Partner Track and The Imperfects canceled on Netflix

Netflix is ​​parting ways with two of its freshman dramas.

The streaming service has canceled Partner Track and The Imperfects.

Partner Track launched on August 26 but failed to garner much attention.

The series followed Ingrid Yun (Arden Cho), a 1st-generation Korean American and the first lawyer in her family, who experiences the trials and tribulations of excellence at the prestigious (but old-school) law firm. , Parsons Valentine.

Bradley Gibson (Power Book II: Ghost), Alexandra Turshen (Ray Donovan), Dominic Sherwood (Shadowhunters) and Rob Heaps (Good Girls) also starred.

Arden Cho attends the New York premiere of

The cast was completed by Nolan Gerard Funk (The Flight Attendant), Matthew Rauch (Banshee) and Roby Attal (The Haunting of Bly Manor).

Unfortunately, the series ended on a big cliffhanger, meaning it joins the ranks of Netflix’s other unique series that failed to come to any conclusion.

Imperfects are also cancelled.

The drama centers on a group of people who undergo experimental gene therapy that turns them into monsters.

Imperfect on Netflix

In the aftermath, they “unite to hunt down the scientist responsible and force him to make them human again,” according to the official logline.

The cast also included Italia Ricci (Designated Survivor) as Sydney, Rhianna Jagpal (To All The Boys 3) as Abbi Singh, Iñaki Godoy (Who Killed Sara?) as Juan Ruiz and Morgan Taylor Campbell (Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist) as Tilda Weber. .

The cast was rounded out by Rhys Nicholson as Dr. Alex Sarkov, Kyra Zagorsky (The 100, Helix) as Isabel Finch, and Celina Martin as Hannah Moore.

Cancellation news comes the same week the streaming service renewed the Ryan Murphy-produced series The Observer and the Monster.

Evan Peters is Dahmer on Netflix

It comes a week after Netflix cLaunched Fate: The Winx Saga after two seasons.

The news of the cancellations is not surprising. Netflix tends to renew shows that appear in the Top 10 and stay there for a while.

The service typically measures the success of a streak within the first 28 days.

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Paul Dailly is the associate editor of TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.

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