Sad news for all TV bingers out there — all 12 seasons of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will no longer be available on Netflix beginning Dec. 8. This is the latest removal of popular, binge-worthy series leaving Netflix such as 30 Rock and How I Met Your Mother.
Elite Daily reported that the removal of the series is part of “a larger transition between Netflix and Always Sunny’s distributor 20th Century Fox — the two companies have been cutting ties recently, which has led to 20th Century Fox pulling its shows from Netflix.”
While fans are feeling disappointed that the series will be leaving the streaming service, the good news is there’s still a month to catch up. Despite that, It’s Always Sunny fans took to Twitter to express their disappointment and are even considering deleting their Netflix accounts.
It's always sunny is coming off Netflix so I guess that's me cancelling my account next month. pic.twitter.com/ip8MlCNYZa
— Lesley Walkden ???? (@Leslehw) November 3, 2017
not to be dramatic but i truly don’t know what im gon do with my self worth when its always sunny gets taken off netflix
— hailey (@charilekelly) November 5, 2017
I seriously just use Netflix as an always sunny machine, im not being dramatic when I say without this show I see no reason to keep paying https://t.co/PJh4t48HqN
— matt hollow (@mattholw) November 4, 2017
Not all hope is lost though. It’s Always Sunny will be moving over to Hulu, which has made itself known as Netflix’s biggest competitor after being the first streaming service to win a best series award at the Emmy’s with Hulu original The Handmaid’s Tale. Hulu has also landed the streaming rights to popular shows that have left Netflix like 30 Rock and How I Met Your Mother.
If you have cable, It’s Always Sunny is also available to stream on Viceland — just log in with your cable or satellite provider.
But for now Netflix users, you have until Dec. 8! So start binging.