As October approaches, Netflix users are looking at a fall without one of the streaming service's most beloved offerings: Tina Fey's 30 Rock.
The NBC comedy is one show on a list of several popular offerings that could be removed from Netflix next month, including Friday Night Lights (based on former Inquirer writer Buzz Bissinger's book of the same name), Malcolm in the Middle, and One Tree Hill, according to blog What's On Netflix.
As the site reports, warnings of removal begin showing on affected shows about 30 days before their removal date, which What's On Netflix then catalogues. Netflix could renew the shows' contracts to keep them streaming, and the service has not yet released an official list of titles to be terminated.
However, as Elite Daily notes, renewal doesn't seem likely, with Netflix lately focusing on the development of original programming. The service, after all, is behind some of the most popular television shows going, including House of Cards, Orange Is the New Black, and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt — another project from Upper Darby's Fey.
So, with that in mind, feel free to binge away the next couple of weeks on your favorite shows. After all, many of the shows have been streaming on Netflix for years, including 30 Rock, which has been available on the service since 2011, according to streaming search site Instant Watcher.
The full list shows marked as leaving Netflix next month, as reported by What's On Netflix, is below: