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Nothing is as you think it is. Lots of things are not what they appear to be. Sometimes people need you to keep searching for them, or at least asking questions on their behalf. And very often, people have been silenced and they need other people to speak for them. It's when you stop searching and asking and speaking that they really will be lost.
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Updated List 2021 For Netflix Cancelled & Renewed Shows
Platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime are watched by a number of people all over the world. Both of these platforms telecast movies, shows, and series which are related to different genres. From thriller to action, anime, mystery, documentaries, history, and more, everything can be seen on these platforms.
Before getting started let us first talk about the shows/series you like to watch? Friends, Riverdale, Game Of Thrones? Well, all of them has a huge fan following. I personally can never get enough of watching Riverdale and Friends. Whether I am back home after work or I wanted to spend some time, Netflix has always been a savior. However, lately I got a news and it just felt like the end of the world.
Were you aware of the fact that some of the Netflix shows have been going off air and cancelled real soon? Yes, you are reading this right. The reasons behind the cancellation of various reasons bring together a plethora of reasons. Of course some shows like Dear White People and Dead To Me have a huge fan following and will be missed for sure. However, since we know that sooner or later good things do make their way, all these shows also came to an end soon.
Have you been wondering which shows got canceled? This is the piece which is apt for you. You will be able to find out all of them here itself. Hence, let’s get started without any further ado.
Netflix shows that have been renewed and cancelled in the year 2021Below mentioned is a list of the top twenty shows that have been canceled this year. Check them out to find the reasons behind the big decision. In addition to this, you will also find out if they are coming back anytime soon.
Ozark: This one has been renewed for season four. The famous television series is coming to an end in 2021. You could find this series on Netflix. Even after gaining so much of popularity, the show is gong off air this year. The show did receive a number of nominations of awards and has also won numerou titles. Some of them are the Guild award, and Emmy award. To people who have watched this series, the fourth season has divided into two different categories. Each category consists of seven episodes. However, at present the director wanted to take a break and made sure that the series is remembered by the fans.
Cast of Ozark
Dead To Me: This one has been renewed for season three. The series is known to end in the year 2021. However, the series finale is a big hit and funny. But, this one did not gain too much attention. Time changes, and so does the audience. This is why it is now time to bid adieu to this series, Jenny and Judy. Even though the series was loved by some of them till date, it is finally coming to an end yet not off air.
Cast of Dead To Me
Geeta V. Patel
Amy York Rubin
Lucifer: The series is renewed for season six. Another fantastic which is coming to an end is Lucifer. The series premiered on 25 January 2016. With time the first season received mixed reviews from critics. A number of them praised certain characters and Elli’s performance was no exception. With time more and more seasons were released. However, they did not gain much popularity. Platforms like Netflix also cancelled the pick up of the third season.
Cast Of Lucifer
Tom Ellis as Lucifer Morningstar
D B. Woodside as Amenadiel
Lesley as Ann Branch
Scarlett Estevez as Beatrice
Tricia Helfer as Mum
Tom Welling as Lieutenant Marcus Pierce
Inbar Lavi as Eve
You: This one got renewed for season three. There are only very few Netflix series that have grabbed the attention of people. However unfortunately, this famous thriller series has come to an end now. However, a statement was made by the director where he said that the series will be ending with a season three. The series is based on a novel which was written by Caroline Kepnes. The main role was played by Penn Badgley who was a bookseller. During the second season, the seller was a movie from New York to LA. Even though this is an irresistible show, the fans may not get to watch it anymore.
Cast of You
Travis Van Winkle
Atypical: This show has been renewed for season four. With the season finale, this show is going off air in 2021. However, it will still remain in the hearts of so many of them. No reasons have been found as to why the show is going off air. However, some of them are saying that the reason is because the show is very underrated.
Cast of Atypical
Jennifer Jason Leigh
Allie Rae Treharne
Angel Laketa Moore
Karl T. Wright
On My Block: There is no official announcement related to the renewal of On My Block. However, it is going to end in 2021 mainly because of the pandemic. The show gained popularity but is still ending. Centered in Los Angeles, this one was based on high school teens who face different challenges.
