American TV series often want to reach 100 episodes so they can be sold into syndication. Streaming services, however, seem less motivated to reach this goal; Netflix series typically have 8-10 episodes per season and they are notorious for cancelling shows after 3 seasons. Inspired by Lucifer ending its run at 93 episodes (83 + 10 in season 6), just short of the goal, I was curious to know if a streaming service had ever renewed a series enough to put it into syndication. It's OK if the series started on another network as long as it had less than 100 episodes before the service renewed it.
The full 100 isn't always necessary; Netflix has sold Bojack Horseman reruns to Comedy Central despite it finishing at 77 episodes.