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EntertainmentFriends, CW Shows Likely to Exit Netflix for Warner's New Streaming Service

02:05  12 february  2019
02:05  12 february  2019 Source:   tvline.com

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With Warner set to release their own streaming service in late 2019 how will this affect Netflix ? Therefore any Warner title that is licensed to stream by Netflix such as Friends , can be removed Warner is a co-producer on all of the shows and also their distributor. The only potential stumbling

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Friends, CW Shows Likely to Exit Netflix for Warner's New Streaming Service© Courtesy of NBC Universal

Better binge as much of the Central Perk gang on Netflix while you can: Friends is likely heading to WarnerMedia’s upcoming streaming service soon, the streamer’s boss says.

“You can expect the crown jewels of Warner” — referring to hit shows like Friends and The Big Bang Theory — “will ultimately end up on the new service,” WarnerMedia chief creative officer Kevin Reilly told reporters at the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Monday. (In fact, both those shows were specifically included in the service’s promotional materials.) And he’s not planning on sharing them with Netflix or any other competitors, either: “Sharing destination assets is not a good model. My belief is they should be exclusive to the service.”

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Netflix will continue operating under the deal struck in 2016 with CBS’ s subsidary The CW in 2019. The CW Titles Coming to Netflix in 2019. Titles are listed in alphabetical order. In The Dark is a brand new comedy likely bought into replacing the outgoing Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.

The CW is heading into one its strongest lineups in many years with its DC series firing on all cylinders, as well as plenty of teen dramas, comedies and action series all arriving in the next few months. Here’ s all The CW shows that are coming to Netflix including their estimated release date.

Along with those hit sitcoms, the WarnerMedia streaming service — which still doesn’t have a name or a price point, but is set to launch in beta form by the end of the year — has its eye on CW shows like The Flash, Arrow and Riverdale that currently make Netflix their streaming home. The CW’s output deal with Netflix expires this spring, Reilly points out, and “we’re very interested in putting that on our platform.”

The unnamed service will also offer access to HBO programming and the Warner Bros. library of theatrical films. Original programming is planned as well, but won’t start rolling out until next year.

Friends, which originally aired on NBC from 1994 to 2004, has been available to stream on Netflix since 2015. The streamer recently paid a reported $100 million to keep Friends through the end of this year — but that agreement is non-exclusive, allowing WarnerMedia’s new service to add Friends as soon as it launches.

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Should Netflix ’ s license of the show expire we’ll likely know come December 2018 when we There’ s been no announcement of what content is coming to Warner Brothers streaming service with the Netflix UK only got Friends added to the service during 2018. The series had been longrunning on

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