The AMC series will be one of the high profile shows to leave Netflix in December 2021 Turn: Washington spy Which left the United States entirely on December 1st.
Created by Craig Silverstein, the AMC series began broadcasting on the cable network in 2014 for four seasons.
The series starred Jamie Bell, Seth Numrich, Daniel Henschel and Heather Lind, and was set in the late 1700s during the American Revolutionary War, shortly after the British reclaimed Long Island.
A total of 40 episodes were made with the final episode airing on August 12, 2017, and despite the poor reviews of the first season, the critics were much more kind the next season.
Netflix has aired the show in the United States since March 2015, and new asons are coming out every year.
Why Turn: Washington Spies Leaving Netflix?
Its the final season Turn: Washington spy Arrived on Netflix on December 2, 2017. Now, four years later, the rights to the series are coming up for renewal which means Netflix will have to renew it (which seems impossible) or it will be gone as part of the November / December 2021 exit list, December 1, 2021.
In recent years, AMC has decided to exclusively license their new content to AMC + or elsewhere. At the moment, Good call Saul And The Walking Dead Only two shows to get regular updates on Netflix. You can still watch other AMC shows on Netflix.
There was a recent removal from the AMC library from Netflix Hell on Wheels Which left Netflix in December 2020.
Turn: Are Washington spies leaving Netflix Canada?
Netflix Canada got season two at the same time as the United States, but it’s not clear if the AMC show will end there. Perhaps if you want to see the Canadian drama, do it now.
Where to turn: Next to Washington’s Spice Stream?
After the release of Netflix, we strongly doubt that this series will become exclusive to AMC +, as this show is owned and distributed by AMC.
In case of recent departure Hell on Wheelss, the series has found its way to The Roku channel so it is likely to end on an AVOD channel.
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