Fans were pretty upset at the shock news.
If you were hoping to binge Derry Girls on Netflix, it looks like you’ll be waiting a while again, as the streaming service has announced today (Tuesday July 14) that they have taken season two of the hit Channel 4 show off their platform.
Explaining their reasons in a tweet, Netflix explained that they jumped the gun a little with the release date and so, have had to temporality take down the show.
UPDATE: it looks like we were a bit early with this one so have had to take season two down for now. We’ll let you know when it’s coming back as soon as we can. In the meantime, it’s available now on All 4. https://t.co/UQR5dZvqeb
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) July 14, 2020
Like mentioned above, the show is currently available to watch on All 4, with a subscription service also available to remove all the promotions; that’s if the ad breaks drive you mad.
In Netflix news that’s a little bit more exciting, a new Jack Whitehall special is dropping next week, Selling Sunset season three is out in less than a month, the Kissing Booth is releasing a sequel in 10 days; eeeek, and you can prepare for more Lucifer too, with just over a month to wait for that.
Yep, good things are coming, folks!
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