With it less-than-stellar reviews, it's not a huge surprise that Netflix has opted not to renew the psychological thriller "Gypsy," which stars Naomi Watts as an unethical therapist.

Deadline reports that the cancellation was a surprise, however, because writers were already working on storylines and scripts for a second season.

"Gypsy" was the first starring TV role for Watts, who's currently costarring on "Twin Peaks: The Return."

Watts has a supporting part as Brie Larson's unorthodox mother in "The Glass Castle," which opens today. It has also received so-so reviews, but could potentially lead to another Oscar nom for Watts, who was previously nominated for "The Impossible" and "21 Grams."

Watts hasn't had much luck lately with critics, who savaged her recent movies "The Book of Henry" and "Shut In."

Better luck with the next one, Naomi!