‘Bonding’ Season 3: Canceled Or Renewed By Netflix?

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Fans of the Netflix TV comedy, Bonding want to know if the series is canceled or renewed for Season 3. The series hit the streaming service in 2019 and now has two seasons available for anyone’s binging pleasure. Also, the series features Zoe Levin (Palo Alto, Beneath the Harvest Sky), Brendan Scannell (Heathers), and Micah Stock (The Right Stuff). Keep reading to find out if Netflix canceled or renewed Bonding. 

What is Bonding?

For Netflix savants that haven’t seen Bonding yet, here’s what the streaming service has to say about the series. According to Netflix’s website, Bonding is about, “A New York City grad student moonlighting as a dominatrix enlists her gay BFF from high school to be her assistant.”

Notably, the website also notes that this is “Based on creator Rightor Doyle’s real-life experiences, this short-form comedy won an Audience Award at Outfest LA.” At one point, Doyle was a bodyguard to a dominatrix. Consequently, this leads to a pretty controversial show. Furthermore, Doyle has future Netflix projects in the works. All of this is part of a new development deal the creator has with the streaming service.

Additionally, Netflix describes this series as “Raunchy, Witty, Heartfelt.” Also, Bonding is classified as “TV Dramas, TV Comedies, LGTBQ TV shows.”


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 Bonding Season 3, Canceled Or Renewed By Netflix

Unfortunately, for Netflix viewers hopeful for Bonding Season 3, they’re out of luck. What’s On Netflix reports that the unconventional series is not returning for a third season. As previously mentioned, Bonding focuses heavily on some controversial issues. The outlet reports that of note “the BDSM community didn’t take kindly to their portrayals in the series.” The streaming service breaks the news on Deadline.”

However, controversial topics don’t seem to be the only thing that leads to the demise of Bonding. When Netflix introduces the 10 features, Bonding doesn’t make the cut anywhere in the United States. While the controversial series isn’t the only show leaving Netflix in July, it is the only one that isn’t family-focused What’s On Netflix reports.


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Did you watch Bonding? Do you plan on watching Bonding? How do you feel about the Netflix series being canceled? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below. Make sure to come back to TV Shows Ace for more Netflix (and other streaming services) news.

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  1. Season 2 was clearly a HUGE improvement according to critics, BDSM community and most fans. The end of season two was perfect and left no loose ends, so I’m not sad about the cancellation.

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