‘Continuum’ Leaving Netflix in November 2019

Review Ethan / 2022-08-04 02:56:43

Netflix is set to make November a busy month with yet another highly-acclaimed series due to leave the site. Next on the list is Continuum. Here’s when Continuum will be leaving Netflix plus we’ll touch on some reasons as to why you should watch the show.

Showcase, Canada is the source of this sci-fi series. They also stream their Lost Girl series via Netflix.

Continuum, a high-rated action sci-fi thriller that ran from 2012 to 2015 was rated 7.6/10 by IMDb. This series premiered on Netflix in 2013, with more seasons added every week.

It was about a 2077 detective who returned in the future to find a criminal. For those who think that premise sounds familiar, it’s because it’s reminiscent of Netflix’s Travelers which sadly ended last year.


When is Continuum going to leave Netflix and what are the reasons?

The United States will be able to stream all four seasons on Netflix starting November 15, 2018.

Netflix and Showcase have decided to not renew their streaming licences. This is the reason why the content was removed. If Netflix is the reason for removal, it’s likely because not enough people are watching to justify the renewal and Showcase could’ve also sold the rights elsewhere.

Does the final decision have to be made? This seems like it. In recent months, we’ve seen some fantastic TV series leave Netflix as the streaming service spends its money more wisely or in some cases, have content providers pull their content for their own services.

Also leaving in November 2019 is the British hit Last Tango in Halifax and CBS’s Blue Bloods.

No other streaming service currently carries Continuum at present but that doesn’t necessarily mean one doesn’t pick it up in the future.

The series is still available in other regions, including Australia, South Korea and Singapore.

Netflix UK lost Continuum in June 2019 and was first to do so.



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