Disjointed, the Netflix series about a woman who owns a cannabis dispensary in L.A has seen its end. The Big N disconnected from the series after just one season. The series had Kathy Bates in the main role and had Aaron Moten, Elizabeth Alderfer, Tone Bell, Elizabeth Ho, Dougie Baldwin, Chris Redd, Betsy Sodaro, Nicole Sullivan and Michael Trucco.
Disjointed ran for 20 episodes that began in August and the second part of the series premiered in January. The show had heavyweights, Chuck Lorre ad David Javerbaum in the writing department as well as executive producers. Chuck Lorre Productions and Warner Bros. Television produced the show together.
Comedies about pot have been around, with Weeds working well. Almost every comedy series at least has a few episodes revolving around Pot, like That Seventies Show. With this cancellation, the number of comedy series on Netflix have decreased.
Situations like these are proof that Netflix has a strict enough standards and procedures system that ensure only the best content finds a place on their streaming platform. It’s good for the audiences, of course, who know which show to invest themselves in and which to skirt away from, when they see the big banner promoting that series on their timelines.