Thursday, December 1

All the Netflix movies and shows you can’t watch with the ad-supported plan | Digital Trends Spanish

Netflix is finally implementing a level with advertising. This new tier, which costs $7 a month, is designed to curb concerns that the streamer’s ad-free version was too expensive. It first launched on November 3, and now that it’s available, many potential subscribers are curious about all the ways it’s different from the long-running ad-free version of the service. The main difference, obviously, is that all content has ads. Almost as important, though, is everything that isn’t currently available in the ad-free version.

A complete list of these titles has not yet been published, but according to a reading of Variety and other information available, it appears that there are quite a few high-profile TV shows and movies that will not be available in the ad-supported tier. Some estimates suggest that up to 10% of existing Netflix content will not be available in the ad-supported tier, though Netflix has said they expect that number to drop as the new tier becomes more established. A “limited number of movies and TV shows will be unavailable due to licensing restrictions, and we’re going to work to reduce that over time,” Netflix COO Greg Peters explained. Without further ado, here is the list we know of so far:

TV programs:

Arrested Development
House of Cards
Peaky Blinders
the Magicians
the Last Kingdom
the Sinner
Good Girls
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous
She-Ra and the Princess of Power
All Hail King Julien
Dawn of the Croods
The Good Place

Knight Rider
Queen of the South
friday night lights
Ash vs. Evil Dead
Wynonna Earp
Stargate: SG1
Van Helsing


Man on a Ledge
Robin Hood
Steve Jobs
The Butler
sky fall
Royal Casino
Vampires vs. The Bronx
Pineapple Express
The Zookeeper’s Wife
Nocturnal Animals
Sorry to Bother You
A Knight’s Tale
Hell or High Water
The Hurt Locker
If Beale Street Could Talk
Won’t You Be My Neighbor
Crimson Peak
It Follows
The Green Inferno
resident Evil
Resident Evil: Retribution
Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
Quantum of Solace
28 days
Dark House
Made of Honor
The Imitation Game
SE busca
blue jasmine
A Monster Calls
song 2
road House
The mist
A Good Old Fashioned Orgy
Phantom Thread
The Hateful Eight
The Bad Guys

There are far more movies than shows excluded from the ad-supported tier, which is probably because a larger portion of Netflix’s TV shows are originals, while they still have a pretty healthy library of movies that were produced by other studios. This movie list features three of Daniel Craig’s James Bond movies, several Oscar nominees and winners, and several other recent titles that are likely to be considered classics in the near future.

There are also quite a few horror and action titles that are not available in the ad-supported level. Like Netflix in general, most of the movies that won’t be in the ad-supported tier lean more recently, and it still leaves plenty of worth-watching movies on the platform. Since this new tier is 50% cheaper than the ad-free tier, it may be worth sacrificing some titles.

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