The company has been running some of its comedies for longer, such as Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (four seasons), Fuller House (ending after five seasons) and Grace and Frankie (renewed for a sixth season).
Whatever the reasons, the cancellation matches a pattern from Netflix that has been aggressively cutting shows recently. It did not really explain why, but the company is known for using data to determine its programming. As strong as Santa Clarita Diet may have been in viewership, Netflix might have decided that it would not have been financially viable to leave the last three seasons behind. The streaming giant spends billions of dollars a year on the original content ̵
And unfortunately you probably will not see a resurrection on another platform. Netflix's control over the show gives him the final word on the distribution, and it's unlikely that a series will be shared that could still attract customers as a back catalog item. If Netflix does not choose to revive the series, you must be satisfied with the offer.