Netflix might lose ‘Doctor Who’ and other British shows

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(CNN) — You may want to plan a BBC binge-watching party.

According to What’s on Netflix Now, the streaming service may be losing favorites like “Doctor Who” and “Luther” come January 31 because of an expiring contract between the streaming service and BBC.

That would mean missing shows like “Little Britain” and the original “House of Cards.” Of course, the “Doctor Who” fans have already launched a petition to “save the show” on Netflix.

We’ve got our fingers crossed that the pair can work things out.

If not, there’s always Amazon Prime.

1 Comment

  • Frederick Altland (@altlandf)

    This thing with retransmission consent needs to stop. Every time you hear this your cable bills go up. Comcast even has a fee for this. There’s the Broadcast TV fee, Regional sports fee and a landlord fee. So we continue to pay more for service now we have to be nickle and dimed to death.

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