Disney Channel’s Liv and Maddie is expected to depart Netflix in the US in full in April 2021 as the rights are set to revert back into Disney’s hands where the show will be a permanent fixture of the Disney+ library. Here’s what you need to know.
It is anticipated that the show will leave Netflix in April 2021, four years after it was last added to Netflix. After its final season in America on Disney Channel, the show has been available to stream online since May 2015. New seasons have also arrived at Netflix.
Liv and Maddie featured Benjamin King, Joey Bragg and Kali Rocha. It was about a child star who returns home to Hollywood only to discover that her or her friends have changed.
Netflix only has Liv and Maddie in the US. All other countries have the series exclusively on Disney+.
Although we don’t have confirmation via the Liv and Maddie page for removal, we have got confirmation that the show is destined to be hitting Disney+ in April 2021 (on April 23rd) in the United States all but confirming its removal from Netflix.
After the removal of Liv and Maddie, that will leave Bunk’d as the only major title from Disney Channel on Netflix with Sofia the First being one of the last remaining Disney Junior titles on Netflix.
A number of other Disney titles remain on Netflix for a while including Walt Disney’s Short Films Collection (although believed to be removed this October), The Muppets, a few Disney Nature titles, Radio Rebel, Princess and the Frog, and Tini: The New Life of Violetta. That’s also not including many ABC titles which are due to depart over the coming years.
Check out our "Leaving Soon" post to see all eight seasons of Weeds and what other Netflix US shows are coming soon.
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