Scripps Network Interactive has made the decision not to renew their content contract with Netflix. This means shows on HGTV, Food Network, Travel Channel, Cooking Channel, and DIY will all be pulled from the Netflix library.
According to Cinema Blend, Netflix has been removing content from their library left and right in the last few months. A large portion of the reason why Netflix has removed so much of the content is to replace it with Netflix Originals. Some of the content being removed, however, is simply because Netflix doesn’t want to dish out a ton of cash to keep offering users the content.
Netflix Losing Food Network, HGTV, Travel Channel Shows at End of 2016 https://t.co/RWLvqk01aP
— Variety (@Variety) November 9, 2016
Digital Trends reports that it wasn’t Netflix who made the decision to end the contract with Scripps Network Interactive. Some are speculating this may have not been a contract Netflix wanted to lose as it means a number of shows will be pulled from the library. Netflix lost the Scripps Network Interactive contract which means pulling shows from HGTV, Food Network, Travel Channel, Cooking Channel, and DIY because the COO of the company did not feel that the content contract was as beneficial to them as it was to Netflix. The COO claims the decision not to extend the Scripps Network Interactive contract with Netflix was a strategic one.
“In the end, it really is not the kind of dual-revenue model that best monetizes our content over the long term.”
Netflix has yet to make a comment in regards to the losing the contract with Scripps Networks Interactive. Scripps Networks Interactive, however, has been adamant about the fact that they believe they are doing what is best for their company and do not believe the contract with Netflix does a good job of monetizing their content anymore. Fans of shows that air on HGTV, Food Network, Travel Channel, Cooking Channel, and DIY will just have to wait and see if Scripps Networks Interactive has any plans in regards to how viewers can get more on demand access to the content.
— Food & Wine (@foodandwine) November 12, 2016
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How Long Do Netflix Users Have Before Netflix Loses These Shows?
Per the contract with Scripps Network Interactive, Netflix loses all of the shows from HGTV, Food Network, Travel Channel, Cooking Channel, and DIY at the end of the year. This means Netflix subscribers who want to watch content owned by Scripps Network Interactive have roughly seven weeks to do so.
If you still aren’t sure which shows Netflix will be losing, you can find a complete list of all of the networks and shows currently in the Netflix library thanks to the Scripps Network Interactive content contract that is set to expire at the end of the year.
HGTV and Food Network Shows are Leaving Netflix For Good – … for you. Television shows from HGTV, Food Network,… https://t.co/hYzm7tsnlr
— Janet and Thomas (@JanetandThomas) November 12, 2016
- Extreme Homes Collection
- Fixer Upper
- Flip or Flop
- Genevieve’s Renovation
- Half-Price Paradise
- House Hunters Collection
- House Hunters International Collection
- House Hunters International Renovation
- House Hunters Renovation Collection
- Lakefront Bargain Hunt
- Love It or List It, Too
- Million Dollar Rooms Collection
- Property Brothers
- Property Brothers at Home
- Small Space Big Style
- Texas Flip and Move
- Tiny House Builders
- Tiny House Hunters
- You Live in What?
— Priscilla Hetrick (@PriscillaHetric) November 8, 2016
- Bite This with Nadia G
- Man Fire Food
- Pizza Masters
- Rev Run’s Sunday Suppers
- Taco Trip
- Kitchen Crashers
- Man Caves
- Rev Run’s Renovation
- Salvage Dawgs
- Booze Traveler
- Expedition Unknown
- Extreme Vacation
- Homes Ghost Adventures Collection
- The Layover Man v. Food Collection
- Mega Mansions
- Monumental Mysteries Collection
- Mysteries at the Museum Collection
- Underground BBQ Challenge
- Ace of Cakes Collection
- Beat Bobby Flay
- Chopped Collection
- Cupcake Wars Collection
- Cutthroat Kitchen
- Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Collection
- Duff Till Dawn
- Food Network Star
- Gaida at Home
- Good Eats Collection
- The Great Food Truck Race
- Guy’s Grocery Games
- Iron Chef America Collection
- Kids Baking Championship
- Mystery Diners
- Worst Cooks in America
One of the shows Netflix users appear to be having the most difficult time saying goodbye to is Fixer Upper via HGTV. This series features Waco, Texas couple Chip and Joanna Gaines.
— TheStreet (@TheStreet) November 8, 2016
How do you feel about the contract between Scripps Network Interactive and Netflix not being renewed? Will you be binging through any of these shows before Netflix loses them? Share your thoughts on shows from HGTV, Food Network, Travel Channel, Cooking Channel, and DIY being removed from Netflix at the end of the year in the comments below.