It all started in February this year when it was announced that the popular marvel shows would soon leave Netflix. And after six months since the news, the job is finally done. After streaming on Netflix for years, ultimately, all of the Disney shows will soon be leaving the streaming giant. As of now, only two Disney-owned shows are streaming on Netflix. And both soon will leave, starting with a three seasoned show from 2015.
Want to know which shows we are talking about and where can you stream them after they leave? Then keep on reading.
The last 2 Disney-owned shows are finally leaving Netflix
Quantico’s time on Netflix is drawing to a close. The ABC drama series has already been streaming in its whole for four years. But will be ending in September 2022. The FBI thriller, starring Priyanka Chopra, was about an FBI trainee named Alex Parrish who has been accused of a terrorist plan and must figure out who of her classmates framed her.
The show aired 57 episodes over three seasons from 2015 and 2018. Quantico is available in both the United States and Canada. In both cases, all three seasons will end on September 2nd, 2022. Quantico premiered on Netflix in 2016, with the second and third seasons following in 2017 and 2018, respectively. The show is one of the few remaining Disney-owned programs available on Netflix, a number that has steadily declined over the years as rights expire.
After Quantico, just two ABC programs will be available on Netflix. Both are Shonda Rhimes series, with the first being How to Get Away with Murder and the second being Grey’s Anatomy. The former will be leaving Netflix soon, although Grey’s Anatomy is still receiving new seasons, implying that it will likely remain on the site for the foreseeable future.
Where can you stream Quantico now after its departure?
In most parts of the world, Quantico is already on its permanent new streaming home, Disney+. But in the US Disney’s streaming approach has been divided into two parts: Disney+ and Hulu. The majority of family-oriented material goes to Disney+, while more adult-oriented content goes to Hulu. In the case of Quantico, might be on Hulu, but we’ve seen some other titles air on Disney+ in recent months, so it might be both.
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