After hearing the phrase "bury your gays," the streamer decided to cancel the lesbian vampire romance series First Kill after only one season, despite the show's obvious popularity..

Sarah Catherine Hook and Imani Lewis starred as Juliette (Sarah Catherine Hook) and Calliope (Imani Lewis), respectively, heirs to vampire families and vampire hunters.

However, instead of killing each other, the two young women find themselves falling in love with one another.

Viewers will have to wait until the second season to find out what happened to the characters in Netflix's first season.

According to Deadline, Netflix shows are chosen based on how many people watch them versus how much it costs, and First Kill failed to meet either of those criteria.

After only three days of airing, the entertainment magazine ranked First Kill as one of the top ten English-language TV shows.

Deadline stated that it "easily cleared 100 million hours viewed" in its first 28 days after its release, with nearly 50 million hours viewed in its first week.

Even when compared to Heartstopper, the LGBT-themed Netflix series based on the webcomic by Alice Oseman, First Kill's streaming numbers make even less sense.

Over 97 million people watched First Kill on Netflix, while 53 million tuned in to Heartstopper. Within a few weeks of its debut, the show Heartstopper was renewed for a second season.

There were more people watching First Kill on Netflix than Heartstopper, so canceling the show solely because of low viewership doesn't make sense.

It was one of the best days of Vanessa Schwab's life when she found out she was going to be a part of her first television show, she wrote on Tuesday.

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