Can't find your favorite movie on NETFLIX anymore? Here's why

Matthew Hendricks By Matthew Hendricks, 13th Oct 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Because Netflix’s licensing deal with major studios such as MGM and Universal expired in May, about 2,000 titles were removed from their listings.

Can't find your favorite movie on NETFLIX anymore? Here's why

According to fox8.com, Netflix says its goal is to be an “expert programmer” rather than a “broad distributor” of videos.

Under the almost 2,000 titles were over a dozen seasons of South Park, and classic James Bond films to name a couple.

Sodahead.com reports that on the other side of the removals, Netflix is also adding 500 movies and will continue to build out their selection with new content, like the upcoming fourth season of "Arrested Development."

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Licensing, Mgm, Movies, Movies Gone, Netflix, Universal

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author avatar Matthew Hendricks
Matthew Hendricks has been writing on various topics for various websites for the past six years. His background includes media, web design, videography, video editing and consumer reviews.

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