Cast of On My Block
Jessica Marie Garcia
Eric Neil Gutierrez
Angela Elayne Gibbs
Ada Luz Pla
Troy Leigh-Anne Johnson
Mallory James Mahoney
Dear White People: This series is renewed for season four. This one is coming to an end in 2021. The final episodes will show you the nest conversational end.
Cast of Dear White People
Brandon P. Bell
Ashley Blaine Featherson
John Patrick Amedori
Tyler James Williams
Wendy Raquel Robinson
John Paul Jones II
Ratched: This series is renewed for season two but is going off air very soon. The series is about a nurse Ratched and is based on a real story. As of now it is twisted and ended with a superb episode.
Cast of Ratched
Jon Jon Briones
Harriet Sansom Harris
Michael Benjamin Washington
Jeff B. Davis
Robert Curtis Brown
Aaron Jay Rome
Patrick Duke Conboy
Alfred Rubin Thompson
Casey James Knight
Glow: This one is straightaway cancelled. A very famous wrestling drama, this had to be cancelled because of the pandemic.
Cast of Glow
Paul Fitzgerald (actor)
Marc Evan Jackson
Messiah: The series was cancelled because it had to go through ups and downs. However, for the year 2021, this high class show has been canceled. The reason behind this is the dropping popularity.
Cast of Messiah
Stefania LaVie Owen
Sayyid El Alami
Melinda Page Hamilton
Philip Baker Hall
Teenage Bounty Hunters: This one got cancelled too. Even though this was considered as one of the best teen comedy series, it came to an end. The series received amazing reviews from the critics and the jury.Sadly, the first season of this show fails to draw the attention of the audience. This is one major reason why the series ended.
Cast of Teenage Bounty Hunters
Anjelica Bette Fellini
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance: The series got cancelled even after umpteen gigs and comedy episodes.
Cast of The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance
Helena Bonham Carter
Ólafur Darri Ólafsson
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj; This American show has grabbed the attention of so many of them during the lockdown. However, the show is now cancelled and no reasons behind the same have been found out yet.
Cast of Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj
Michelle C Bonilla
Julian Zane Chawdhary
James Adam Tucker
Emily Grace Buck
Michael Eric Dyson
These are some of the famous Netflix series and shows that got cancelled in the year 2021. As mentioned above, the reasons behind the cancellation differ from series to series. However, you need not lose hope. Netflix still have amazing series coming up. Whatever genre you prefer, keep that in mind and start searching for them. This way you will surely end up finding the ones that will be suitable for you. If not Netflix, then you can check out IMDB. This is a platform where you can search for various shows and movies. While doing do, what you can do is check out the ratings. This way you will find out whether or not the show should be watched or not. IMDB shows new series ans shows that are released every week or month. Search for the one you want to watch and get started without any further ado.
We hope this piece has helped in understanding which and why the shows got cancelled. However, you need not worry about anything. There are a plethora of shows you will come across on this platform, and something or the other will surely be worth watching. Thus, do not wait further and make use of the time this lockdown. Do not let the cancellation and lockdown spoil your mood. Your mood will be cherished and who knows you find out facts you never thought could happen? Also, exploring various genres never goes waste. So, why not make use of this wonderful opportunity?
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With new bills attacking transgender children emerging in state houses across the country, including in North Carolina, where transgender girls would be banned from joining girl's and women's sports teams, I found this New York Times column (republished here on WRAL) to articulate well a lot of what is wrong about these bills.
Civil liberties advocates say discriminatory efforts targeting transgender children are more organized recently, with women sponsoring bills that have names "that suggest noble intent:" e.g. N.C.s' Save Women's Sports Act. This kind of legislation is brought about "by a coordinated and poll-tested campaign by social conservative organizations" that are "determined to move forward with what may be one of their last footholds in the fight against expanding LGBTQ rights," according to the column.
The problem the legislation seeks to address doesn't actually exist.
"The idea that there is a sudden influx of transgender competitors who are dominating women’s and girls’ sports does not reflect reality — in high school, college, or professionally," writes the column's author, Jeremy W. Peters.
Peters notes that sports associations, like the NCAA, promote including transgender athletes, with policies to address physical differences in male and female biology. The NCAA requires athletes who are transitioning to female to undergo testosterone suppression treatment for a year before they compete on a women’s team.
