Netflix is doing another thing wrong,but it’s for something good

According to Slate,some classic movies are passed their sell by dates.Classic movies from Warner Bros,MGM and  Universal are going to disappear today(May 1st).

That means goodbye to Goldfinger,Stardust Memorys,Dr.No and lots of other films.

This has disappointed lots of users,this happens all the time.It’s because,Netflix needs licences and they run out or it cost too much for the amount of people who watch them.Make it better,no?,me neither.

A Netflix spokesperson said”Netflix is a dynamic service, we constantly update the TV shows and movies that are available to our members,” The spokesperson said. “We will add more than 500 titles May 1  but we also have titles expiring, this ebb and flow happens all the time.”

This latest thing  allegedly comes from the launch of  Warner Bros. Instant,according to Slate.That service provides movies by  Warner Bros., MGM, and Universal’s classic movies.Hmm…

However,according to the spokesperson,the movie’s removal are being removed because of a deal with Epix.”The vast majority of the titles that expire on Wednesday are older features that were aggregated by Epix,” the spokesperson  said. “We recently added many great, more recent titles such as ParaNorman (Universal), Hunger Games (Epix), Safe (Epix) and Bachelorette (Weinstein). Tomorrow we will also add MI:2, among many other titles.”

As you may or may not know,Netfix’s 4-year deal with Starz ended last year,that caused a-lot of users to yell madly at their computer or whatever they use to watch Netflix.They lost films like Young  Frankenstein,” “Toy Story 3,” and “Gangs of New York.”This was extremely bad for them,because Starz owns many of the rights to many good movies.

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