Written by on September 4, 2023

The thrill of season one in a series! It’s like embarking on a rollercoaster ride through a world of drama, suspense, and Netflix subscriptions. But then comes the dreaded season two anxiety. Will it live up to the hype? Will it be as gripping as Squid Game, or will it leave us hanging like a poorly tied shoelace?

Enter Vagabond, a series that had us on the edge of our seats from the get-go. The tension, the curiosity, the burning desire to know how it all ends – it’s enough to make you contemplate a second job just to afford that Netflix subscription for season two.

However, not all series are created equal. Some start strong in season one, but by season two, it’s like they’re trying to resurrect a zombie story that should’ve stayed six feet under. Take Blood and Water, for instance. Fans are scratching their heads, wondering if the producers have lost their plot. Season three and four? Seriously? It’s like trying to milk a cow that ran dry back in season two.

Fans are left pondering the mysteries of the universe: What could possibly be in season four? Is it a secret guide on how to stretch a storyline thinner than a crepe? It seems like Blood and Water’s plotline has more holes than a Swiss cheese convention.

But wait, the comedy climax! The real kicker is when you see Cocomelon in the lineup for a return on Netflix, and not just for season two or three – but for season nine! It’s like trying to find the hidden meaning in nursery rhymes. Maybe the “killer” here is that we’re all still trying to figure out what Cocomelon is doing on the list alongside our beloved dramas.

In the world of series and Netflix subscriptions, there are highs, lows, and a fair share of head-scratching moments. So, grab your popcorn and get ready for the next season of unpredictability, because in the world of streaming, you never quite know what you’re going to get – or how many seasons they’re going to squeeze out of it!

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