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Big shows leaving Netflix this year

December 16, 2020

With the year ending, so do some show careers on Netflix ending. With many popular shows leaving for other streaming services like PeacockNBC’s new streaming service and HBO Max.  Many streamers are picking up their rights over TV shows on Netflix.  Here are some major shows leaving Netflix in 2021. Some of the biggest shows are leaving one of the biggest streaming services and people are heated.

01. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

The theme song will tell you the entire story, but to summarize, Will’s mom sends his son to Bel-Air to live with his uncle’s affluent family because of his rough neighbourhood back in Philadelphia. Will starts to adapt to the different lifestyle and has fun at the expense of his cousins Carlton and Hilary and the snooty butler Geoffrey. The overly beloved show The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is set to leave Netflix on December 30th.

02. Friends

One of the biggest comedic sitcoms from the ’90s is based on 6 bizarre friends living in New York.  The show is based on the characters Ross, Chandler, Joey, Monica, Phoebe and Rachel and their heedless and eccentric lives. To this day, no one knows how they afford these huge apartments in Manhattan with their satisfactory jobs. The show looks into the hearts and minds of the friends and their endeavours as young adults. However, The extremely popular show Friends is set to leave Netflix on December 31st.

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  1. Bright on May 20th, 2021 9:14 am

    I normally use most of my free time to watch movies on Netflix. Due to this, I have been looking for the best movies and series to check out and have visited so many sites. But so far, your site has been one of the best I have been to, this is because it gave me some really cool movies to check out. Well, I would like to thank you for sharing this post, keep up the good work.

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