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‘Red vs. Blue’ Leaving Netflix in January 2020

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Crimson vs. Blue – Image: Warner Brothers / Rooster Teeth

The hit Rooster Teeth, Crimson vs. Blue spanning 13 seasons shall be departing Netflix in January 2020. Where is the assortment headed subsequent and why is it leaving Netflix? Let’s get rid of a inspect. 

The moving assortment that uses sources from the hit on-line sport assortment Halo is made up our minds after the Halo tournament of 2552. It’s a comedy assortment that sees two armies on reverse sides of a canyon war for true property in the galaxy.

Netflix has carried the level to since 2014 however had one or two seasons streaming for a couple of years. In 2016, on the opposite hand, Netflix picked up an additional 11 seasons.

Every season of Crimson vs. Blue is attributable to recede every Netflix set on January 1st, 2020. That involves Netflix in the US, Netflix UK, Canada, Australia, Europe, Latin The United States and Asia.

It’s price noting season 14-17 of Crimson vs. Blue aren’t on Netflix neither are they inclined to be joining anytime rapidly.

Why is Crimson vs. Blue leaving Netflix?

Rooster Teeth is owned by Otter Media which is attributable to this truth owned by WarnerMedia which is attributable to this truth owned by AT&T.

Rooster Teeth bellow material is headed for HBO Max (owned by AT&T) and that’s where we’re awaiting Crimson vs. Blue, likely in full, will prove streaming after it leaves Netflix. HBO Max isn’t attributable to release in the US market in Might possibly possibly well additionally simply 2020.

It’s why we’re seeing Friends recede Netflix, Disney titles and heaps others.

The edifying knowledge is that you simply may possibly procure every season (including other folks that weren’t on Netflix) on Roosterteeth.com. It’s likely you’ll additionally procure the total assortment on Youtube.

Beyond simply Crimson vs. Blue streaming on HBO Max, the provider has additionally commissioned a brand novel assortment from the provider too including season 2 of Gen:Lock.

Will you miss Crimson vs. Blue as soon because it leaves Netflix? Let us know in the feedback down under.

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