Having already lost Friends, and knowing it The office is Parks and Entertainment are about to come out in the future, Netflix fans were particularly devastated to wake up Monday to realize that another popular comedy had suddenly disappeared from the streaming service altogether. Netflix has long been home to all eight seasons of That show from the 70s, but that changed this week, as the entire series is nowhere to be found. Not only has it left Netflix, it isn’t currently streaming on any other major service.
This news comes just three days after Netflix lost all seven seasons of One time Once upon a time, even if the situations are a little different. For one, Netflix has already announced it Once upon a time he would leave the service, as he was included in the “Last Chance” section of the September newsletter. Fans know this too Once upon a time stands for Disney +, where it will debut at the end of the month. That show from the 70s it wasn’t in the September newsletter, nor was a new streaming home announced. He’s just stuck in TV limbo.
In recent years, there have been major expenses to allow streaming services to access some of the major sitcoms. NBCUniversal paid more than $ 400 million to regain the rights The office for his new Peacock service. WarnerMedia shelled out $ 500 million for Friends and reportedly double that for The Big Bang Theory. Netflix has even made its (likely nine-figure) move to acquire Seinfeld in 2021. These popular shows are laying the foundation for future streaming catalogs.
While That show from the 70s It won’t be as high-priced as some of the other programs mentioned earlier, it’s still an eight-season series that has a pretty substantial following. The fact that it only took a few hours for the series to become trending on Twitter following its removal from Netflix should make this point clear enough.
It will be interesting to see where That show from the 70s goes after and how long his new streaming deal will last. There is always the possibility, of course, that the series will return to Netflix, but other options are absolutely possible too.
You are disappointed to see That show from the 70s leaving Netflix? Where do you think it will go next? Let us know in the comments!