"They’re acting like LeBron James is going to put on a wig and play basketball with fourth graders," says Chase Strangio, an ACLU lawyer and a trans man who is quoted in the piece. "And not one LeBron James, 100. In reality, you’re talking about little kids who just want to play rec sports. They just want to get through life."
And that's the crux of it.
These bills do nothing more than single out children who want to play, be normal, and try to get through life.
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Students and teachers in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools are back in school for in-person classes for the first time in more than a year.
Chapel Hill's Community Design Commission recommended rezoning 16 acres at the intersection of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Estes Drive for a mixed-use project called Aura (rendering above) to the Town Council. The project will include office space, apartments, townhouses, and some commercial space.
Orange County saw its 100th death from COVID-19 last week.
UNC's Campus Health vaccine clinic will open tomorrow for student vaccinations. It will receive 2,000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine during its first week.
UNC students are participating in a study to see how the coronavirus spreads among the vaccinated.
UNC Health will run a leftover clinic out of the Friday Center for unused vaccine. It has an end-of-day standby account to notify anyone who is within 20 minutes of the Friday Center that excess doses are available.
The Sarah P. Duke Gardens will begin a phased reopening for faculty, staff, and students on Thursday.
Registration has opened for Duke students who want to get the COVID vaccine.
Wake County middle and high schools will open for in-person classes this month. Families must decide by Thursday whether to send their students back to school in person or keep them in Virtual Academy.
Cary police say mental health issues, not racism, motivated attacks on a Chinese American and an Iranian on the White Oak Greenway last week.
The City of Raleigh is reconfiguring the crosswalk at Moore Square. The four-to-six week project will see intermittent sidewalk, bike and traffic lane closures.
Inmates in Wake County jails will receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on a voluntary basis starting today.
U.S. Senator Thom Tillis said in a statement that he will have surgery in North Carolina next week to treat prostate cancer. He said doctors caught the cancer early and he expects to make a full recovery.
Democratic lawmakers filed the Fair Maps Act in the state House today. If approved by lawmakers, the bill would go before voters in a 2022 referendum to establish an independent board for redistricting under the state constitution, thereby ending gerrymandering in the state. Good government advocates are hopeful Republican lawmakers will be onboard, noting that both Senate leader Phil Berger and House leader Tim Moore sponsored bills to create a citizen-led redistricting commission when Republicans were in the minority over a decade ago.
Gun control advocates are calling on North Carolina lawmakers to drop proposed new regulations loosening gun control laws. Gun deaths in the U.S. spiked in 2020 over 2019; in North Carolina, they jumped up by 31 percent last year.
A new bill backed by GOP leaders would emphasize phonics in teaching pre-K and elementary students to read. Teachers would be required to have training in the "science of reading." Reading scores have recently dropped in North Carolina.
March was the busiest month for travel through RDU Airport since the pandemic started a year ago.
Hundreds of people, many maskless, joined a Christian revival show in downtown Greensboro this weekend.
Lara Trump is joining Fox News as a paid contributor but says she has not ruled out a run for North Carolina's opening Senate seat in 2022.
Two bills in the state House and Senate would raise the marriage age in North Carolina to 18 years old. Under current law, 14- and 15-year-olds who are pregnant or already parents can get married in the state. Those who are 16 or 17 years old can get married without parental consent.
The trial of Derek Chauvin, the police officer charged with murdering George Floyd, is underway in Minneapolis.
Statewide COVID-19 by the numbers: Monday, March 29
1,372 New lab-confirmed cases (910,833 total; seven-day average trending down)
873 Current hospitalizations reported (seven-day average going down; 12,085 total deaths, +57 over Monday)
19,694 Completed tests (11.28 million total; most recent positive rate was 5.7 percent)
4,654,892 Total vaccinations administered (State data not updated daily)
Sunny and warmer with a high of 72 degrees.
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Woke teachers want Shakespeare cut from curriculum: 'This is about White supremacy'
For the new breed of teachers, Shakespeare is seen less as an icon of literature and more as a tool of imperial oppression, an author who should be dissected in class or banished from the curriculum entirely.
“This is about white supremacy and colonization,” declared the teachers who founded #DisruptTexts, a group that wants staples of Western literature removed or subjected to withering criticism.
The anti-Shakespeare teachers say fans of the plays ignore the author’s problematic worldview. They say readers of Shakespeare should be required to address the “whiteness” of their thinking.
