‘The Office’ Is Officially Leaving Netflix. But You Still Have Time to Watch It


When you haven’t seen the beloved NBC TV present The Workplace but, it may be time to begin watching. The present goes to be faraway from Netflix on the finish of 2020.

Netflix introduced Tuesday that NBCUniversal is taking again the rights to the present, which is considered one of many most-streamed sequence of all time on the platform. Nevertheless, the hit present isn’t more likely to disappear into the community’s archive. Netflix mentioned that The Workplace will as an alternative be streamed on NBC’s new streaming service, which the corporate introduced in January.

“We’re sad that NBC has decided to take The Office back for its own streaming platform — but members can binge watch the show to their hearts’ content ad-free on Netflix until January 2021,” Netflix wrote on Twitter.

CNBC reported in January that NBCUniversal plans to launch a brand new streaming service which will probably be free to subscribers of its father or mother firm, Comcast, in addition to subscribers of different TV providers resembling Constitution, AT&T and Dish. The service, which can have advertisements, may also be obtainable to different viewers for a payment of about $12 a month.

Whereas Netflix has lengthy been the best-known streaming service, different firms are encroaching on the corporate’s territory. Disney, Apple and AT&T have all introduced plans to roll out new streaming providers over the subsequent two years.

Some trade specialists have prompt that new challengers might imply hassle for Netflix. Older content material which Netflix acquired from different firms can be rated extra extremely than unique Netflix content material, in line with trade analyst agency Ampere Analysis. Acquired titles have a median score of 82, in comparison with 77 for unique Netflix exhibits.

Netflix has reportedly labored aggressively to carry on to its hottest content material. It shelled out $100 million to WarnerMedia for rights to Associates via 2019, in line with the New York Instances.

Write to Tara Regulation at tara.law@time.com.


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