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My wife and I started watching Dawson's Creek about a month ago on Netflix. Sometimes we watch horribly cheesy TV shows.

Everything was going great, ridiculously verbose adults teenagers in the small East Coast town of Capeside. When suddenly, a shocking notifier shows up in the bottom left of the episode selection screen.

"Available until Sept. 20"

How could Netflix do this to us? To me? I don't know what I'm going to do now. I'm certainly not spending the money on buying Dawson's Creek on DVD, but I don't have another option that I can see (that's within the law).

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My questions are: Has Netflix/Hulu/Crunchyroll (or any other streaming site) yanked anything that you've been in the middle of watching? Was there at least another legitimate option available for you at the time? How angry were you?

If you don't want to talk about this, then feel free to talk about anything else!