If Shakespeare must be taught, these educators say, then it should be presented with watered-down versions of the original or supplemental texts focused on equality issues.
Elizabeth Nelson, who teaches English at Twin Cities Academy in St. Paul, Minnesota, told School Library Journal that she gives her students Marxist theory when reading Shakespeare’s tragedy “Coriolanus” about the Roman leader.
Sarah Mulhern Gross told the journal that she delivered “toxic masculinity analysis” to her students reading “Romeo and Juliet” at High Technology High School in Lincroft, New Jersey.
The war against Shakespeare did not begin in 2021 or even 2020. December marked five years since students at the University of Pennsylvania removed a portrait of the Bard from their Ivy League halls.
The organizers behind #DisruptTexts put Shakespeare in the social justice crosshairs in October 2018.
The School Library Journal, which describes itself as “the premier publication for librarians and information specialists who work with children and teens,” joined the fight this year and offered young adult novels as alternatives to Shakespeare.
The librarians also showcased an essay questioning the contemporary value of the playwright responsible for classics such as “Hamlet,” “Macbeth” and “King Lear.”
“A growing number of educators are … coming to the conclusion that it’s time for Shakespeare to be set aside or deemphasized to make room for modern, diverse, and inclusive voices,” said the essay, titled “To Teach or Not to Teach: Is Shakespeare Still Relevant to Today’s Students?”
“Educators grappling with these questions are teaching, critiquing, questioning, and abandoning Shakespeare’s work, and offering alternatives for updating and enhancing curricula,” it said.
Some scholars are dubious that blacklisting Shakespeare would enhance education.
“It’s a new version of cancel culture,” said Peter Wood, president of the conservative National Association of Scholars. “They have little regard for the great books.”
A study last year by the association pinpointed a 1987 march at Stanford University as a turning point in modern education when Democratic activist Jesse Jackson led undergraduates in a chant, “Hey ho, Western civ has got to go.”
Within a year, Stanford had erased Western civilization requirement for undergraduates. At about the same time, classrooms everywhere began adopting a multicultural agenda hostile toward white male authors, according to the report.
It has long been common to modernize Shakespeare (Ian McKellen made a film of “Richard III” set in a fascism-threatened 1930s Britain) and to tiptoe around or rework the themes. “The Merchant of Venice” and “The Taming of the Shrew” have for some time rarely been performed or filmed without some contemporary intervention on matters related to, in those respective cases, anti-Semitism and sexism.
But the current opposition to Shakespeare appears more rooted in his status and rejection of the concept of timeless merit, the modern teachers say, than in arguments about such specific content matters as Iago despising the title character in “Othello” because of the Moor’s race.
“We believe that Shakespeare, like any other playwright, no more and no less, has literary merit,” wrote Lorena German, a teacher who penned #DisruptingShakespeare and is often engaged in Twitter discussions on the subject. “He is not ‘universal’ in a way that other authors are not. He is not more ‘timeless’ than anyone else.”
The organizers of #DisruptTexts, whose work is also featured by the School Library Journal and hosts regular Twitter discussions on various writers and topics, did not respond to emails asking about their approach to Shakespeare and other canonical authors.
Shakespeare is far from the only famous author to be squeezed through the social justice cheesecloth. #DisruptTexts also went after F. Scott Fitzgerald, William Golding and other dead white male writers who long dotted high school syllabuses.
But Shakespeare became the poster boy for a longer anti-White, anti-male trend in education, said Glynn Custred, a retired anthropology professor in the Cal State University system and a co-author of California’s Proposition 209, which banned racial preferences in state agencies.
“The rationale for purging Shakespeare from the curriculum, as formulated in the standard rhetoric of the left, reveals their agenda, which is the conversion of schools and universities from educational institutions to organs of indoctrination,” Mr. Custred told The Washington Times.
“Since Shakespeare’s work has been considered exemplary and universal, these claims must be discredited,” he said. “Shakespeare’s removal from the curriculum and the collective memory is thus mandatory.”
Shakespeare-averse teachers are urged to assign contemporary young adult novels as replacements or supplements. These include “The Hunger Games” and “Poet X,” which details a young Black/Hispanic teenager in Harlem who rebels against her mother’s religious upbringing and finds herself in slam poetry.
