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Netflix got rid of American Horror Story? Why?

Old 09-10-22, 01:26 PM
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Netflix got rid of American Horror Story? Why?

I thought the show was doing pretty good on Netflix. I just noticed today that the American Horror Story show isnt on Netflix anymore.

What the heck?
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Re: Netflix got rid of American Horror Story? Why?

Streaming rights eventually expire. The entire series is on Hulu. And Hulu is co-owned by Disney who owns AHS. Netflix is considered a third party streamer.
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Re: Netflix got rid of American Horror Story? Why?

Mickey Mouse took it back to the Magic Kingdom.
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Re: Netflix got rid of American Horror Story? Why?

We have no idea how well a streaming show is doing unless it gets renewed/canceled or the service publicly brags about the numbers.
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Re: Netflix got rid of American Horror Story? Why?

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I thought the show was doing pretty good on Netflix. I just noticed today that the American Horror Story show isnt on Netflix anymore.

What the heck?
I did a Google search and found several articles from late 2021 and early 2022 explaining the Netflix streaming rights would expire in March 2022 and when they expire the show won't be there anymore. It appears to be a standard business practice for streaming services.
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