UNITED STATES.- Inevitably, Netflix constantly removes content from its platform and, for this reason, 21 films Y series will you say goodbye to the giant of streaming. Therefore, in the Intra News We will tell you until what day you have to be able to enjoy them. Luckily, we will also leave you some recommendations to see if you have nothing to look at if you have already finished that marathon.
First of all, it is worth noting that Netflix he adds content every month and, therefore, some of the productions also leave the catalog to make room for the new. One of the reasons is that the reproduction licenses expire and many studios decide not to renew or, failing that, they join their respective companies, such as Disney Plus.
“We do everything possible to preserve the content you want to see, but we acquire license rights for series and movies for a certain period of time, not indefinitely, so some titles are no longer available on Netflix,” says the platform of streaming, so if a series or movie will leave the giant it is because “our license agreement with the content provider is about to end. Every time a series or film is going to expire, we evaluate whether to renew or not using the same criteria that we apply for possible new content ”.
Series and movies that will say goodbye to Netflix
April 14: Final Girl; Final Destination 5; Sex and the City 2; Eddie Murphy: Delirious; Ocean’s Twelve; Ocean’s Thirteen; The Darkest Dawn; Hungerford; Psychonauts; Team Chocolate. April 16: Transcendence; Gru, Despicable Me; Group 2; Spider-Man: A New Universe. April 17: My dog is my guide; Roh’s Beauty; The walls of the moon; Because we’re heading out; 30 days of luxury; Warda; Jeopardy.
Recommendations from Intra News
Although “Despicable Me” or “Spider-Man: A New Universe” have been in great pain, you can also enjoy some animated films such as “Spirited Away”, “Ana and Bruno”, “The Little Prince” or “The incredible Vagabond Castle.” Now, if you are looking for a series, you can give “The Crown”, “Black Mirror”, “Lucifer” or “Dark” a shot. Remember that you have until April 14, 16 or 17 to enjoy the titles that will say goodbye in Netflix.