Netflix didn't own American Vandal, Iron Fist or Luke Cage, which likely helped lead to their cancelations. It's a sign of Netflix's evolution -- and shows that it is copying linear TV, where networks are favoring shows from sibling studios, says Erik Adams. He adds: "Prevailing trends aside, Netflix is never going to go 100 percent in-house; at their most ambitious, executives have called for a 50-50 split between Netflix Studios productions and licensed originals. Just look at its most recent moves: A few days after Luke Cage was knocked out, Sony Pictures Television’s Atypical was given a third season. When the American Vandal news broke, Netflix subscribers were acquainting themselves with Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina, which Warner Bros. and Berlanti Productions developed for The CW before it went streaming."