Scandal And Once Upon A Time To Go Off Netflix Soon; Here's Why

Just like 2020 came with tons of pleasant announcements for Netflix, it also left audience a little disappointed. The year 2020 will see the departure of two shows from the OTT platform – Scandal and Once Upon A Time. More deets inside

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Scandal And Once Upon A Time To Go Off Netflix Soon; Here's Why
Announcements of fresh and following seasons to hit the digital platform have kept audiences glued to one of the giants of the OTT platforms, Netflix. However, two announcements came as disappointment to its viewers in the recent past. OTT platform which featured ABC shows, Scandal and Once Upon A Time are set to depart the platform in the upcoming months to Disney+, as per reports on a portal, what's on This reports stated the reason for the series' departure from the platform, months from when it will shift its base and also its availability in certain territory.

Beginning with Scandal starring Kerry Washington in the key role, this series’ 7 seasons were featured on Netflix. It was a huge success, so far with seven seasons having a bank of 124 episodes it shall leave Netflix in May 2020. Reason behind this departure is the OTT platform’s being in midst of reacquiring content for its upcoming year. Though the content is departing Netflix, it is not yet confirmed to be feature on Disney +. Though the show is currently available on Netflix US it is speculated of Netflix in Brazil, Canada, South Korea, Mexico, and Argentina too shall move its base.

Moving on the next show, One Upon A Time. 155 episodes divided into 7 seasons, this show was always aiming to shift its base to Disney + keeping in mind its huge range of Disney characters. This big move will take place in September 2020 around Sept. 6th.  Show’s seventh season was premiered in September 2018, its license expires September 6th, 2020.

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