Netflix fans launch petition to save beloved show as streamer cancels season two in ‘heartbreaking’ axe | The Sun

HEARTBROKEN fans have launched a petition to save one of Netflix's most popular shows after it was axed ahead of season two.

The streaming service gave the boot to one of its most popular shows, the adult animated series Inside Job.

Netflix has derailed any plans for a second season of the show after airing just 18 of the planned 20 episodes created for season one.

The show followed the two lead characters Reagen Ridley and Brett Hand as they navigated life and careers of those in a world known as Cognito Inc.

Show creator, Shion Takeuchi, announced the devastating news in a lengthy Twitter post.

The shock announcement read: "I'm heartbroken to confirm that Netflix has cancelled season 2 of Inside Job.

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"Over the years, these characters have become real people to me, and I am devastated to not be able to watch them grow up.

"Reagan and Brett deserved to get their happy ending and finally find happiness."

Fans of the programme were left gutted by the axe and have since created a petition online to save the show and to beg Netflix bosses to reinstate the show.

The viewers of the show said of creating the petition to save the show: "The goal of this petition is to obtain enough traction to reach Netflix and show them the potential and success that would come from continuing the series. Please consider helping this goal come to fruition by signing and sharing this petition.

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"Adult animation should be allowed to survive amidst the many live-action shows! Animation has potential, and is a beautiful artform that offers avenues for original nuanced storytelling and visuals that live-action cannot directly assimilate."

Fans created a goal of 25,000 signatures for the online petition with it so far garnering an impressive 17,000signatures.

The show is the latest in a long line of Netflix shows to get the boot.

Fellow animated show Dead End: Paranormal Park was axed after just two series.

Whilst Neil Patrick Harris saw his popular romantic comedy Uncoupled dumped from the streamer after just one.

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