Parks and Recreation, Canada's Parks and Recreation, will leave Netflix on August 1, 2022, after another extension. The previously announced removal date of February 1, 2022 has been proven to be incorrect. Here’s what you need to know.
Parks and Recreation was an NBC series which ran from 2009 to 2015. The series starred Amy Poehler playing Leslie Knope, who ran Pawnee's fictional parks department. It was notable that the series returned exclusively to Peacock, USA.
Parks and Recreation is one of many NBC comedy shows that are available internationally on Netflix. Superstore, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Office are just a few of the notable titles. We concluded that Netflix's 2021 year was the golden age of sitcoms.
On February 1, 2021, six Netflix regions were awarded Parks and Recreation. These included Netflix UK, Canada and Australia as well as Sweden and Iceland.
Now it turns out that was on an exceptionally short licensing deal as among the titles listed to leave Netflix Canada on January 31st (which refers to its last day to stream – its actual removal date is February 1st) included all seven seasons of Parks and Recreation.
We can now confirm that Netflix will be closing all of its territories. This means the show was licensed for a one-year period, but it was eventually renewed for a short extension.
According to Netflix, the extension has been extended once more. Unogs reports that the show will be deleted on August 1, 2022. July 31, 2022 is your last day of viewing.
The series is currently also available in Canada on Prime Video.
The series is currently only available in the UK on Netflix, but it will soon be made available to Now TV (in the Peacock section).
The series can be viewed in Australia on Prime Video, Foxtel Now and Stan as well as Binge.
You can now watch Parks and Recreation in America starting October 2020. This series is now exclusively available on Peacock, with two seasons on the Free ad Tier and all of Seasons on Peacock Premium.
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