“The Society” Creator Says He Wasn’t Surprised The Show Was Cancelled By Netflix

Noble Horvath

If you’re still upset over Netflix’s cancellation of The Society, you are certainly not alone. The show’s abrupt end caused quite a stir, especially since the series had already been renewed for a second season prior to it being cancelled.



Kathryn Newton wearing a hat: In new interviews, "The Society" creator Christopher Keyser says he wasn't surprised by the show's cancellation despite the fact that it was renewed for season two.


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In new interviews, “The Society” creator Christopher Keyser says he wasn’t surprised by the show’s cancellation despite the fact that it was renewed for season two.

Now the creator of The Society is revealing that the news wasn’t too much of a surprise, especially with everything that had been going on behind the scenes.

“I got a call from Netflix saying, ‘We have made this decision.’ It was obviously pretty upsetting and abrupt. We were dealing with Netflix and the rise in the budget and all of that kind of stuff… There were ongoing conversations — we knew that there were challenges for this,” Christopher Keyser told

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Healthcare Information Technology Market Analysis: Global Industry Trends, Share, Key Players, Forecast to 2025

Noble Horvath

The MarketWatch News Department was not involved in the creation of this content.

Aug 25, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware This Global Healthcare Information Technology report studies the industry based on one or more segments covering key players, types, applications, products, technology, end-users, and regions for historical data as well as provides forecasts for next few years.

Healthcare revenue cycle management market is poised to reach USD 114.5 billion by 2025. Healthcare revenue cycle management industry has established presence of industry players that dominate market by providing superior quality software. Development and high preference for big data analytics should positively influence the HRCM business growth in foreseeable future.

Emergence of artificial intelligence in healthcare will serve as a high impact rendering factor for the healthcare IT market. Artificial intelligence helps in providing practitioner assistance and decision support for tasks such as patient diagnosis and symptom analysis, thereby leading

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NC computer system failed as classes started. But vendor got a contract extension.

Noble Horvath

The company in charge of the statewide computer system that repeatedly crashed during the first week of online classes has received a contract extension.

The State Board of Education approved Thursday a one-year, $1.7 million contract extension with Identity Automation, the vendor in charge of the NCEdCloud system that many North Carolina students and teachers use to access online classes. The system crashed on Aug. 17 and Aug. 19, keeping many people from being able to log into online classes.

State Superintendent Mark Johnson said on Aug. 19 that “blunt discussions” would be held with the company. He told the state board on Thursday that the timing helped lead to better terms during contract negotiations.

“We don’t want there to be any more problems,” Johnson said Thursday. “We don’t want these issues to happen.

“We have a very strong amendment now that if something does happen, we’d know there

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Myanmar court convicts Maung Saungkha for protesting internet shutdowns; all charges must be rescinded

Noble Horvath

Access Now calls on Myanmar authorities to immediately rescind charges against poet and activist Maung Saungkha. 

Reports have come out of Yangon today that Maung Saungkha was found guilty of violating Section 4 of the Peaceful Assembly and Peaceful Procession Law, which requires people give advanced notice to hold a protest. His crime? Hanging a banner asking “Is the internet being shut down to hide war crimes and killing people?” from an overpass in downtown Yangon on June 21. This marked the one-year anniversary of internet shutdowns in several townships in the Rakhine and Chin states, one of the longest running internet shutdowns in the world. 

The international community has repeatedly raised concerns around the continuing internet shutdown and its impact on rights of communities, and the furtherance of targeted violence. The UN Special Rapporteur on Myanmar has called upon government authorities to rescind the decision and remove the ban

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5 cars that’d make for slick, modern-day batmobiles

Noble Horvath





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We’re about to dawn a new era of the Dark Knight dynasty. As Robert Pattinson suits up for the upcoming ‘The Batman’ 2021 movie, the world is eager to see what the next batmobile would look like.

After 2008’s ‘The Tumbler’ from The Dark Knight Series, it pretty much set the bar high for modern-era batmobiles. They aren’t just gadget-jacked machines like they were in the ‘80s, they’re now brawny and more sinister-looking automobiles with a touch of futurism. Over the past year, tons of concepts and supercars have surfaced that would have a fitting spot in the batcave. Whether they come in black or not, here are the top 5 automobiles we’d like to see alongside the Caped Crusader in the next Batman film.

Aston Martin Valkyrie



Aston Martin Valkyrie


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Aston Martin Valkyrie

The Valkyrie in all black, just like the Batman,

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