Watch that 70s Show : Now that ‘That ’70s Show’ has left Netflix, where can you watch it?
The eight seasons of That ’70s Show were abruptly removed from Netflix earlier this September, leaving the Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher comedy without a home on the platform.
The show has been streaming on the service since 2012, and together with Friends, The Office, Parks & Recreation, and New Girl, it is regarded to be one of the most popular classic comedies on the platform.
For example, in the first three months of 2019, 131 million episodes of the show were streamed on the platform.
Despite the show’s obvious success, Netflix has decided not to renew its licencing agreement with That ’70s Show, which means the show is currently unavailable on any of the major streaming sites.
This means that fans who want to view the show online can only do so through Amazon, which sells episodes for $1.99 each.
Nobody has said when That ’70s Show would return to a streaming service, and no one has said when they will. However, there are a few indicators as to where it might go.
The Carsey-Werner Company, which previously produced The Cosby Show, Roseanne, and 3rd Rock From the Sun, created the sitcom. The first two are available on Amazon Prime Video, while the third is available through Amazon’s IMDb TV add-on.
As a result, That ’70s Show could join those shows on Amazon in the future. Roseanne and the Cosby Show spin-off A Different World, according to Deadline, have deals that expire in 2020, so they might all leave the service to join another.
The show’s possible arrival on Amazon has been hinted at. The Amazon Help account responded to a Twitter request to add the show to their service by tweeting: “Hello there! We understand your disappointment that That ’70s Show isn’t available on Prime Video.
Our collection varies on a regular basis. We value customer feedback in order to improve, and we will forward your inquiry to the appropriate department.”
“At least 3-4 other places,” according to Carsey-Werner TV Distribution chief Carsey-Werner, have indicated interest in the show, which is expected to sell for a nine-figure sum.
Amazon and Disney+, which now owns Fox and aired That ’70s Show throughout its eight-year original TV run, are both likely bidders. Other potential streaming homes for the future show are HBO Max and Peacock.
Fans should not rule out the possibility of That ’70s Show coming to Netflix in the future.
With The Office and Parks & Recreation departing for Peacock, Friends departing for HBO Max, and New Girl presumably departing for Disney+, Netflix may find itself in a position to pay top cash to maintain one of its final major classic sitcoms.
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