Family Guy will be leaving Netflix worldwide in January 2022. The series has been on Netflix for the last few years in the US.
It is not necessary to introduce the Seth MacFarlane sitcom, which is adult-animated. This series is about Peter Griffin and his dysfunctional family as they navigate their lives.
Netflix is a popular way to watch Family Guy. While Netflix does not have the original seasons, they do offer newer episodes in an incredibly timely manner. This was true until the 19th season, and we now know why. Family Guy will be leaving Netflix worldwide on January 1, 2022.
Unogs reports that Netflix has 24 countries where Family Guy is still available. Netflix Canada, however, seems to be the most pertinent to overall coverage.
Netflix streams only select episodes of most shows in the majority of cases. Netflix Canada is streaming only seasons 12-18, however. It is now in its 20th season, which started airing on Fox in September 2021. The current renewal is for season 21.
The following countries are notable for losing Family Guy between January 2022 and February 2022:
Netflix USA is several years ahead of Netflix International when it comes time to remove Family Guy. The show was canceled in two stages. In 2017, the first season ended and in 2018, the second set of episodes began to leave.
Family Guy will be removed along with a number of popular 20th Television titles that remained on Netflix international long after their departure from Netflix USA. Modern Family, How I Met Your Mother and Prison Break are some of the most popular titles.
You may be aware that Disney bought 20th Television in the recent past. Family Guy, therefore, is now Disney's property. This has allowed for some more hilarious gags.
The series can now be viewed on Disney+ Star, with all seasons available in most countries. In the US, the show hasn’t made its way onto Disney+ but instead is a mainstay of Hulu.
Family Guy will be gone from Netflix on January 20, 2022. Will this make you sad? Are you going to switch over to Disney+ instead? Comment below to let us know.