One of two classic series from ViacomCBS’s library set to leave Netflix in July 2021 includes both seasons of the original show that aired on ABC, Twin Peaks which came from visionaries David Lynch and Mark Frost.
The classic series' two seasons, which aired from April 1990 to June 1991, will be ending on Netflix in the United States (only) July 1, 2021.
This series was created to answer one simple question. What happened to Laura Palmer? This is not a simple question, but it's a complex story with the best television of that time.
All told, this means that 30 episodes will be lost along with The Twilight Zone. This would mean that more than 130 episodes of content could disappear by July 1, alongside all the movies on Netflix.
If Twin Peaks leaves Hulu in the near future, Twin Peaks could become an exclusive Paramount+ or Showtime show.
This shouldn’t be a massive surprise given that ViacomCBS is only selectively licensing out content nowadays and usually it’s to serve the purpose of driving people to their own service.s
Although the rebooted Twin Peaks series has not been available on Netflix USA, it can be viewed in many Latin American countries, including Brazil, Colombia and Argentina.
Netflix has lost a lot of great classic television shows with the cancellations of Twin Peaks in July 2021 and The Twilight Zone. There are a handful of game shows, and some cartoons from the 1980s and 1990s that Netflix has left but most of its content is gone.
David Lynch-lovers will want to keep their Netflix subscriptions. His short movie WHAT DID JACK DO? will remain on Netflix for the foreseeable plus last November, we reported on the fact he’s likely reteaming up with Mark Frost on a new project that’s going under the name of Unrecorded Night.
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