Netflix Question again

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  1. lacubs

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    when they take down the fault in our stars? thanks
     
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    Sorry. I don't understand your question.
     
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    Jhon69

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    Recommend you use your Netflix search function to find this movie.
    When I googled it,it showed that it aired January 13.Good Luck!
     
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    trh

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    Now I understand. The Fault in Our Stars.

    Doesn't appear to be on Netflix, but it can be rented for $3.99 on Fandango, Google Play, Prime Video, and Vudu.
     
  5. Feb 1, 2019 #5 of 13
    lacubs

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    thanks, to everyone, sorry I was in rush last night, trying to see how i can help my place that i help out at, we have a movie day a week and seems like every movie that they have listed for this month has removed from Nexflix, so i was trying figure out when it's removed
     
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    I checked all the new/leaving Netflix lists for 2018 and 2019 and it's nowhere on those lists. So if it was ever on Netflix, it was removed over a year ago.

    Netflix is basically another premium channel when it comes to movie rights, especially after the premium channels launched their own authenticated streaming services giving them exclusive streaming rights to most of the movies they have in rotation. So there is very little overlap for movies between Netflix, Showtime/TMC, HBO/Cinemax, Starz/Encore and Epix. The Fault in Our Stars went to HBO for its premium window, so it's possible Netflix never had it for streaming in the USA.
     
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    trh

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    I have a Roku and their Blog sends me an email near the end of each month And there are other sites that provide the same info. So you might want to subscribe to a similar site to keep up to date on new arrivals and departures.
     
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    can you recommend a few of them blogs? so I can subscribe keep up to date on new arrivals and departures, thanks
     
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    Yes I did make a mistake(sorry) when I regoogled it it showed Netflix-UK in the address.
     
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    If you subscribe to NetFlix you should be getting notification each time something new is added. If you check the Google News feed you will see several sites that will tell you what's coming and going each month and I get a couple that tell me what's coming and going weekly. I get the Google News feed on my phone, tablets and computers. You might not see those notices every day but they will pop up. Many sites do this at the beginning of each month.

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  11. lacubs

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    thanks
     
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    Lifehacker is one site that puts out a weekly notice about what's coming to NF this week. Just got one today.

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