Netflix offers you fast access to a garden variety of movies and TV shows that you can instantly watch from the comfort of your home, but its catalog of titles continuously expands and contracts. The company adds plenty of new content each month but also has to cancel movies and TV shows as some licensing deals expire. Such will be the case in October when Netflix will remove a bunch of interesting titles from its library, so you should hurry up and see them in September.
However, it’s all not bad news, as the movies Netflix is removing will be available on a competing platform that you might already be using as well.
Starting October 1st, the following Epix movies won’t be available on Netflix:
- Hunger Games: Catching Fire
- Transformers: Age of Extinction
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
- Star Trek: Into Darkness
- World War Z
- Wolf of Wall Street
- Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
- God’s Not Dead
The movies, however, will be available on Hulu, as Epix on Sunday confirmed that it inked a deal with Hulu to bring these titles to the Netflix rival starting October 1st.
In addition to the titles above, several other Epix movies are going to be available on Hulu including Interstellar, Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, Selma, The Spongebob Movie: Sponge out of Water and Top Five.
Read more details about Netflix’s decision to terminate its deal with Epix at the source link.