Netflix December 2020 will be a tremendous shakeup for hands of the most popular series there. Specifically, dozens of popular shows and movies are being removed from Netflix by the end of the month. While this happens every with the expression of licensing deals December is different. Due to that difference a large number of serious like the office are disappear. Of course, in the past these would’ve simply been new but changing times I finally catching up to Netflix. That being said, Netflix has been doing it best to adjust to the changes. Specifically, it has been increasing its original series and gaining new licensing deals whenever possible. Still, fans of certain series have an ever-shrinking window of time to finish what they’re watching before it’s gone.
Why are so many series that are associated with Netflix such as the office (leaving December 30th) leaving? One reason is that most of the series and movies licensing deals with Netflix expire this December. As with any copyrighted material in order for it to be shown on Netflix they had to signed a deal. What makes it different this time around is that in the past these deals would simply be renewed. However, in the last couple of years many of the networks that aired their material on Netflix no longer. This is because most of them have created their own streaming service such as NBC’s Peacock or Disney plus. while not all the shows that are leaving will make their way onto services some will.
Amongst the notable departures from Netflix playlists this December are several series that have become by words for the site. This includes the office, the West Wing, Dexter, and many others. Also, fans are hoping for so disappointed as the majority series will have all the seasons removed. In addition to the loss of the television series notable movies are sharing the same fate. These include the Indiana Jones films, back to the future films, and Ip Man films to name a few. Many of the films will likely appear on other streaming services. However, the convenience of having them all on one streaming service is coming to an end this December.