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Netflix Cancels Lady Dynamite

The second season will be its last

Lindsay MacDonald

Netflix has canceled Maria Bamford's semiautobiographical comedy series Lady Dynamiteafter two seasons.

Season 1 followed Maria Bamford's reentry into her stand-up career in Los Angeles after spending six months away from the city of stars in recovery for bipolar disorder, while Season 2 focused more heavily on her burgeoning relationship with Scott (Ólafur Darri Ólafsson) and juggling her new job at a streaming network. Both seasons of the show incorporated flashbacks to Maria's childhood to depict her backstory with family and friends.

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Though Netflix was once known for renewing all of its original series, in the past year it has canceled several high-profile shows, including Baz Luhrmann's The Get Down, The Wachowskis' Sense8 and Chelsea, Chelsea Handler's mich-vaunted talk show.

Lady Dynamite is one of a handful of female-driven series that Netflix has axed, including Girlboss, Gypsyand Haters Back Off.

Maria Bamford, Lady Dynamite

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