kevin James' The Crew, Mr. Iglesias and Bonding. 

The popular streaming service is regularly chopping and changing its scheduling and these four shows are the latest to face the boot. 

Katharine McPhee's new series, Country Home, only landed on Netflix back in March and tells the story of a country singer named Bailey (played by Katharine) who embarks on a new venture as a nanny.

The official synopsis reads, "When her career and personal life get derailed, an aspiring young country singer named Bailey takes a job as a nanny for a rugged cowboy named Beau and his five children." 

"With a never-give-up attitude and loads of Southern charm, this newbie-nanny is able to navigate the family dynamics and be the mother figure they've been missing."

Despite being hugely popular with a bunch of people on social media—with some admitting they binged the whole series in one—the show has not been renewed for a second season, after others branded it "awkward and full of bad accents".

The second series facing the chopping block is Kevin James' The Crew—which centers around a NASCAR race team in North Carolina. It only had one season before facing the axe from Netflix.

After three successful seasons, Mr. Iglesias—the story of a high school teacher trying to make a difference to the lives of some smart but underperforming students at the college he used to go to—is not getting renewed either. 


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The fourth and final series in Netflix's latest cull is Bonding. The series launched in 2019 and followed the life of Tiffany Chester—a psychology student who makes money as a dominatrix on the side. 

The comedy enjoyed two seasons but will not be returning to the streaming platform, unlike Sexy Beasts—the latest Netflix show dividing the internet.