In teenage literature reviews this year, the School Library Journal often features books wrapped up in race and “queer” or “lesbian” stories. Shakespeare alternatives celebrated by these liberal teachers and critics offer “something for all teen readers and fans of the Bard,” such as a “retelling of Macbeth for the #MeToo generation,” according to an article in the librarian journal.
Such approaches, narrowly tailored to appeal to slivers of a student body, do college-bound students an injustice, and are chiefly screens for infusing students with radical left-wing political concepts, Mr. Wood said.
“It’s a race to the bottom with bad ideas,” he said. “They present themselves as the all-knowing gurus of wokeness, and on most campuses, they’ve already won.”
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Looking For Descendants Of Walter Sewell Cracroft (1795-1865) of Hackthorn Hall
Walter Sewell Cracroft (1795-1865) son of William Cracroft of Hackthorn Hall,Lincolnshire & Elizabeth Sewell Hawkes.He was Resident Councillor of Malacca,Malaysia in 1825.
He married 1st,Princess Amoy of Malay,2ndly Jane Cracroft
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bi) Bernard Walter Cracroft (1860-1905) married Madeline Ellen Williams.His issue:-
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Books Read in 2020
Et viola, a complete list of the books I read in 2020. Later today, will post my top 5 highlights.
Most read genre was fantasy, with 28 books. Then Romance and Sci-Fi with 8 each.
The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow
The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
The Last Wish (The Witcher #1) by Andrzej Sapkowski
The Invisible Library series (Books 1-3) by Genevieve Cogman
Senlin Ascends by Josiah Bancroft
The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert
Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson
Throne of Glass series (Books 1-8) by Sarah J. Maas
The Crystal Shard (The Legend of Drizz’t #4/Icewind Dale Trilogy #1) by R. A. Salvatore
Antique Magic by K*** D****** (this is an unpublished book by a friend and I don’t know if she wants her full name on tumblr)
The Broken Earth Trilogy (Books 1-3) by N. K. Jemisin
The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James
To Sleep in a Sea of Stars (partial ARC) by Christopher Paolini
Axiom’s End by Lindsay Ellis
The Memory Police by Yoko Ogawa, Translated by Stephen Snyder
Once and Future by Amy Rose Capetta and Cori McCarthy
The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson
All Systems Red by Margaret Wells
The Deep by Rivers Solomon
Follow Me to Ground by Sue Rainsford
We Ride Upon Sticks by Quan Barry
Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
The Death of Vivek Oji by Akwaeke Emezi
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
Not If I See You First by Eric Lindstrom
The Pisces by Melissa Broder
Release Me by J. Kenner
Well Met by Jen DeLuca
Well Played by Jen DeLuca
Red, White, and Royal Blue by Casey McQuinston
Royal Holiday by Jasmine Guillory
You Had Me at Hola by Alexis Daria
Party of Two by Jasmine Guillory
Over the Woodward Wall by A. Deborah Baker
The Peter Rabbit Library (Books 1-12) by Beatrix Potter
Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White
The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis
Oglaf Books 1-2
Kaguya-Sama: Love is War, Volumes 4-7 by Aka Akasaka
The Adventure Zone: Petals to the Metal by The McElroys and Carey Pietsch
Mary: The Adventures of Mary Shelley’s Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Granddaughter by Brea Grant, illustrated by Yishan Li
Queen of the Sea by Dylan Meconis
The Night Witches by Garth Ennis, Illustrated by Russ Braun
Spirit of the Earth: Indian Voices on Nature, Edited by Michael Oren Fitzgerald and Joseph A. Fitzgerald
#NotYourPrincess: Voices of Native American Women, Edited by Lisa Charleyboy and Mary Beth Leatherdale
The Lottery and Other Stories by Shirley Jackson
The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix
Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson
We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
Belinda Blinked 1-2 by Rocky Flintstone
Something that May Shock and Discredit You by Daniel M. Lavery
Unorthodox by Deborah Feldman
Life Undercover: Coming of Age in the CIA by Amaryllis Fox
How to Be Alone by Lane Moore
In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado
Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson
The Best We Could Do by Thi Bui
The Queen of Distraction: How Women with ADHD Can Conquer Chaos, Find Focus, and Get More Done by Terry Matlen, MSW
Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Med by Caroline Criado Perez
Why Fish Don’t Exist by Lulu Miller
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